100 Years of the Salzburg Festival on ARTE

Author: ARTE G.E.I.E.

AUG 2020: ARTE is celebrating 100 years of the Salzburg Festival: In addition to the anniversary highlights on TV, ARTE Concert is offering one online stream per day.

  • The Salzburg Festival on ARTE | Copyright: © Tourismus Salzburg

    The Salzburg Festival on ARTE © Tourismus Salzburg

  • Tobias Moretti and Peter Lohmeyer in Sturminger’s | Copyright: © Matthias Horn

    Tobias Moretti and Peter Lohmeyer in Sturminger’s © Matthias Horn

From 1-30 August 2020, ARTE will accompany the 100th Salzburg Festival with a daily “digital rendezvous” on ARTE Concert. Every evening at 20:30, viewers can look forward to streamings of the 2020 anniversary edition of the Salzburg Festival online at:

Furthermore, ARTE also regales their classical music enthusiasts on TV: Documentaries and highlights from past festivals will be on the programme throughout August, as well as the highlights of this year’s festival – including Christof Loy's production of Mozart's "Così fan tutte" with Joana Mallwitz conducting and starring Elsa Dreisig, Marianne Crebassa and Andrè Schuen, as well as Krzysztof Warlikowski’s production of Richard Strauss’ opera “Elektra” and the complete cycle of Beethoven’s piano sonatas by Igor Levit.



DVD + Blu-Ray: Bernard Haitink – Farewell Concert at Salzburg

C Major Entertainment

“No more Bruckner under Haitink, that’s a cut in the history of interpretation.” – Wiener Zeitung.

DVD: Don Pasquale starring Edita Gruberova

NAXOS Audiovisual Division

Donizetti’s Don Pasquale by the Vienna State Opera on tour through Austria (1977) featuring Edita Gruberova and Luigi Alva at the height of their powers.

DVD: Itzhak Perlman Anniversary Box

EuroArts Music International

In celebration of Perlman’s 75th birthday this 6 DVD box set highlights important landmarks in his career with both the Berliner Philharmoniker and the IPO.

Lucerne Festival live on ARTE Concert


On 14 and 15 August, ARTE Concert will broadcast two concerts live from the Lucerne Festival, including Beethoven’s 2nd and 3rd Symphony.


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