At the Attersee

Great art neither concerns itself with the fashionable nor desires to be „up to date“. Instead, it embraces the „philosophical now“, so in reality it is timeless
Franz Welser-Möst

The Cleveland Orchestra, perhaps the finest in America, has had its music director, Franz Welser-Möst, for nearly 20 years now. He’s plainly guided its style and artistic choices, and yet it has stubbornly, inspiringly declined to be defined by him. This orchestra and conductor seem truly like colleagues. – The New York Times

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Gurnemanz, Parsifal