PUTBUS FESTIVAL 2024
09.05. - 20.05.2024
CLASSIC MUSIC AND YOUNG ARTISTS
Box Office opening times: Tuesday to Friday 10 am - 1pm and 4 pm - 6 pm
On performance days the Box Office will open one hour prior to the performance starting.
Telephone orders: 038 301 - 80 83 30. Tickets can also be ordered at all authorised booking agents in Germany and at eventim.de.
Theater Vorpommern GmbHTheater Putbus Markt 13, 18581 Putbus
Book a package and save! When booking three or more events (dinner excluding), you receive a 20% discount from a normal price (only box offices of the Vorpommern Theatre).
Free return by TheatreBus or Theatereaxi: After the shows TheatreBus or TheatreTaxi returns guests via Binz to Göhren, to Bergen and Sassnitz. Please note! If you want to use this service please sign up BEFORE the show at the Box office.
Theater Putbus, Markt 13, 18581 Putbus
Stage Goor on the beach behind the bath house
Monday, May 20, 2024
Vorpommern Philharmonic Orchestra
At the end of the PUTBUS FESTIVAL, the Vorpommern Philharmonic Orchestra offers a promenade concert “Under the Italian Sun”, an entertaining Italanita with the ensemble’s soloists.
The Vorpommern Philharmonic Orchestra was created in 1994 through the merger of the orchestras from the Greifswald and Stralsund theaters and has been shaping musical life in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania ever since.
As the Theater Vorpommern orchestra, it is an essential part of musical theater and ballet. The repertoire includes opera, operetta and musicals.
As a concert orchestra, it performs nine Philharmonic concerts and numerous special concerts every season. In order to give children and young people access to music, musicians visit schools as “mobile orchestras”, students come to concert rehearsals and joint projects are created with schools. In addition, members of the orchestra perform in various chamber music events.
As part of cooperation projects with the Stettin Opera Orchestra (Poland) and the Neubrandenburg Philharmonic, large-scale choral and orchestral works are regularly performed.
From 2012 to 2017, General Music Director Golo Berg led the Philharmonic Orchestra. His successor since the 2017/18 season has been Florian Csizmadia. Highlights of previous seasons have included a series of performances of Britten's “War Requiem” with performances in Greifswald, Stettin, Klaipėda (Lithuania) and the Berlin Cathedral, as well as a performance of the Verdi Requiem. In recent years, Ludwig van Beethoven's and Jean Sibelius' symphonies have been performed cyclically on the Philharmonic Concerts program. Recently there has been a focus on increased engagement with baroque repertoire.