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Martin Herzberg
POSTPONED to Feb. 12, 2021!

Solitair Mozarteum University

10/27/2020 7:00 PM h

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  • Martin Herzberg (pianist)


Dear piano lovers, Unfortunately the concerts of Martin Herzberg's Stars Tour in Austria and Switzerland have to be postponed to next year. Due to the current situation and the unpredictability in the near future there is no other way to guarantee a wonderful and safe evening with Martin Herzberg's music. Therefore, with a heavy heart, we have decided together with Martin to move the dates into next year. Since we had to change the location in Salzburg, already bought tickets have to be returned here and bought again. Unfortunately this is not possible any other way. We would like to apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to next year!
After completely sold-out tours in 2019, the time has come again in May 2020: Martin Herzberg is going on a major tour of Germany with his moving piano pieces. Together with his ensemble, which takes his music to even more spheres and lets completely new worlds sound. The cellist Stephanie John, who will accompany Martin on selected solo dates, will also be part of the ensemble. 
In addition to works from the new album Stars, which will be released in March 2020, you can enjoy the most beautiful and most famous melodies from the Herzberg cosmos. An unforgettable evening to dream and enjoy. 
Martin Herzberg was influenced by composers such as Ludovico Einaudi or Yann Tiersen, who were able to enthuse a wide audience for this special kind of piano music with their film music for "Ziemlich Beste Freunde" and "Die Fabelhafte Welt der Amelie". Martin creates his very own touch by fusing moving piano New Classic with catchy emotional motifs. German singing with self-written texts expands his piano repertoire. However, Herzberg's music does not need a film to be touching. It sounds like the soundtrack to his own life.