Klassiske Dage goes global

This year’s festival reaches out for audiences around the world

Klassiske Dage – Holstebro International Music Festival could reach audiences all over the world this year.
Besides live concerts in Holstebro, Ulfborg and Viborg, two concerts will be broadcast via the national
Danish Broadcasting Company (“Danmarks Radio”). The festival also welcomes German broadcaster
Deutsche Welle which reaches 15 million viewers around the world.

Live streaming of masterclasses

Host: Sarah Willis, Hornist at the Berlin Philharmonics and tv host at Deutsche Welle, assisted by Jakob
Bernstorff, techinician at the Berlin Philharmonic Digital Concerthall
Thursday 28th September at 13.00-14.15 CET (Central European Time = GMT+2)
The Danish String Quartet teaches a class of young Danish conservatorie (university level) students.
Thursday 28th September at 15.00-16.45 CET (Central European Time = GMT+2)
Håkan Hardenberger teaches a class of talented trumpet students of The Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus.
Masterclass headed by Professor Kristian Steenstrup
Free admittance if you would like to watch the masterclasses live at Orkestersalen, Holstebro Musikskole,
Bisgaard Mark 16, 7500 Holstebro. Or view the masterclasses online via links posted at
www.klassiskedage.dk

Radio broadcast

Danmarks Radio P2 (Danish national broadcasting company) will record two concerts at Klassiske Dage
Thursday and Friday.
Thursday’s opening concert (chamber music concert) is scheduled for broadcast on DR P2 October 2 nd at
19.20 CET (GMT+2)
Friday’s concert is scheduled for broadcast on DR P2 October 4 th at 19.20 CET (GMT+2)
After the live broadcast, you can hear the concerts (again) via the Danmarks Radio digital services via apps
or the website www.dr.dk.
Read about the concerts here

Deutsche Welle records show in Holstebro

Tv broadcasting company Deutsche Welle which broadcasts via satellite and cable to German speaking
viewers all over the world will be present in Holstebro during the Klassiske Dage festival. The tv recordings
are parts of a show featuring The Danish String String Quartet.
The tv crew will record interviews and music events Thursday and Friday. The edited show is scheduled for
broadcast during October.
Klassiske Dage will share links for available broadcasts via the Klassiske Dage website and Facebook page as
soon as shows are available.