ABOUT THE PROJECT
A unique project known as Chamber Music Connects the World takes place in Kronberg in Germany once every two years, where outstanding young musicians have the possibility to join forces with world-famous artists Gidon Kremer, Christian Tetzlaff, Steven Isserlis, and Sir András Schiff to spend 10 days making chamber music together. An intensive period of rehearsals in ensembles made up of different players is followed by several concerts.
The gap between the different generations of musicians is thus bridged and views and ideas can flow freely in both directions.
Chamber Music Connects the World was established in cooperation with the Crespo Foundation.