The previous concerts

  • Denkgesang und Liebeskummer

    Konzertgenuss auf hohem Niveau: Das Berliner Tilia-Quartett begeisterte mit Werken von Mendelssohn und Beethoven in der Tambacher Schlosskirche. (Von Gisela M. Paul) Tambach – Das zweite Konzert der im Sommer 2019 gegründeten HIMS-Akademie auf Schloss Hafenpreppach konnte nun im kühlen Spätherbst natürlich nicht mehr open air stattfinden. Da der Umbau der Orangerie zum Konzertsaal am Schloss gerade erst in die letzte Baugenehmigungsphase eintritt, suchte und fand man adäquaten „Ersatz“ in der Tambacher Schlosskirche, was Graf zu Ortenburg möglich gemacht hatte...

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  • Fränkischer Tag, 3.9.2019

    An idyll in a small village in the district of Haßberge. An idyll that invites you to fill it with culture, and it will be so in the future. The HIMS Academy, behind which the castle owners Henrik Stein and Ismail Mukadam are hiding, wants to transform Schloss Hafenpreppach (community of Maroldsweisach) into a place of art, culture and intercultural encounter. The concert with the meaningful title "Classic makes happy - MostlyMozart" and the wind octet of the Staatskapelle Berlin was the prelude on Sunday...

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  • Neue Presse Coburg, 3.9. 2019

    The wind octet of the Staatskapelle Berlin gave a guest performance on 1 September 2019 at the opening of the concert series and as the musical laying of the foundation stone for the Orangery of Hafenpreppach Castle. Henrik Stein, owner of Hafenpreppach Castle for three years, set an exclamation mark in his courtyard right at the first "event" of the HIMS Academy, which was only founded in July 2019: After all, he invited musicians from the Staatskapelle Berlin to open his new concert series. And what could be more suitable for an open-air event than a wind ensemble...

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