CLASSICAL CONCERTS IN DJURS AND MOLS - Welcome to the festival from the 25th-the 28th of July 2020!
Thank you to all who took part in the 2019 edition of the festival! Those on the stage, behind the scenes, our harworking cello students and not least to the wonderful audience, who came with open ears and hearts and made the 9th festinval in Djurs and Mols a week full of music and inspiration that we could share with oneanother .
A classical music festival will - in its tenth year - at a high international level put music experience on the map. Inviting and astounding locations in National Park Mols Bjerge provide a sounding board for the exclusive concerts at the festival 'Classical concerts - in Djurs and Mols' where the audience will be provided with a unique opportunity of getting close to the music and its performers.
Welcome! The last week of July in Mols, Denmark!
Classical concerts – in Djurs and Mols is an international chamber music festival that fills the Nationalpark Mols Bjerge with music. At about 15 concerts in 7 days days, some of the leading classical musicians perform on new and different stages in the area. Experience for yourself the special magic that arises when music goes exploring in new settings.
The festival has been broadcast to all of Europe through the EBU radio collaboration. Artists such as Christian Ihle Hadland, piano, Göran Söllscher, guitar, Michala Petri, recorder, Bo Skovhus, baritone, Irene Theorin, soprano, Lars Anders Tomter, viola and Benjamin Scmid, Carolin Widmann and Karen Gomyo on violin are among the many exclusive musicans that have performed at Classical Concerts –in Djurs Mols since it started in 2011.
Thank you for yet another wonderful festival 2018. 12 sold out concerts with international musicians at different settinng in the beautifull area of Mols. Plus musical pop-up events that filled the area with classical music during the festival.
In 2017 we had the pleasure of international renowned artists such as Andreas Brantelid, cello Ellen Nisbeth, viola, Carolin Widmann, violin, Jakob Kullberg, cello, Peter Lodahl, tenor, Lukas Geniusas, piano, Sonja Richter, actor, Camerata Øresund and the Kroger string quartet, Theophile Hartz, oboe a.o.