Alexander Lonquich - Schubert

June 1st 2023 – 9.45 am
Palazzo Castiglioni, Giardino

Alexander Lonquich - Schubert

June 1st 2023 – 9.00 pm
Palazzo Ducale, Galleria degli Specchi

Tommaso Lonquich, Suyeon Kang, Alexander Lonquich - Milhaud, Stravinsky

June 2nd 2023 – 11.00 am
Teatro Bibiena

Alexander Lonquich - Bach, Schumann, Liszt, Schönberg

June 2nd 2023 – 4.15 pm
Palazzo Vescovile, Salone degli Arazzi

Irena Kavčič, Massimiliano Salmi, Tommaso Lonquich, Andrea Bressan, Stefano Rossi, Alexander Lonquich - Ligeti, Poulenc

June 3rd 2023 – 11.00 am
Teatro Bibiena

Barnabás Kelemen, Nicolas Altstaedt, Alexander Lonquich - Brahms

June 4th 2023 – 11.00 am
Teatro Bibiena

Barnabás Kelemen, Lawrence Power, Nicolas Altstaedt, Alexander Lonquich - Schumann

June 4th 2023 – 2.00 pm
Palazzo Vescovile, Salone degli Arazzi

Orchestra da Camera di Mantova, Alexander Lonquich - Mozart

4th June 2023 – 9.30 pm
Piazza Santa Barbara

alexander lonquich

photo Ivan Urban Gobbo

Born in Germany, Alexander Lonquich established himself on the international music scene by winning the Casagrande Competition in Terni in 1977. He has collaborated with directors such as Claudio Abbado, Kurt Sanderling, Ton Koopman, Emmanuel Krivine, Heinz Holliger, Marc Minkowski. As conductor and soloist he performs regularly with Camerata Salzburg, Royal Philharmonic, Deutsche Kammerphilarmonie, Mahler Chamber, Filarmonica della Scala and Mantua Chamber Orchestra.
“Artist in Residence” at the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester, he collaborates as conductor-soloist with the National Academy of Santa Cecilia and is principal conductor of the Orchestra of the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza.
In the field of chamber music, he has collaborated with Nicolas Altstaedt, Vilde Frang, Joshua Bell, Steven Isserlis, Isabelle Faust, Carolin Widmann, Jörg Widmann, Heinz Holliger, Frank Peter Zimmermann.
He has received numerous awards from international critics such as the “Diapason d’Or”, the “Abbiati Prize” and the “Edison Prize” in Holland.
In piano duo with his wife Cristina Barbuti he has performed in Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Norway and the USA.
His didactic activity is intense in Europe, the United States and Australia. He has collaborated with the Piano Academy of Imola, the Accademia Musicale Chigiana and the Hochschule für Musik of Cologne.
In 2013 he created Kantoratelier, a small theatrical space where psychology, music and theater are deepened thanks to workshops, seminars and concerts.