Digital Festival 2020
May is and remains Handel time!
We would have liked to celebrate our centenary with you in the next few days. But since this is not possible, we’ve put together a programme with our great artists. We want to give you, our audience, at least a little consolation to shorten the waiting time until next year, when we will all hopefully see each other again in good health.
Artists of this year's Festival have recorded short musical contributions at home or opened their archives for you. Tobias Wolff has made digital appointments with interesting conversation partners for some talks. From 20 May to 1 June 2020, we presented an artistic contribution in the morning and entertaining discussions in the evening, supplemented by a few specials, including the virtual lecture by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Sandberger.
Are you looking for a specific video to watch? The original schedule shows you at a glance what was on and when and takes you straight to the individual articles.
All videos at a glance
Gala concert Sarah Connolly 2015 at arte.tv
Enjoy the gala concert with
Sarah Connolly from 2015 once again.
Dernière with the FOG
At the end of the Digital Festival, Handel’s “Air” from Water Music.
FestspielOrchester Göttingen Talk
Our last Handel Talk with orchestra musicians on the final day of the Digital Festival.
The artistic director of the festival with an aria from Handel’s 3rd act of the opera
The former artistic director (1991 to 2011) in conversation with Tobias Wolff
by Nicholas McGegan
Day two of the
“artistic director” trilogy with
Three generations of artistic directors - also at the Digital Festival
”Handel and us“?
This year Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Sandberger has published his Festival lecture on the net
and Thomas Gould
The soprano sings “Vola láugello del caro nido” from Sosarme (HWV 30)
Instead of two festival stages, the baritone is a guest at the Digital Festival
Improvisation was on the festival calendar - even if only for one event
Tobias Wolff in conversation with the Göttingen Butoh dancer and choreographer
An aria from the unusual programme gives an insight into the project
Handel Talk: Clemens Birnbaum, Halle
Tobias Wolff talks to the Director of the Halle Handel Festival
From the FOG:
The baroque cellist plays the Prelude of the 1st Bach Suite for cello solo BWV 1007
In bed with ...
Tobias Wolff chatting with the actor of Valentinian from “EZIO: Game of Rome”
Handel Talk Special:
A digital Handel Talk special with the owner Bremers Weinkellerei, the home of the...
Game of Rome
See for yourself what a fantastic project this youth opera, this HipHOpera is...
Handel Talk: Christian Firmbach, Oldenburg
Tobias Wolff in conversation with the Chairman of the Oldenburgisches Staatstheaters
The Glorvigen Trio and Susanna Wolff
Handel goes Tango: instead of the sheep barn now in the Digital Festival
Handel Talk: Peter Overbeck, Karlsruhe
Tobias Wolff in conversation with the Chairman of the Handel Society Karlsruhe
From the FOG: Anne Schumann
The baroque violinist plays Handel’s Violin Sonata in G minor (HWV 364a)
Handel Talk: Andrea Rechenberg
Tobias Wolff talks to the director of the Göttingen Municipal Museum.
Deidamia’s desperately angry aria “M’hai resa infelice” at the Digital...
Handel Talk: Samir Savant, London Handel Festival
Tobias Wolff talking to the
Director of the London Handel Festival
Emily Fons sings and is Ariodante
An aria from Handel’s opera sung in an unusual setting – enchantingly beautiful.
In bed with ... Anna Dennis
The popular talk format from the store window in the Corona Edition.
Bachs Toccata and Fugue in d Minor (BWV 565) with four recorders
Handel Talk: Dorian Dreher and Hsuan Huang
Tobias Wolff talking to the directing team of the Festival opera ‘Rodelinda’
Christina Gansch and Martina Fiedler
To kick off the Digital Festival on the day of the premiere, an aria from Rodelinda by Rodelinda.
Greatings from the FOG for the Digital Festival
By now, our FestspielOrchester Göttingen would have been in Göttingen for several weeks,...
Join us for the Digital Festival!
Tobias Wolff invites you to our small, but fine programm from 20 May.