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Zermatt Music Festival & Academy from Fri, 11. September 2015 – Sun, 20. September 2015

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From string quartets to symphonies, the two-week series of concerts in the Zermatt churches and hotels offers a programme rich in contrast. For unforgettable remembrances, the soloists and ensembles of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (the Sharoun Ensemble, among others) as well as an academy of young music talents, whose concerts and rehearsals can be visited at no charge. The Zermatt Music Festival Academy is one of the few chamber music academies in Europe and the participation is an accolade for its highly talented music students from around the world.

Ticket prices vary depending on the category in the Pfarrkirche:
Category 1 CHF 90.00 / Category 2 CHF 60.- / Category 3 CHF 30.-

Tickets for the concerts in the Riffelalp Chapel are CHF 50.00

Tickets can be booked online or at the following places in Zermatt:

Zermatt Tourism, Bahnhofplatz 5
MO – SA, 8:30 am – noon / 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm
SU, 9:30 am – noon / 4 pm – 6 pm

Credit Suisse, Bahnhofstr. 57
MO – FR 9 am – noon / 2 pm – 5:30 pm

Tickets can also be purchased by telephone:
+41 (0)27 967 30 88, MO – FR 9 am – 5 pm

For more information look at :
www.zermattfestival.com

150 years first ascent of the Matterhorn 2015

On 14 July 1865, the british climber Edward Whymper reached the peak of the Matterhorn (4,478 metres) together with his rope team. 150 years later, the Matterhorn still stamps its imprint on the village at its base. In 2015, Zermatt will celebrate the mountain and the alpine tradition with events, experiences, festivities and special offers. The main player on this stage, besides the Matterhorn, is the Hörnlihütte, which will reopen in july 2015, as well as many other happenings.Freilichtspiele-Zermatt_grid_624x350