The Immling Festival publishes its program for the 2024 season and celebrates under the motto “mitmenschlich”.

Music touches people, builds bridges with rhythms and onomatopoeia and transcends borders, regardless of language, age or origin. In times of crisis and war, the Immling Festival 2024 focuses on the power of music to promote humanity. Music is and makes “human”. Amidst the natural wonders of the Chiemgau Alpine idyll, all friends of music and theater are invited to leave everyday life behind. Good conversation, culinary delights and beautiful sunsets accompanied by high-quality music and culture make a visit to the festival an unforgettable experience.

Aida. Romeo and Juliet. The Threepenny Opera. Three in-house opera productions are available
choice – opera lovers should not miss any of them. In keeping with the motto, the protagonists of the works must practice humanity and fight inhumanity with strength of character. And they do this in all interpersonal tones
and variations, colorful and highly passionate. Whether the Ethiopian king’s daughter Aida, enslaved at the Egyptian court, who only found her destiny out of love when she died, the desperate lovers Romeo and Juliet or Mackie Messer, who is saved from execution by his friend: The Immling Festival is a great human experience.

Gustav Mahler’s 5th Symphony as the musical highlight of the 2024 festival summer is a perfect fit
thematically perfectly into the program. With the means of music, Mahler created a world of his own that reflects everything that is human and that needs no words to be understood. Conductor Cornelia von Kerssenbrock and the Immling Festival Orchestra will perform Mahler’s
Bringing moments of human emotion to life. Twenty years later, George Gershwin described a similar world in his works, and the Immling Festival is taking this as an opportunity to present his Rhapsody in Blue and An American in Paris at a concert evening with
Mahler together.

Immling Academy: Children’s opera & musical
The Immling Academy presents a children’s opera and “Fame” – the musical. The Barber of Seville delights young viewers with amusing entanglements, while “Fame” illuminates the path to fame and glory in an entertaining way.