Klanglichter connects tradition and innovation presenting classical chamber music concerts in the unique atmosphere of an old industrial building.
Since its beginning in 2015 Klanglichter stands for valuing, maintaining and passing on the big classical tradition in a modern venue, it takes place on an unusual stage and often combines music with other arts, like literature or dance. These elements attract a new kind of public, classical music lovers and experts are sitting next to newcomers to the musical experience. The intensity of live concerts is our priority, following Schumann’s inspiration „In every time there is a secret legacy of related souls. Close the circle tight, you that belong together, so that the truth of art can shine always brighter, spreading joy and blessing“.
Klanglichter combines individual identities and artistic visions; the programmes arise from the strong conviction of the participating artists to be able to constructively shape society through music, because in music we find realisation, communication and connection to other people, but also dreams, hope and consolation.
The edition 2023 is a kaleidoscope of music and literature, strings, winds, and piano playing compositions that go from Mozart's Quartets through Selby's solo flute to Piazzolla's tangos, accompanied by the story of Georg Büchners "Lenz".