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Highlights of the stay

  • Matthias Goerne recital at the Schauspielhaus in Cat 1
  • Schubert / Poulenc concert at the Kulturpalast in Cat 1
  • Monteverdi’s opera L’Orfeo at the Semperoper in Cat 1
  • A private tour on the theme of your choice
  • Your personal M&O assistant for your questions 24 hours a day

The great capital of classical music, Dresden is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, as evidenced by its inclusion on the UNESCO world heritage list. Thanks to its magnificent Zwinger Palace, its museums (one of which contains Raphael's star angels), not forgetting the Residenzschloss and Pillnitz castles and magnificent churches, cultural life is dense... As for the symbol of the city, the Semperoper , it is included on the list of the best opera halls in the world!

Thanks to the city's glorious past (which hosted Schütz, Weber, the Schumanns, Wagner, etc.), classical music can be experienced in Dresden as during this stay tailor-made for voice lovers. Matthias Goerne, the greatest recitalist in the world, will be accompanied by pianist Markus Hinterhäuser, also artistic director of the Salzburg Festival. The next day, at the Kulturpalast, superb artists (including Elsa Benoit) rub shoulders with the majestic Dresdner Kreuzchor in a magnificent Schubert and Poulenc program. To end in style, a concert by the impressive Daniel Lozakovich with Sibelius' violin concerto coupled with Dvorák's Symphony No. 8 conducted by Manfred Honeck will enhance your musical stay in the most beautiful way!

Another highlight of the stay, a private guide takes you to explore Dresden.


  • Friday May 24th, 2024: Your evening “Matthias Goerne Recital”
    Saturday May 25th, 2024: Visit & Your evening “Schubert / Poulenc Concert”
    Sunday May 26th, 2024: “ Sibelius' violin concerto 
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Friday May 24th, 2024

Arrival in Dresden & recital Matthias Goerne

  • Arrival in Dresden
  • Installation in your hotel.
  • Free day to stroll around Dresden.
  • 7:30 p.m., Matthias Goerne Recital at the Schauspielhaus in cat 1
  • Night in the hotel of your choice
Saturday May 25th, 2024

Dresden tour  & concert Schubert / Poulenc

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • In the morning, your guide will offer you a cultural tour.
  • 7:30 p.m., Schubert / Poulenc concert at the Kulturpalast in cat 1
  • Night in the hotel of your choice
Sunday May 26th, 2024

Free day &  Sibelius' violin concerto 

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Free day, optional possibility of a guided tour
  • 11:00 a.m.,  Sibelius' violin concerto  at the Kulturpalast in cat 1
  • Night in the hotel of your choice
Monday May 27th, 2024



Ausgewählte Lieder Schumann


viernes 24 mayo 2024 19:30
Matthias Goerne
Markus Hinterhäuser
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Mass No. 5 Schubert / Gloria - Poulenc


sábado 25 mayo 2024 19:30
Director de orquesta
Martin Lehmann
Elsa Benoit
Anna Lucia Richter
Patrick Grahl
Klaus Häger
Dresdner Kreuzchor
Dresdner Philharmonie
Director de orquesta
Manfred Honeck
Daniel Lozakovich
Kungliga Filharmonikerna

Guided Tours

To enhance your stay in the best possible way, we offer you a guided tour of the historic center

  • Historic Center and Museum
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Guided tour of the Zwinger “Three in a Straw”

Where once Augustus the Strong celebrated his sumptuous festivals and demonstrated all his power as Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, the museums present themselves
even their magnificence today! Walk with me along the galleries and exterior pavilions, under the eye of Hercules Saxonicus, supporting the terrestrial globe; then let's admire at the Mathematics and Physics Salon the old Persian globe, more than 700 years old, which reflects the cosmos of princes in the 16th century.

Carefully displayed are, in addition, the car distance counter and music boxes from the time of Elector Augustus as well as the burning mirror of the physicist Tschirnhaus, who made a significant contribution to the discovery of porcelain manufacturing , a luxury so coveted in 18th century Europe.

We will end this visit with the porcelain collection in the vaulted galleries of the Zwinger, formerly an orangery under Augustus the Strong, today a real showcase
orientalizing, by Meissen's first services of the three fancy drinks of coffee, tea and chocolate, in this Baroque era.

At the end of this half-hour visit to the Old Masters gallery, the famous paintings await us: La Balle Chocolatière by Jean-Etienne Liotard, the
Sistine Madonna by Raphael and Portrait of a Turk by Rosalba Carriera.

So, certainly, when you observe the porcelain cup filled with chocolate and the well-known cup of „Coppchen“ which, under Augustus the Strong, presented the Turkish drink; colloquially called... coffee, you may want to go to one of the nearby restaurants...

Music Schütz - Weber - Wagner - Strauss

Take two hours with your guide on a musical tour of Dresden, and get up close and personal with great composers such as Richard Strauss, members of the J.S. Bach family and Gottfried Silbermann, one of the finest organ builders of his time, who were on the payroll of the Saxon court! Find out why a "magic harp" was named after Richard Wagner on his 300th birthday, and why a descendant of the Strauss father-and-son dynasty composed a waltz, An der Elbe, as a tribute to their beloved Dresden.  

Your city tour on foot through the historic center leads from Theaterplatz with Semper's opera house and the Zwinger to Residence Palace, Palace of Culture, Altmarkt with the Kreuzkirche, famous for its boys' choir, and Neumarkt with the Frauenkirche.

Guided tour of the château - architecture - art - big stories and little stories

If you'd like to find out more about the Palazzo della Residenza and its striking, sgraffito-decorated great courtyard, or the Renaissance loggias and small towers of the castle's small courtyard, head for the transparent, diamond-patterned vault. Join us in this historic complex, totally destroyed in the last war and almost completely rebuilt, for a 2-hour journey through 900 years of history. Once the seat of government and residence of the Electors and Kings of Saxony, it is now a venue for various museums (unique collections from the Green Vault, the Turkish Chamber, the Riesensaal and the Parsonage Apartments and the Cabinet and Mint) to showcase their most outstanding pieces.  

Think of us as the Wettiner's state guest as you climb the beautiful Englische Treppe staircase.

Guided tour of the Albertinum - A bridge to the Modern

Named after Albert, King of Saxony, the Albertinum Museum of the New Masters (as opposed to the Old Masters) exhibits sculptures and paintings worthy of major collections. Masterpieces dating back almost five millennia await your discovery: evidence of Egyptian and Greco-Roman cultures, the classical and neoclassical periods and the artists of our time, not forgetting paintings from C.D. Friedrich to Gerhard Richter.  

The luminous, skilfully structured spaces feature a dialogue between sculptures and paintings, with works selected according to artistic period and displayed alongside those from the museum's rich holdings.

Exclusive guided tour of Semper's opera house

Follow us along the paths of the past, to the Dresden Opera House, designed by the architect Semper for one evening. From the entrance hall, through the magnificent staircase decorated with opulent arabesques and gods under its vaults, supported by splendid stucco columns and painted settings of excerpts from musical and literary works known from antiquity to the present day. Then take a seat with golden velvet cushions in the royal box and let your gaze wander over the gilded chandeliers to the "five-minute clock" crowning the stage frame.  
Then listen to the stories and anecdotes of this great house, famous composers, conductors, soloists and choreographers, and get a glimpse of the day-to-day work behind the scenes and on stage.


Townhouse Dresden

Conveniently located, the luxurious Townhouse Dresden is conveniently located next to the famous Frauenkirche church in the heart of Dresden, within walking distance of Zwinger Palace, Semperoper Opera

The 95 rooms and suites feature timeless Italian design with luxurious materials.

The hotel offers a laundry service, a fitness area and a bar, the River bar


Double Room (shared hotel room occupancy)
823 € / pers.
Single room (single hotel room occupancy)
1.206 € / pers.

Programmes and prices are subject to change made by venues and providers.Availability has to be confirmed at the time of booking.

Hyperion Hotel Dresden am Schloss 5*

This sophisticated hotel is a 1-minute walk from the Dresden Residence Palace.
The stylish, contemporary rooms come with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and a Nespresso machine. They offer views of the city, palace or courtyard.

There's an upscale Swiss/German restaurant with a landscaped courtyard, while a medieval wine cellar has a spa and fitness room. Other amenities include 2 bars, a games room, meeting rooms and a rooftop terrace.


Double Room (shared hotel room occupancy)
837 € / pers.
Single room (single hotel room occupancy)
1.332 € / pers.

Programmes and prices are subject to change made by venues and providers.Availability has to be confirmed at the time of booking.

Maritim Hotel & Internationales Dresden

A pleasant hotel and conference center with a unique location directly on the Elbe River, in the center of Dresden. Indeed, the sights of "Florence on the Elbe" with the Semper opera house, the Frauenkirche church and the Zwinger palace in Dresden can be reached on foot in a few minutes.

With their large windows, the 328 rooms of the establishment offer a view of the magnificent old town, the Elbe, the regional parliament or the modern congress center.

Amenities include a café bar, a sports bar and a restaurant with a terrace. It also has an indoor swimming pool, sauna, gym


Double Room (shared hotel room occupancy)
833 € / pers.
Single room (single hotel room occupancy)
1.177 € / pers.

Programmes and prices are subject to change made by venues and providers.Availability has to be confirmed at the time of booking.

The price includes

  • Personal Travel Assistant
  • Entries in the sites
  • Accommodation
  • Show seats
  • Excursions

The price does not include

  • Transfers
  • Assistance
  • Tips
  • Flights
  • Tax
  • Drinks and Meals

Practical information

For each country, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/conseils-aux-voyageurs) publishes travel advice sheets on its website. You will find the latest recommendations on safety, formalities and health. We strongly recommend that you consult these sources of information regularly, right up until the day before your departure.