14th Adams International Flute Festival

Welcome to the website for the 14th Adams International Flute Festival.
 
On this site you will find the activities per day. Check back to this site regularly, because there are always new events are added.
 
In the top menu, you will find several ways to navigate through the site.
The term "program" is a summary of the program per day. There you will find a "Schedule" button. If you click here you can see a schematic overview by day and time. You can click in this scheme to the program section for more information about this part and / or the teacher who takes care of this section.
 
The entire festival is free. However, if you actively participate in certain events, then a subscription for this event is required.
In that case there is a link to that specific program area. When you click on it you get to the registration form there. Here you enter the desired activity, and can, if required, also pay online. You then immediately receive a receipt and a registration confirmation. This confirmation you bring to the festival and show it to the festival secretariat. There you get a badge with your name and the events for which you are registered.
 
Have fun on this page, and we hope to welcome you during one of the three festival days!


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  • Quintessenz What happens when five flutists from Prussia, Hungary, Bavaria and the Rhineland meet in the glamorous Saxon music metro...

  • Anne-Cathérine Heinzmann Anne-Catherine Heinzmann was in recent years on numerous concert halls and international festivals and were is now one o...

  • Vanda Albota The pianist Vanda Albota was born in Romania and received her first musical education in her homeland.

  • Eyal Ein-Habar Flutist-conductor Eyal Ein-Habar, former first chair player of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (1997-2014), was born i...