What are The Schubertiades?


The Schubertiades are evenings born in the nineteenth century where musicians gave homage to their favorite composer Franz Schubert by playing his masterpieces.

Schubert himself was often present. At a certain point these informal concerts took on a sense of being larger than life where poets and writers also came to recite their compositions. The Schubertiades represented this sharing of artistic expression and of one’s self in a warm, inviting atmosphere, which is what has inspired the Schubertiades conservatory of music.

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