Saturday, 26 November 2022, 5 p.m.

Romantic Music for Piano Trio

Artist-in-residence Concert

Trio Radiant
Saturday, 19 November 2022, 5 p.m.

Bernhard Romberg & Ferdinand Ries »On Tour«

Artist-in-residence Concert

Artem Belogurov, Fortepiano Brodmann · Victor Garcia, Violoncello
Saturday, 27 August 2022, 7 p.m.

The Purple Sea Pink and the Nightingale

E.T.A. Hoffmann Festival

Alon Sariel, historical mandolin · Javier Aguilar Bruno, violine · Francesca Venturi Ferriolo, viola · Verena Spies, cello · Andreas Ulich, actor
Friday, 26 August 2022, 7 p.m.

Kreisler's Poetic Music Salon

E.T.A. Hoffmann Festival

Alon Sariel, historical mandolin · Javier Aguilar Bruno, violine · Francesca Venturi Ferriolo, viola · Verena Spies, cello · Andreas Ulich, actor
Sunday, 21 August 2022, 4 p.m.


A musical story for children and of course also for grown-ups

Dragged here by Eduard Resatsch (music) and Andreas Ulich (text)
Sunday, 17 July 2022, 5 p.m.

Summer Serenade

Baroque Garden Festival

Diogenes Quartett
Saturday, 16 July 2022, 7 p.m.

Two Colours I Два кольори

Baroque Garden Festival

Ukrainian Ensemble Schloss Weißenbrunn with guests
Sun 8 August 2021, 4 p.m.


Children's songs for listening and singing along

Sabine Lutzenberger, mezzosoprano · Franz Vitzthum, altus · Reinhild Waldek, harp
Sat 7 August 2021, 7 p.m.


17th century love songs and instrumental music

Sabine Lutzenberger, mezzosoprano · Franz Vitzthum, altus · Reinhild Waldek, harp
Sun 18 July 2021, 4 p.m.


A concert for the entire family

Sat 17 July 2021, 7 p.m.


9 musicians from 7 nations playing 16 instruments

Fri 16 July 2021, 7 p.m.


For the 450th anniversary of the birth of Michael Praetorius, with music by the »birthday boy« and by John Dowland


Zink und stiller Zink, Violone und Lirone, Theorbe, Laute und Gesang webten ein bezauberndes Klangbild.

Sat 25 & Sun 26 January 2020, 5 p.m.

»How I would like to see …«

Settings by Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Lutz and others

Georg Poplutz, tenor · Rudolf Lutz, fortepiano

»Rudolf Lutz and Georg Poplutz brought the Romantic period to life in the music salon … Wonderful Lieder, full of emotion, thoughtful, dramatic, dynamic, alternating between pain and delight, ideally presented by the evening’s musicians … A complete work of art comprising music and culinary arts… «
Neue Coburger Presse, 27. 1. 2020

Sat 16 & Sun 17 November 2019, 5 p.m.


Unusually unusual sounds ...

Elisabeth Seitz, salterio · Johanna Seitz, harp

»Come join the crowd, play harp and psaltery loud!” This could have been written on the poster for the two concerts. For the crowd did indeed come in droves, at least as far as the castle’s music salon could hold them. And psaltery and harp were playing out loud … The two sisters, Elisabeth and Johanna Seitz, touring festivals and concerts throughout Europe as the ›Duo33zwo‹, had brought salterio and Italian triple harp for a small, but most exquisite concert.«
Fränkischer Tag, Bamberg, 21. 11. 2019

»Right from the first note, the audience in the sold-out music salon was transported to a universe of sound which made them forget everything around them. While the triple harp wove a delicate carpet of sounds, the psaltery enhanced it, and together they soared high. It was a heavenly pleasure to listen to the angels’ favourite instruments in such perfect harmony.«
Neue Coburger Presse, 19. 11. 2019

Sat 26 & Sun 27 October 2019, 5 p.m.


Music for voice and piano

Franz Vitzthum, countertenor · Katharina O. Brand, fortepiano

»A Blüthner piano from 1882, a fortepiano which is just under 100 years older, a pianist who in her play is a competent master of both instruments, plus a countertenor of the first order, who together present Lieder of the classical and Romantic periods. A superb cocktail served in the nearly sold-out music salon of Schloss Weißenbrunn, the likes of which Ebern probably hasn’t seen before.«
Neue Coburger Presse, 28. 10. 2019

Sat 29 June 2019, from 2pm


A feast in the Baroque garden and on the castle courtyard

Music dance · children's theatre · food & drink

»Early Music presented by renowned singers and musicians enchanted the visitors to the ‘White Nights’ … marking a milestone towards Praetorius’ goal of shaping the castle and its surroundings in Weißenbrunn into a centre for Early Music and a meeting place for musicians from at home and abroad. … A sumptuous feast for all senses: with music, dance, theatre and culinary delights.«
Neue Coburger Presse, 2. 7. 2019

Fri 8 & Sat 9 March 2019, 4 p.m.


Children's theatre (4 and over) · A musical fairy tale of the Paraguay Guarani

Benjamin Harlan, puppeteer · Jörg Hilbert, narrator, guitar/lute · Josué Meléndez, cornet, Jarana (Mexican guitar), voice · Mónica Waisman, violin · Nora Hansen, dulcian, recorders

»If you want to convince children, you have to be brilliant without any compromises. And the group presenting a new children’s play in Schloss Weißenbrunn for audiences between 4 and 94 did just that. All spectators, from preschool kids to grannie, were as quiet as mice during the performance and listened attentively, whenever they did not have to join in the singing, and were enthusiastic afterwards.«
Fränkischer Tag, Bamberg, 14. 3. 2019

Sat 23 & Sun 24 February 2019, 5 p.m.


Music by Ludwig van Beethoven and Fanny Hensel

Els Biesemans, historical keyboard instruments of the Music Salon

»Her readiness to take risks seems to pay off. Last year, church musician and cantor, Pia Praetorius handed in her notice at St. Egidien in Nuremberg after nearly 20 years as cantor and concert organiser, and together with her husband bought the little castle of Weißenbrunn in the solitude just behind Ebern. They have developed it into a small, but excellent music centre. Recently, Pia Praetorius managed to win Els Biesemanns for two concerts in the castle’s music salon … Els Biesemans is one of the truly great pianists who travel the world for concerts. In Weißenbrunn … she took the audience on a highly exciting little tour of the history of the sound and development of keyboard instruments, playing on the two historical instruments available in the salon.«
Fränkischer Tag, Bamberg, 28. 2. 2019

Sat 2 & Sun 3 February 2019, 5 p.m.


Welsh harp virtuosos in Handel's London

Maximilian Ehrhardt, historic harps
Fri 28 & Sat 29 December 2018, 5 p.m.


Music at Italian courts and in Italian palaces

Margit Übelacker, salterio · Jürgen Banholzer, chest organ and spinet

»High level delight for the audience’s ears. The stars of the evening: two high-class musicians and their instruments.«
Neue Coburger Presse, 31. 12. 2018

Sat, 17 & Sun, 18 November 2018, 5 p.m.

Opening concert followed by a reception

Music by Haydn and his contemporaries 

Julla von Landsberg, soprano · Christian Prade, Baroque flute · Sylvia Ackermann, historical pianos of the music salon

»Great music in the small salon. The music salon has passed its baptism of fire with flying colours.«
Neue Coburger Presse, 20. 11. 2018