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Mozart Along the Danube

28 July–4 August 2024 | Full details available in August 2023 – contact us to register your interest.

Watch the video from our 2019 festival, 'Opera in Southern Sicily', for an idea of what it is like to join a Martin Randall Festival.

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Our music festivals along the Danube have been running almost annually since 1994. The audience lives on a first-class river cruiser for the week, while concerts take place in beautiful historic buildings – palaces, country houses, monasteries, churches, theatres, halls of all sorts. For only the second time, the event is devoted to a single composer: this time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who would have known many of the venues. World-class artists, illuminating talks and a daily diet of rural landscapes and picturesque towns.

Full details will appear on this page when the festival is available to book in August 2023 – please contact us to register your interest.

'The opportunity to hear top class artists in attractive surroundings without the hassle of booking, travel and planning is worth a lot.'

'Outstanding. It would be hard to think of where else one might attend such a series of concerts of such a high standard in so short a period of time. It was a quality tour, in a beautiful part of the world, with world class concerts supported by good food and wine.'

'This was my first experience of cruising but I hope not my last. The ship was comfortable and the crew provided good service. The food was excellent.'

'One of the best organised holidays in my experience; superb attention to detail, very good lecturers, excellent musicians. A world class experience.'

'The music was very high quality with the enjoyments of listening to it heightened by the settings in which it was performed. Overall I thought the programme was most thoughtfully put together to give a balanced and memorable musical experience.'