Under the heading A Portrait we regularly present significant contemporary composers. This year two concerts and a Salon are devoted to Johannes Maria Staud. On the first evening we introduce Staud as the chamber music composer of Ensemble Phace. In his works, Staud draws inspiration from other art forms such as literature, film and visual arts. In his compositions he also incorporates philosophical questions, social changes and processes as well as political events and situations. The second evening will feature the premiere of On the Horizon (… somewhere else already…), a work commissioned by Ensemble Phace and the Tyrol Easter Festival. Staud will offer an insight into his different works in a Salon on 30 October at 6 pm.

Ensemble Phace


- If you feel ill, you must refrain from attending the event.

- Masks are generally compulsory, except on your seat. (We ask you to bring your own mouth and nose protection)

- The general hygiene measures count.

- The general distance rule of at least 1 meter must be observed everywhere.

. - Entrance and exit of the building and the concert hall is via several doors. You will find instructions on your ticket (above the ticket price) as to which door you must use. Please also note the time windows.

- The cards are personalized. In a suspected Covid-19 case, you will be our point of contact. If you have given your card to another person, you are obliged to provide information about it and give us the contact details.

- Tickets purchased through our office until September 30th can sit directly next to each other. All cards purchased from October 1st onwards will be given out in a checkerboard pattern, so even if you buy the cards together, there will still be a seat in between.

Pretty much we have to do without at the moment:

- Break (concert duration approx. 70 minutes)

- Catering before and after the concert

- Wardrobe