Sparkling & Jazz
Sunday, May 21, 2023, 11:00 a.m.
Wandelgang of the Trinkhalle
High-class jazz with Karolina Strassmayer & Drori Mondlak – KLARO!, paired with fine sparkling wines and culinary delights.
“This is the best way to “swing” into the third day of the Wine & Gourmet Festival, with top-class jazz and fine sparkling wines from the A-Nobis sparkling wine cellar. And all this in the atmospheric surroundings of the imposing, historic Trinkhalle, with its architecture reminiscent of Roman times, one of the most beautiful buildings in the city.
Built between 1839 and 1842, the Trinkhalle near the Kurhaus Baden-Baden is one of the most beautiful and impressive buildings in the region. The Wandelhalle stretches over 90 metres, its neoclassical front with its Corinthian columns reminiscent of the Roman era in Baden-Baden.
This fantastically beautiful location is the setting for a remarkable event on Sunday morning – Sparkling, Jazz & Palate Delights!
You can taste and enjoy selected and noble sparkling wines from the A-Nobis sparkling wine cellar, the Kurhaus restaurant HECTORS will take care of your physical well-being, and this enjoyable and spring-like atmosphere will be accompanied by the best jazz music.
The musical arc of the KLARO quartet ranges from powerful, lively grooves to poetic ballads and explosive swing: Karolina Strassmayer has been voted among the world’s top five alto saxophonists several times and has been the first woman in the multi-Grammy-winning WDR Big Band Köln since 2004. Drori Mondlak is an outstanding jazz drummer whose years of work in New York have brought him together with jazz greats such as Frank Foster, Joe Williams and Chris Potter. The quartet is complemented by the Dutch pianist Hans Vroomans, a member of the Grammy-winning Metropole Orkest, and the renowned bassist and veteran of the German jazz scene, Thomas Stabenow.
This is the perfect way to start the 3rd day of the Wine & Gourmet Festival by Falstaff in a great and “sparkling” mood.
So, enjoy and swing!
A-Nobis Sparkling wine cellar
55 Euro per person
including champagne, food and live music
to be booked at the box office
Minimum number of participants required
Colonnades of the Trinkhalle
The impressive building next to the Kurhaus boasts a 90-metre-long covered walkway open to the Oos river and supported by 16 Corinthian columns. This is an extremely desirable location for functions and events, particularly in the evening when the lights gradually go on all over town. The Trinkhalle (pump room) was built to the right of the Kurhaus between 1839 and 1842, to plans drawn up by Heinrich Hübsch, a pupil of Friedrich Weinbrenner. A total of 16 Corinthian columns support the open covered walkway, which is 90 metres long and allows visitors to admire 14 wall paintings. The paintings were produced by the artist Jakob Götzenberger, a contemporary of Moritz von Schwind. They depict scenes from the region's myths and legends, therefore also suggesting possible places to visit in the vicinity of Baden-Baden.
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