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LGT Young Soloists

Youth is the future – LGT fosters talented young artists, dedicated to music

The LGT Young Soloists: an orchestra of soloists

They range from 12 to 23 years of age and enthrall their audiences in Zurich and New York, Beijing, Moscow and Shanghai.
The LGT Young Soloists are an extraordinary ensemble: the youthful soloists work together as an orchestra, they learn from one another and gain valuable experience through their performances worldwide. Not only do they have practice playing on the world’s concert stages, making it easier for them to start a professional career, but with "Italian Journey" and "Russian Soul" they are also the first youth orchestra worldwide to have recorded albums with RCA Red Seal (Sony).

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LGT Young Soloists: Viva la vida!

14-Apr-2020

LGT Young Soloists: Viva la vida!

Talented young musicians from all over the world playing together while practicing at home. Just enjoy and forget COVID-19 for a few minutes with "Viva la Vida".

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Ambition or passion?

21-Jun-2019

Ambition or passion?

Young athletes and musicians have to be ambitious if they want to reach the top. But those who exaggerate their diligence and ambition ultimately lose their passion.

LGT Young Soloists at the Festival of South Tyrol in Merano

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The LGT Young Soloists Turn Five

14-Jan-2019

A New CD in the Pipeline

After their brilliant New Year’s Eve concert, the LGT Young Soloists stayed in Munich to record their fourth CD.

LGT Young Soloists at the Festival of South Tyrol in Merano

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The LGT Young Soloists Turn Five

14-Jan-2019

A New CD in the Pipeline

After their brilliant New Year’s Eve concert, the LGT Young Soloists stayed in Munich to record their fourth CD.

LGT Young Soloists at the Festival of South Tyrol in Merano

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#LGTengage: a tradition of culture sponsoring

Over the centuries the Princely Family of Liechtenstein was always in close contact with the music world. Princess Maria Josepha Hermenegilde of Liechtenstein (1786-1845) was a great patron of Joseph Haydn, who composed five masses for her, while Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote an extraordinary wind serenade for another royal figure from Liechtenstein, Prince Alois I (1759-1805).

Since 2013 this long tradition of culture sponsoring continues with the LGT Young Soloists. Through our commitment we offer the young artists an unique environment where they can further develop their skills. An exciting and promising project, which we support with great enthusiasm.

Further information can be found on the website of the LGT Young Soloists.

Out of the lives of the LGT Young Soloists