Win a Trip to Leipzig
Posted on November 22, 2010
|To celebrate Manchester Camerata’s season of music inspired by great towns and cities across the world, we’re offering a trip for two people to Leipzig – home to Bach, Wagner, and many other musical greats.|
|Leipzig is the largest city in Saxony in the old East Germany. In the 17th Century it was one of Europe’s most important cities for learning and culture – especially music. Its university was founded in the 15th Century, and the city was the scene of The Battle of the Nations which put an end to Napoleon’s conquest of Europe. Since unification many of its historic buildings have been restored.|
Johann Sebastian Bach made his home in Leipzig, and it was also the birthplace of Richard Wagner. Schumann, Mendelssohn and Mahler have also been closely associated with the city. Mendelssohn House – now a museum – is the only surviving residence of the composer.
| ||As part of Manchester Camerata’s celebration of great urban centres which have significant music traditions, we’re offering you the chance to win a fabulous trip to Leipzig for two people, staying for two nights at the four star Seaside Park Hotel, with breakfast included. The prize also includes two tickets for a Leipzig City Tour (Daily at 1.30pm), and a Leipzig Welcome Card for two people – valid for three days.|
Find out more about Leipzig
Details of the Seaside Park Hotel
|Also part of the prize is 3 course Business Lunch (excluding drinks) for two at the Prestigious Panorama Restaurant Leipzig (Weekdays Only).|
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