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Ruinart & Art
Ruinart & Art

Founded in 1729, Maison Ruinart is the very first established champagne house. Since then, it has never stopped developing and promoting its own art de vivre. Ruinart expresses its commitment to art by commissioning artists, starting in 1896 when Alphonse Mucha created the Maison’s first artwork.
The partnership with the Elbphilharmonie is a true privilege and a further investment by Ruinart in the cultural arts.

Elbphilharmonie
Elbphilharmonie

Since Janine Jansen released an acclaimed album featuring violin concertos by Brahms and Bartók with the Rome-based Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in 2016, the star Dutch violinist and the famous Italian orchestra have shared a beautiful musical friendship. Chief conductor Sir Antonio Pappano, whose programming expertise is considered essential to the violinist and audiences alike, has also played an important part in the successful partnership. Beethoven’s »King Stephen« Overture, for example, is only rarely performed in concert, but it is the perfect prelude to Mendelssohn’s wonderful violin concerto, in which Janine Jansen’s solo violin can shine.

Ruinart & Art
Ruinart & Art

Founded in 1729, Maison Ruinart is the very first established champagne house. Since then, it has never stopped developing and promoting its own art de vivre. Ruinart expresses its commitment to art by commissioning artists, starting in 1896 when Alphonse Mucha created the Maison’s first artwork.
The partnership with the Elbphilharmonie is a true privilege and a further investment by Ruinart in the cultural arts.

Elbphilharmonie
Elbphilharmonie

Since Janine Jansen released an acclaimed album featuring violin concertos by Brahms and Bartók with the Rome-based Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in 2016, the star Dutch violinist and the famous Italian orchestra have shared a beautiful musical friendship. Chief conductor Sir Antonio Pappano, whose programming expertise is considered essential to the violinist and audiences alike, has also played an important part in the successful partnership. Beethoven’s »King Stephen« Overture, for example, is only rarely performed in concert, but it is the perfect prelude to Mendelssohn’s wonderful violin concerto, in which Janine Jansen’s solo violin can shine.

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