From the Richard Strauss royal peace to the music from the opera Seson Salzburg to the songs from Grease, the broad spectrum of music reaches the audience, with Festspielhaus coming to about 65 musicians.
"The diverse and demanding program shows the high quality of musicians," said Brigitte Pallauf (ÖVP), President of the National Parliament, who introduced the gold medal of the Republic of Austria, Kapellmeister Franz Milacher, along with the General Region Georges Pölzli.
Salzburg post-uniform from 1786
It's usually played once a week, but the festival's concert involves additional attempts, says Miller, who has been the captain of the master for about 22 years. And the orchestra also does something for the eyes: the musicians wear thighs, knee trousers and red skirts, a historic uniform from the Salzburg post office in 1786.
Post-music without new talents
In addition to the "big" Postmusic, there is the Post Big Band, the Bohemian and some smaller ensembles who play at different times. As private musicians are now sitting at the tables besides the post office and telecommunications and post office staff, there are currently no new entrants. "We have enough qualified people in all registries who want to join," says Milacher, who is a trained flugelhorna player and lives next to Hausruckviertel.
Frantz Milacher is in charge of fighting
What leads the Upper Styria to the post office of Postmusic in Salzburg? Landes-Medienzentrum (LMZ) spoke with Franz Milacher:
LMZ: You are a busy Kapellmeister in Upper Austria. How and why did you come to Postmusik Salzburg in 1996?
FRANZ MILACHER: The well-known Salzburg composer Peter Wessenauer was at that time Captain Eisenbahnermusikverein in Salzburg and my good friend. He accepted my address for those responsible for post-musical work, and therefore he called one day from Salzburg. After the "introductory attempt," I decided to accept the challenge of making post-music a very powerful orchestra.
What is the difference between Postmusik Salzburg today and what distinguishes it from other brass orchestras?
The most important thing is our versatility, which distinguishes us. We all want to have good music every time. Regardless of whether it is a great foreign tour or even the Mirabellgarten concert in Salzburg, we would like to play a variety of interesting items.
Which repertoire plays?
Post-music plays all that the audience would like to hear: from traditional bee musicals such as processions, polka or waltz, symphonic wind music, operettas and classical events to musicians and cinema melodies, as well as pop and pop music.
What do you particularly like to remember? What has been emphasized by your staff so far?
It was definitely 2014 when we were invited to the Salzburg Festival for the sake of positive music history. We took part in the stage music for the play "Days of the Last Humanity". In the same year we played a concert at the Vienna Musikverein Gold Hall. But there are countless other times I like to remember, such as concerts in the Hobart Cathedral in Australia, the Tsingtao Opera House in China, or our annual autumn concerts in the Mozarteum Grand Hall in Salzburg.
Are there any special plans for the future of the future of music?
Our orchestra's old wish would be the second concert tour in Australia, we are working intensively next year, and we hope that we can achieve it in 2020.