with introduction to Ifigenia in Aulide
Your Hosts, the Margraves
When Margravine Wilhelmine arrived in Bayreuth in 1732, she was not very impressed with the situation that greeted her – least of all by the “poor fare” placed before her. In the subsequent years, Bayreuth advanced under her guidance to become a superlative princely residence, hosting splendid feasts and correspondingly luxurious and opulent table culture.
You, too, can have the chance of dining in princely Baroque fashion On Sunday, 15 September we are organising an opulent brunch in the Orangery of the Hermitage, accompanied by an introduction to the last performance of Nicola Antonio Porpora’s Ifigenia in Aulide.