Live concerts

  • Semyon Bychkov and Katia & Marielle Labèque

    Semyon Bychkov and Katia & Marielle Labèque

    Photo: Mila

    In this concert, conductor Semyon Bychkov and the famous piano duo Katia and Marielle Labèque make the case for a wonderful rarity: Max Bruch’s Concerto for Two Pianos which captivates with its sparkling virtuosity and a warm, orchestral sound reminiscent of Brahms. The other works of the evening were also inspired by Brahms: Antonín Dvořák’s Seventh Symphony and Detlev Glanert’s orchestral piece Weites Land.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Semyon Bychkov

    Katia Labèque, Marielle Labèque

    • Detlev Glanert
      Weites Land for orchestra

    • Max Bruch
      Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra, op. 88a

      Katia Labèque piano, Marielle Labèque piano

    • Antonín Dvořák
      Symphony No. 7 in D minor, op. 70

    Semyon Bychkov and Katia & Marielle Labèque Go to concert
  • Sakari Oramo and Alban Gerhardt

    Sakari Oramo and Alban Gerhardt

    Photo: Benjamin Ealovega

    Two fabulous, mythical travel stories from Scandinavia are on the programme in this concert: Edvard Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 and Jean Sibelius’ Lemminkäinen Suite. Between these two works will be the European premiere of the Cello Concerto by Brett Dean, one of the most sought-after composers of our time and former violist with the Berliner Philharmoniker. The conductor is Sakari Oramo, who currently heads the BBC Symphony Orchestra. The soloist is Alban Gerhardt.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Sakari Oramo

    Alban Gerhardt

    • Edvard Grieg
      Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, op. 46

    • Brett Dean
      Concerto for Cello and Orchestra (European première)

      Alban Gerhardt cello

    • Jean Sibelius
      Lemminkäinen Suite, op. 22

    Sakari Oramo and Alban Gerhardt Go to concert
  • Jakub Hrůša and Frank Peter Zimmermann with a Czech evening

    Jakub Hrůša and Frank Peter Zimmermann with a Czech evening

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    Frank Peter Zimmermann is one of the foremost violinists of our time and a great admirer of Bohuslav Martinů’s rarely played Violin Concerto No. 1, a both sonorous and expressive work, which he presents in this concert. Jakub Hrůša, chief conductor of the Bamberg Symphony and a guest of the Berliner Philharmoniker for the first time, also presents Dvořák’s symphonic poem The Golden Spinning Wheel and Janáček’s Rhapsody Taras Bulba.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Jakub Hrůša

    Frank Peter Zimmermann

    • Antonín Dvořák
      The Golden Spinning-Wheel, op. 109

    • Bohuslav Martinů
      Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 1

      Frank Peter Zimmermann violin

    • Leoš Janáček
      Taras Bulba, Rhapsody for Orchestra

    Jakub Hrůša and Frank Peter Zimmermann with a Czech evening Go to concert
  • Paavo Järvi conducts Brahms and Lutosławski

    Paavo Järvi conducts Brahms and Lutosławski

    Photo: Kaupo Kikkas

    Witold Lutosławski’s captivating Concerto for Orchestra combines the acerbic power of traditional Polish folk music with ingenious, pioneering construction. A charming contrast is formed by Johannes Brahms’ joyous Second Symphony, written during a holiday at the Wörthersee in which, according to the composer, “The melodies fly so thick here that you have to be careful not to step on one”. The conductor for this concert is Paavo Järvi.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Paavo Järvi

    • Witold Lutosławski
      Concerto for Orchestra

    • Johannes Brahms
      Symphony No. 2 in D major, op. 73

    Paavo Järvi conducts Brahms and Lutosławski Go to concert
  • Gustavo Dudamel conducts Mahler’s Fifth Symphony

    Gustavo Dudamel conducts Mahler’s Fifth Symphony

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    Gustav Mahler described his Fifth Symphony as a “cursed work” that “no-one understands”. While the extreme variety of expression actually overwhelmed the audience at the time, the symphony enjoys the highest popularity today, especially thanks to its gossamer-like Adagietto movement. Gustavo Dudamel, music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, also conducts Leonard Bernstein’s cheeky occasional piece, Divertimento, which – here in Europe at least – is far too rarely heard.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Gustavo Dudamel

    • Leonard Bernstein
      Divertimento for Orchestra

    • Gustav Mahler
      Symphony No. 5

    Gustavo Dudamel conducts Mahler’s Fifth Symphony Go to concert
  • Gustavo Dudamel conducts Bernstein and Shostakovich

    Gustavo Dudamel conducts Bernstein and Shostakovich

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    In 1944, at the age of just 25, Leonard Bernstein conducted the first performance of his First Symphony, a work based on the Old Testament lamentations of the Prophet Jeremiah and which demonstrates astonishing musical and intellectual maturity. The same expressive intensity characterises Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony, which dates from the same time, but from a completely different sound world. The conductor of this exciting juxtaposition is Gustavo Dudamel.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Gustavo Dudamel

    Tamara Mumford

    • Leonard Bernstein
      Symphony No. 1 “Jeremiah” for mezzo-soprano and orchestra

      Tamara Mumford mezzo-soprano

    • Dmitri Shostakovich
      Symphony No. 5 D minor, op. 47

    Gustavo Dudamel conducts Bernstein and Shostakovich Go to concert
  • With Gustavo Dudamel in Taiwan

    With Gustavo Dudamel in Taiwan

    One of the most spectacular new concert halls in Asia is the National Kaohsiung Center for Arts and Culture in the South of Taiwan. After the opening in mid-October, the Berliner Philharmoniker is to be the first international orchestra to perform there. Conducting the evening with works by Bernstein and Mahler is Gustavo Dudamel, musical director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and regular guest of the Philharmoniker for ten years.

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    From the National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts

    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Gustavo Dudamel

    • Leonard Bernstein
      Divertimento for Orchestra

    • Gustav Mahler
      Symphony No. 5

    With Gustavo Dudamel in Taiwan Go to concert
  • Christmas Concert “Winter Drummerland”

    Christmas Concert “Winter Drummerland”

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    The Philharmoniker’s horn player Sarah Willis and her colleagues from the percussion section invite you to a Christmas concert, which is guaranteed to put you in the right mood for the upcoming festive season while also experiencing the different sounds and noises that can be produced by the many instruments of the percussion section. A concert with lots of fun and surprises for music lovers of all ages.

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    Percussionists of the Berliner Philharmoniker and Guests

    Sarah Willis

    • Winter Drummerland

      Sarah Willis horn and presenter

    Christmas Concert “Winter Drummerland” Go to concert
  • Valery Gergiev conducts Stravinsky’s “Firebird”

    Valery Gergiev conducts Stravinsky’s “Firebird”

    Photo: Marco Borggreve

    Music based on three colourful Russian fairytales are to be heard in this concert with Valerie Gergiev: the bloodthirsty story of The Golden Cockerel set to music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, excerpts from Prokofiev’s humorous and charming ballet Cinderella, and from Stravinsky, his iridescent, energetic Firebird. The concert opens with another magical, but very different work: Debussy’s Prélude a l'après-midi d'un faune.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Valery Gergiev

    • Claude Debussy
      Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune

    • Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
      Le Coq d’Or, suite

    • Sergei Prokofiev
      Cinderella, ballet, op. 87 (excerpts)

    • Igor Stravinsky
      The Firebird Suite (version from 1919)

    Valery Gergiev conducts Stravinsky’s “Firebird” Go to concert
  • Andris Nelsons conducts Mahler’s Second Symphony

    Andris Nelsons conducts Mahler’s Second Symphony

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    Gustav Mahler’s Second Symphony is a work which exceeds all limits. The composition was intended to depict nothing less than the entire universe: the lofty and the humble, tradition and avant-garde, pastoral serenity and demonic grotesques, songs and chorales, and death and resurrection, all expressed in music that is correspondingly multifarious and grandiose. It is conducted here by Andris Nelsons, music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Kapellmeister of the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Andris Nelsons

    Lucy Crowe, Gerhild Romberger, MDR Rundfunkchor Leipzig

    • Gustav Mahler
      Symphony No. 2 in C minor “Resurrection”

      Lucy Crowe soprano, Gerhild Romberger contralto, MDR Rundfunkchor Leipzig choir, Risto Joost chorus master

    Andris Nelsons conducts Mahler’s Second Symphony Go to concert
  • Iván Fischer and Christian Gerhaher

    Iván Fischer and Christian Gerhaher

    Photo: Gregor Hohenberg

    The lieder of Hugo Wolf are unique in their clear-cut directness. Their aim is not the artistic sublimation of emotions, but real, unfiltered expression. Christian Gerhaher, the “foremost lieder singer of our time” (The New York Times), performs selected settings by Wolf of Goethe and Mörike. Conductor Iván Fischer also presents Franz Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony, with its shifts between the idyllic and the abyss.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Iván Fischer

    Christian Gerhaher

    • Antonín Dvořák
      Legendes for Orchestra, op. 59: No. 6 Allegro con moto

    • Antonín Dvořák
      Legendes for Orchestra, op. 59: No. 10 Andante

    • Hugo Wolf
      Lieder after poems by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Harfenspieler I, Harfenspieler II and Harfenspieler III (orchestrated by Hugo Wolf)

      Christian Gerhaher baritone

    • Hugo Wolf
      Lieder after poems by Eduard Mörike: Auf ein altes Bild, In der Frühe, Der Feuerreiter and Gesang Weyla’s (orchestrated by Hugo Wolf)

      Christian Gerhaher baritone

    • Hugo Wolf
      Lieder after poems by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Der Rattenfänger and Anakreon’s Grab (orchestrated by Hugo Wolf)

      Christian Gerhaher baritone

    • Franz Schubert
      Symphony No. 8 in C major, D 944

    Iván Fischer and Christian Gerhaher Go to concert
  • New Year’s Eve Concert with Daniel Barenboim

    New Year’s Eve Concert with Daniel Barenboim

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    The conductor of this New Year’s Eve concert is Daniel Barenboim, one of the Berliner Philharmoniker’s oldest friends. He also takes on the role of soloist in Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 26 – a work of sparkling beauty and nuanced expression. There are also four famous works by Maurice Ravel, which create an impressive synthesis of elegance and originality. The final highlight is the Boléro, perhaps the most stunning crescendo in music history.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Daniel Barenboim

    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 26 in D major, K. 537 "Coronation"

      Daniel Barenboim piano

    • Maurice Ravel
      Rapsodie espagnole (orchestral version)

    • Maurice Ravel
      Alborada del gracioso (orchestral version)

    • Maurice Ravel
      Pavane pour une infante défunte (orchestral version)

    • Maurice Ravel
      Boléro

    New Year’s Eve Concert with Daniel Barenboim Go to concert
  • Kirill Petrenko conducts the Federal Youth Orchestra of Germany

    Kirill Petrenko conducts the Federal Youth Orchestra of Germany

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    At the invitation of the Berliner Philharmoniker

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    Bundesjugendorchester
    Kirill Petrenko

    Wieland Welzel

    • Leonard Bernstein
      West Side Story, Symphonic Dances

    • William Kraft
      Concerto No. 1 for Timpani and Orchestra

      Wieland Welzel timpani

    • Igor Stravinsky
      Le Sacre du printemps

    Kirill Petrenko conducts the Federal Youth Orchestra of Germany Go to concert
  • Tugan Sokhiev conducts Borodin, Rachmaninov and Prokofiev

    Tugan Sokhiev conducts Borodin, Rachmaninov and Prokofiev

    Photo: Patrice Nin

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Tugan Sokhiev

    Choir of the Bolshoi Theatre Moscow

    • Alexander Borodin
      Prince Igor: Polovtsian Dances (original version with choir)

      Choir of the Bolshoi Theatre Moscow, Valery Borisov chorus master

    • Sergei Rachmaninov
      Vesna (Spring), cantata for baritone, chorus and orchestra, op. 20

      Vasily Ladyuk baritone, Choir of the Bolshoi Theatre Moscow, Valery Borisov chorus master

    • Sergei Prokofiev
      Alexander Nevsky, cantata for mezzo-soprano, chorus and orchestra, op. 78

      Agunda Kulaeva mezzo-soprano, Choir of the Bolshoi Theatre Moscow, Valery Borisov chorus master

    Tugan Sokhiev conducts Borodin, Rachmaninov and Prokofiev Go to concert
  • Mariss Jansons and Yevgeny Kissin

    Mariss Jansons and Yevgeny Kissin

    Photo: Martin Walz

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Mariss Jansons

    Evgeny Kissin

    • Richard Strauss
      Also sprach Zarathustra (Thus spoke Zarathustra), op. 30

    • Franz Liszt
      Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 in E flat major

      Evgeny Kissin piano

    • Richard Wagner
      Rienzi: Overture

    Mariss Jansons and Yevgeny Kissin Go to concert
  • Alan Gilbert and Lisa Batiashvili

    Alan Gilbert and Lisa Batiashvili

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Alan Gilbert

    Lisa Batiashvili

    • Anna Thorvaldsdottir
      Metacosmos (European première)

    • Sergei Prokofiev
      Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 2 in G minor, op. 63

      Lisa Batiashvili violin

    • Richard Strauss
      Symphonia domestica, op. 53

    Alan Gilbert and Lisa Batiashvili Go to concert
  • Marek Janowski conducts Bruckner’s Sixth Symphony

    Marek Janowski conducts Bruckner’s Sixth Symphony

    Photo: Felix Broede

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Marek Janowski

    Rundfunkchor Berlin

    • Anton Bruckner
      Mass No. 2 in E minor (2nd Version from 1882/1885)

      Rundfunkchor Berlin, Gijs Leenaars chorus master

    • Anton Bruckner
      Symphony No. 6 in A major

    Marek Janowski conducts Bruckner’s Sixth Symphony Go to concert
  • Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Debussy and Prokofiev

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Debussy and Prokofiev

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Yannick Nézet-Séguin

    • Maurice Ravel
      Menuet antique (orchestrated by Maurice Ravel)

    • Claude Debussy
      La Mer

    • Sergei Prokofiev
      Symphony No. 5 in B flar major, op. 100

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Debussy and Prokofiev Go to concert
  • Zubin Mehta and Martin Grubinger

    Zubin Mehta and Martin Grubinger

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Zubin Mehta

    Martin Grubinger

    • Edgard Varèse
      Intégrales

      Martin Grubinger drums

    • Peter Eötvös
      Speaking drums, Four Poems for percussion solo and orchestra

      Martin Grubinger drums

    • Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
      Scheherazade, Symphonic Suite, op. 35

    Zubin Mehta and Martin Grubinger Go to concert
  • Kirill Petrenko and Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    Kirill Petrenko and Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Kirill Petrenko

    Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    • Arnold Schoenberg
      Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, op. 36

      Patricia Kopatchinskaja violin

    • Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
      Symphony No. 5 in E minor, op. 64

    Kirill Petrenko and Patricia Kopatchinskaja Go to concert
  • “Late Night” concert with Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    “Late Night” concert with Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    Photo: Marco Borggreve

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    Members of the Berliner Philharmoniker

    Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    • Arnold Schoenberg
      Pierrot lunaire, op. 21

      Patricia Kopatchinskaja violin and narrator

    • Johann Strauss (Sohn)
      Waltzes arranged by Arnold Schoenberg, Alban Berg and Anton Webern

      Patricia Kopatchinskaja violin

    “Late Night” concert with Patricia Kopatchinskaja Go to concert
  • Bach’s “St John Passion” with Simon Rattle and Peter Sellars

    Bach’s “St John Passion” with Simon Rattle and Peter Sellars

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Sir Simon Rattle

    Peter Sellars, Rundfunkchor Berlin

    • Johann Sebastian Bach
      St John Passion, BWV 245

      Magdalena Kožená mezzo-soprano, Camilla Tilling soprano, Mark Padmore tenor (Evangelist), Christian Gerhaher baritone (Petrus), Roderick Williams baritone (Jesus), Andrew Staples tenor, Peter Sellars stage direction, Rundfunkchor Berlin, Simon Halsey chorus master

    Bach’s “St John Passion” with Simon Rattle and Peter Sellars Go to concert
  • Jörg Widmann conducts the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie

    Jörg Widmann conducts the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie

    Photo: Achim Reissner

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    Junge Deutsche Philharmonie
    Jörg Widmann

    • Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
      Sonata for clarinet and piano in E-flat major: Andante (arranged for clarinet, string orchestra, harp and celesta by Jörg Widmann)

      Jörg Widmann clarinet

    • Robert Schumann
      Symphony No. 2 in C major, op. 61

    • Jörg Widmann
      Messe for large orchestra

    Jörg Widmann conducts the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie Go to concert
  • Sir Simon Rattle conducts Schumann and Lachenmann

    Sir Simon Rattle conducts Schumann and Lachenmann

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Sir Simon Rattle

    • Helmut Lachenmann
      My Melodies Music for 8 Horns and Orchestra

    • Robert Schumann
      Symphony No. 2 in C major, op. 61

    Sir Simon Rattle conducts Schumann and Lachenmann Go to concert
  • Daniel Harding conducts Mahler’s First Symphony

    Daniel Harding conducts Mahler’s First Symphony

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Daniel Harding

    Dorothea Röschmann

    • Charles Ives
      Orchestral Set No. 1: “Three Places in New England”

    • Alban Berg
      Three Fragments from Wozzeck

      Dorothea Röschmann soprano

    • Gustav Mahler
      Symphony No. 1 in D major

    Daniel Harding conducts Mahler’s First Symphony Go to concert
  • Daniele Gatti conducts “Otello”

    Daniele Gatti conducts “Otello”

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Daniele Gatti

    Sonya Yoncheva, Luca Salsi

    • Giuseppe Verdi
      Otello Concert performance

      N. N. tenor (Otello), Sonya Yoncheva soprano (Desdemona), Luca Salsi baritone (Jago), Anna Malavasi mezzo-soprano (Emilia), Francesco Demuro tenor (Cassio), Gregory Bonfatti tenor (Roderigo), Giovanni Furlanetto bass (Montano), Federico Sacchi bass (Lodovico), Rundfunkchor Berlin, Gijs Leenaars chorus master

    Daniele Gatti conducts “Otello” Go to concert
  • The Federal Youth Orchestra and Ingo Metzmacher with the “Alpine Symphony”

    The Federal Youth Orchestra and Ingo Metzmacher with the “Alpine Symphony”

    Photo: Tom Wassenberg

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    Bundesjugendorchester
    Ingo Metzmacher

    • Edgard Varèse
      Amériques (1st version from 1922)

    • Richard Strauss
      Eine Alpensinfonie (An Alpine Symphony), op. 64

    The Federal Youth Orchestra and Ingo Metzmacher with the “Alpine Symphony” Go to concert
  • European Concert with Daniel Harding from the Musée d’Orsay, Paris

    European Concert with Daniel Harding from the Musée d’Orsay, Paris
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    European Concert from Paris

    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Daniel Harding

    Bryn Terfel

    • Richard Wagner
      Good Friday Music from Parsifal

    • Hector Berlioz
      Royal Hunt and Storm from Les Troyens

    • Claude Debussy
      Pelléas et Melisande (Excerrpts arranged by Daniel Harding)

    • Claude Debussy
      Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune

    • Hector Berlioz
      Love Scene from Romeo et Juliette

    • Richard Wagner
      Wotan's Farewell and The Magic Fire from Die Walküre (Concert Version)

      Bryn Terfel bass

    European Concert with Daniel Harding from the Musée d’Orsay, Paris Go to concert
  • Bernard Haitink conducts Mozart and Bruckner

    Bernard Haitink conducts Mozart and Bruckner

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Bernard Haitink

    Paul Lewis

    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 27 in B flat major, K. 595

      Paul Lewis piano

    • Anton Bruckner
      Symphony No. 7 in E major

    Bernard Haitink conducts Mozart and Bruckner Go to concert
  • Education choir project with the Vocal Heroes

    Education choir project with the Vocal Heroes

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Education choir project

    Vocal Heroes
    Simon Halsey

    Scholars of the Karajan Academy, Mitglieder der Berliner Philharmoniker

    • Programme to be announced

      Vocal Heroes youth choir, Simon Halsey musical direction, Scholars of the Karajan Academy, Mitglieder der Berliner Philharmoniker

    Education choir project with the Vocal Heroes Go to concert
  • Herbert Blomstedt und Yefim Bronfman

    Herbert Blomstedt und Yefim Bronfman

    Photo: Peter Adamik

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Herbert Blomstedt

    Yefim Bronfman

    • Ludwig van Beethoven
      Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 2 in B flat major, op. 19

      Yefim Bronfman piano

    • Wilhelm Stenhammar
      Symphony No. 2 in G minor, op. 34

    Herbert Blomstedt und Yefim Bronfman Go to concert
  • Paavo Järvi conducts Berg and Bruckner

    Paavo Järvi conducts Berg and Bruckner

    Photo: Julia Baier

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Paavo Järvi

    Hanna-Elisabeth Müller

    • Johann Sebastian Bach
      Musical Offering, BWV 1079: No. 2 Ricercar a 6 (arranged by Anton Webern)

    • Alban Berg
      Seven Early Songs (version for soprano and orchestra)

      Hanna-Elisabeth Müller soprano

    • Anton Bruckner
      Symphony No. 2 in C minor (2nd version from 1877)

    Paavo Järvi conducts Berg and Bruckner Go to concert
  • Michael Sanderling conducts Haydn and Shostakovich

    Michael Sanderling conducts Haydn and Shostakovich

    Photo: Marco Borggreve

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Michael Sanderling

    Bruno Delepelaire

    • Joseph Haydn
      Concerto for Cello and Orchestra No. 2 in D major, Hob. VIIb:2

      Bruno Delepelaire cello

    • Dmitri Shostakovich
      Sympnony No. 7 in C major, op. 60 “Leningrad”

    Michael Sanderling conducts Haydn and Shostakovich Go to concert
  • Constantinos Carydis conducts Mozart and Shostakovich

    Constantinos Carydis conducts Mozart and Shostakovich

    Photo: Thomas Brill

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Constantinos Carydis

    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Symphony No. 34 C major, K. 338

    • Dmitri Shostakovich
      Chamber Symphony in C minor, op. 110a (orch. Barshai)

    • Dmitri Shostakovich
      Two Pieces for String Octet, op. 11 (version for string orchestra)

    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Symphony No. 38 in D major, K. 504 K. 504 “Prague”

    Constantinos Carydis conducts Mozart and Shostakovich Go to concert
  • Andris Nelsons and Daniil Trifonov

    Andris Nelsons and Daniil Trifonov

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Andris Nelsons

    Daniil Trifonov

    • Alexander Scriabin
      Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in F sharp minor, op. 20

      Daniil Trifonov piano

    • Dmitri Shostakovich
      Symphony No. 11 in G minor, op. 103 “The Year 1905”

    Andris Nelsons and Daniil Trifonov Go to concert
  • Tugan Sokhiev conducts Prokofiev and Ravel at the Waldbühne

    Tugan Sokhiev conducts Prokofiev and Ravel at the Waldbühne

    Photo: Holger Kettner

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    From the Berlin Waldbühne

    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Tugan Sokhiev

    Marianne Crebassa

    • Sergei Prokofiev
      Lieutenant Kije Suite, op. 60

    • Maurice Ravel
      Shéhérazade, song cycle after Tristan Klingsor

      Marianne Crebassa mezzo-soprano

    • Sergei Prokofiev
      Romeo and Juliet, ballet, op. 64 (arranged in the form of a suite by Tugan Sokhiev)

    Tugan Sokhiev conducts Prokofiev and Ravel at the Waldbühne Go to concert