“From the New World”: A trip to America with the Berliner Philharmoniker
From rags to riches: for George Gershwin, America became the land of “endless possibilities” as he advanced to become one of the most famous Broadway composers – without ever having attended a conservatory. His name is inseparably linked with US music history, just like those of Ives, Copland, Barber and Bernstein. With music by them and others, the Berliner Philharmoniker invite you on a musical journey to America, where you can expect jazz as well as musicals.
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