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  • Sir Simon Rattle sobre la Sexta Sinfonía de Mahler

    20 jun. 2018gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la Sexta Sinfonía de Mahler

    El 14 de noviembre de 1987, un director muy prometedor realizó su presentación con la Filarmónica de Berlín con la Sexta Sinfonía de Mahler: Simon Rattle. «Ese día tuve la sensación de que encontraría mi voz», afirma ahora Rattle echando la mirada hacia atrás. La polifacética obra de Mahler...

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  • Jörg Widmann sobre [Tanz auf dem Vulkan]

    27 may. 2018gratis

    Jörg Widmann sobre Tanz auf dem Vulkan

    Este concierto equivale a una mirada retrospectiva comprimida a la era Rattle. En él se revela, por ejemplo, el entusiasmo de Sir Simon por la música actual con el estreno de una obra breve de Jörg Widmann. Con la Tercera Sinfonía de Lutosławski, el director vuelve a mostrar una vez más, por...

    Jörg Widmann sobre [Tanz auf dem Vulkan] Ver entrevista

  • Sir Simon Rattle sobre la Novena Sinfonía completada de Anton Bruckner

    26 may. 2018gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la Novena Sinfonía completada de Anton Bruckner

    Simon Rattle está seguro de ello: si Anton Bruckner hubiese vivido tan solo dos meses más, habría tenido la posibilidad de concluir el Finale de su Novena Sinfonía. En un sensacional concierto celebrado en 2011, Rattle presentó una reconstrucción con «una presencia monolítica, amenazadora»...

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  • Mikko Franck conversa con Matthew Hunter

    19 may. 2018gratis

    Mikko Franck conversa con Matthew Hunter

    Un «Oratorio para personas alegres» fue como Robert Schumann llamó a su El Paraíso y la Peri, que disfrutó en su día de un éxito increíble, pero que hoy ha quedado en gran medida olvidada. Bajo la batuta de Mikko Franck, quien sustituirá a Simon Rattle, la Filarmónica de Berlín interpreta el...

    Mikko Franck conversa con Matthew Hunter Ver entrevista

  • Tugan Sokhiev conversa con Amihai Grosz

    12 may. 2018gratis

    Tugan Sokhiev conversa con Amihai Grosz

    Tugan Sojiev, director titular del Teatro Bolshói, dirige en este concierto dos de las obras más populares del repertorio ruso: para comenzar, la traviesa Sinfonía núm. 1 de Prokófiev, inspirada en el Clasicismo vienés. Muy diferentes son los Cuadros de una exposición de Músorgski, que retratan...

    Tugan Sokhiev conversa con Amihai Grosz Ver entrevista

  • Paavo Järvi conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    06 may. 2018gratis

    Paavo Järvi conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    At the beginning of May 2018, Paavo Järvi conducted not only the Berliner Philharmoniker’s traditional European concert (which this year took place in Bayreuth) for the first time, but also a second programme in the orchestra’s Berlin base, the Philharmonie. In this video, the Estonian musician...

    Paavo Järvi conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

  • Wenzel Fuchs conversa con Daishin Kashimoto

    27 abr. 2018gratis

    Wenzel Fuchs conversa con Daishin Kashimoto

    In April 2018, Wenzel Fuchs was the soloist in Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto with the Berliner Philharmoniker, which he become a member of almost 25 years earlier. The musical direction of the performance was in the hands of American conductor Alan Gilbert, who is also a personal friend of Fuchs....

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  • Daniel Harding conversa con Noah Bendix-Balgley

    21 abr. 2018gratis

    Daniel Harding conversa con Noah Bendix-Balgley

    In April 2018, the Berliner Philharmoniker played an all-Mozart programme under the direction of Daniel Harding. In addition to the incomplete yet consummate Mass in C Minor, they performed his little-known Symphony No. 32 plus two concert arias which expressed both the humorous and the...

    Daniel Harding conversa con Noah Bendix-Balgley Ver entrevista

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    13 abr. 2018gratis

    Yuja Wang conversa con Andreas Ottensamer

    In the atmospheric Watergate Club in Berlin, Chinese pianist Yuja Wang met with Andreas Ottensamer, principal clarinet with the Berliner Philharmoniker, to mark a concert she gave with the orchestra in April 2018. As we learn in this interview, the artist, who is celebrated worldwide for her...

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    13 abr. 2018gratis

    Kirill Petrenko conversa con Knut Weber

    For his second appearance with the Berliner Philharmoniker following his election as chief conductor, Kirill Petrenko programmed works alongside Prokofiev’s Third Piano Concerto, which the orchestra had not performed for more than 50 years: the ballet music La Péri by Paul Dukas, and Franz...

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    08 abr. 2018gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle conversa con Sarah Willis

    In the spring of 2018, Sir Simon Rattle, who ends his tenure as chief conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker this year, was welcomed by horn player Sarah Willis to her popular Live Lounge. His last opera production together with the orchestra was Richard Wagner’s Parsifal in a staged...

    Sir Simon Rattle conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    03 mar. 2018gratis

    Daniel Harding conversa con Jonathan Kelly

    The English conductor Daniel Harding made his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker at the age of 21, and has returned to the orchestra on a regular basis ever since. In the 2017/2018 season, he was invited to conduct two programmes which were to be performed in Berlin and at the...

    Daniel Harding conversa con Jonathan Kelly Ver entrevista

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    17 feb. 2018gratis

    Vasily Petrenko conversa con Philipp Bohnen

    Daphnis et Chloé, Suite No. 2

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    10 feb. 2018gratis

    Leonidas Kavakos conversa con Allan Nilles

    Since his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in 2003, Leonidas Kavakos – the orchestra’s Artist in Residence in the 2012/2013 season – has returned to the orchestra on many occasions. Their work together has included performances of the violin concertos by Beethoven and Sibelius, followed in...

    Leonidas Kavakos conversa con Allan Nilles Ver entrevista

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    03 feb. 2018gratis

    Dima Slobodeniouk conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    For his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in February 2018, Dima Slobodeniouk conducted works by Russian and Finnish composers. A very characteristic programme, geographically speaking, as the musician was born in Moscow and received his training as a conductor in Helsinki. The performance...

    Dima Slobodeniouk conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

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    27 ene. 2018gratis

    Mariss Jansons conversa con Raphael Haeger

    Mariss Jansons first performed with the Berliner Philharmoniker in 1971 as the winner of the Herbert von Karajan Conducting Competition, followed five years later by his official debut. Since then, the Latvian musician has become one of the orchestra’s closest artistic partners. The...

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    27 ene. 2018gratis

    Mariss Jansons nombrado miembro honorífico de la Filarmónica de Berlín

    En enero de 2018, la Filarmónica de Berlín nombró a Mariss Jansons miembro honorífico. Jansons expresó su agradecimiento con una emotiva retrospectiva de su trabajo artístico conjunto.

    Mariss Jansons nombrado miembro honorífico de la Filarmónica de Berlín Ver entrevista

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    21 ene. 2018gratis

    Mikko Franck conversa con Stephan Koncz

    Seiji Ozawa was originally to perform Maurice Ravel’s enchanting fairy tale opera L'Enfant et les sortilèges with the Berliner Philharmoniker in January 2018, but unfortunately the Japanese conductor’s health prevented him from travelling to Europe. Luckily, Mikko Franck, who made his debut with...

    Mikko Franck conversa con Stephan Koncz Ver entrevista

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    21 ene. 2018gratis

    Noah Bendix-Balgley sobre el Concierto para violín y orquesta núm. 5 de Mozart y la "Introducción y Rondó caprichoso" de Camille Saint-Saëns

    As 1st concertmaster of the Berliner Philharmoniker, Noah Bendix-Balgley regularly plays virtuoso solo passages, such as in the tone poems of Richard Strauss. In January 2018, he performed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Fifth Violin Concerto as soloist and conductor plus Camille Saint-Saëns’s highly...

    Noah Bendix-Balgley sobre el Concierto para violín y orquesta núm. 5 de Mozart y la "Introducción y Rondó caprichoso" de Camille Saint-Saëns Ver entrevista

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    13 ene. 2018gratis

    Antonio Pappano conversa con Fergus McWilliam

    When Antonio Pappano appeared with the Berliner Philharmoniker in January 2018 after a long break, the programme included works by Mussorgsky, Scriabin and Ravel plus several orchestral songs by the underrated composer Henri Duparc. Pappano, who became musical director of the Royal Opera House...

    Antonio Pappano conversa con Fergus McWilliam Ver entrevista

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    31 dic. 2017gratis

    Joyce DiDonato conversa con Noah Bendix-Balgley

    After delighting audiences in her first two appearances with the Berliner Philharmoniker with works by Hector Berlioz, Joyce DiDonato performed orchestral songs by Richard Strauss at the Philharmoniker’s 2017 New Year’s Eve Concert under the direction of Sir Simon Rattle. In addition, the...

    Joyce DiDonato conversa con Noah Bendix-Balgley Ver entrevista

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    22 dic. 2017gratis

    Vilde Frang conversa con Philipp Bohnen

    The violinist Vilde Frang initially thought the invitation to make her debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker as a soloist at the 2016 European Concert was an April Fool’s joke. Luckily she was wrong; her performance of Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in Frang’s native Norway was enthusiastically...

    Vilde Frang conversa con Philipp Bohnen Ver entrevista

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    22 dic. 2017gratis

    Iván Fischer conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    The music of his Hungarian countryman Béla Bartók is very close to Iván Fischer’s heart. Just before Christmas in 2017, he conducted two of the composer’s early works with the Berliner Philharmoniker: the Hungarian Peasant Songs for choir and orchestra and his First Violin Concerto. In addition,...

    Iván Fischer conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

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    16 dic. 2017gratis

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Raimar Orlovsky

    Beethoven’s Missa solemnis is one of the most difficult compositions in the history of music for conductors, orchestras, choirs and vocal soloists. The work, which Beethoven himself considered one of his most best creations, was performed by the Berliner Philharmoniker under the direction of...

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Raimar Orlovsky Ver entrevista

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    09 dic. 2017gratis

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre la sinfonía n° 3 de Bruckner

    For many years, Herbert Blomstedt’s performances of Bruckner have been among the highlights in the Berliner Philharmoniker’s concert calendar. In December 2017, six months after his 90th birthday, the Swedish conductor performed the composer’s Third Symphony with the orchestra. The programme...

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    04 nov. 2017gratis

    Seong-Jin Cho conversa con Marlene Ito

    El pianista Seong-Jin Cho debutó con la Filarmónica de Berlín en noviembre de 2017 con el Concierto para piano en Sol mayor de Ravel. El joven artista, natural de Cora del Sur, habla aquí con Marlene Ito, violinista de la orquesta, de su asombrosa carrera y de las obras centrales de su repertorio.

    Seong-Jin Cho conversa con Marlene Ito Ver entrevista

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    03 nov. 2017gratis

    Unsuk Chin conversa con Eva-Maria Tomasi

    En el marco de la serie Tapas, la Filarmónica de Berlín estrenó en noviembre de 2017 Chorós Chordón, de Unsuk Chin. Aquí puede verse conversar a la compositora coreana con Eva-Maria Tomasi, violinista de la orquesta.

    Unsuk Chin conversa con Eva-Maria Tomasi Ver entrevista

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    28 oct. 2017gratis

    Ton Koopman conversa con Jonathan Kelly

    In October 2017, the Berliner Philharmoniker performed Johann Sebastian Bach’s Mass in B Minor for the first time since 2006. The musical direction of the concert, which involved the participation of a first-class ensemble of soloists and the RIAS Kammerchor, was in the hands of the Dutch...

    Ton Koopman conversa con Jonathan Kelly Ver entrevista

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    21 oct. 2017gratis

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    En una entrevista realizada en francés con Emmanuel Pahud, flauta solista de la Filarmónica de Berlín, Yannick Nézet-Séguin habla aquí sobre Un réquiem alemán de Brahms, que el director canadiense interpretó junto con la orquesta en octubre de 2017.

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

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    14 oct. 2017gratis

    Peter Sellars sobre «La zorrita astuta» de Janáček

    El director de escena estadounidense Peter Sellars habla en esta introducción sobre la ópera a un tiempo humorística y melancólica La zorrita astuta, de Leoš Janáček, y sobre su puesta en escena de la obra en la Philharmonie en octubre de 2017.

    Peter Sellars sobre «La zorrita astuta» de Janáček Ver entrevista

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    07 oct. 2017gratis

    Mitsuko Uchida conversa con Tobias Möller

    En octubre de 2017, la pianista Mitsuko Uchida actuó como artista invitada con la Filarmónica de Berlín para tocar la parte solista en el último Concierto para piano y orquesta de Mozart. Aquí habla con Tobias Möller, del Digital Concert Hall, sobre el cariño que siente por los clásicos vieneses.

    Mitsuko Uchida conversa con Tobias Möller Ver entrevista

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    07 oct. 2017gratis

    Amihai Grosz conversa con Tobias Möller

    Amihai Grosz, primer viola solista de la Filarmónica de Berlín, interpretó en octubre de 2017 el Concierto para viola de William Walton. En esta entrevista el artista habla con Tobias Möller, del Digital Concert Hall, sobre la experiencia de actuar como solista delante de tu propia orquesta.

    Amihai Grosz conversa con Tobias Möller Ver entrevista

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    30 sep. 2017gratis

    Daniele Gatti conversa con Matthew Hunter

    Daniele Gatti, que cosecha éxitos como director de ópera y de conciertos, interpretó con la Filarmónica de Berlín en septiembre de 2017 obras de Brahms y Hindemith, y con este motivo charló sobre su carrera con Matthew Hunter, violista y miembro de la orquesta.

    Daniele Gatti conversa con Matthew Hunter Ver entrevista

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    23 sep. 2017gratis

    Alain Altinoglu conversa con Fergus McWilliam

    Alain Altionoglu debutó con la Filarmónica de Berlín en septiembre de 2017 con un programa franco-húngaro. Aquí podemos verlo conversar con Fergus McWilliam, trompista de la Filarmónica.

    Alain Altinoglu conversa con Fergus McWilliam Ver entrevista

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    16 sep. 2017gratis

    Marek Janowski conversa con Krzysztof Polonek

    Cuando Marek Janowski dirigió un concierto a la Filarmónica de Berlín en el marco del Festival de Música de Berlín, que se celebra con carácter anual, en el programa figuraban obras de Pfitzner y Bruckner. El director habla aquí con Krzysztof Polonek, que toca en el grupo de los primeros...

    Marek Janowski conversa con Krzysztof Polonek Ver entrevista

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    10 sep. 2017gratis

    Susanna Mälkki conversa con Matthew McDonald

    En su segunda aparición con la Filarmónica de Berlín, Susanna Mälkki dirigió, entre otras obras, la Segunda Sinfonía de Sibelius. En esta entrevista habla con Matthew McDonald, el primer contrabajista de la orquesta, sobre su elección del programa.

    Susanna Mälkki conversa con Matthew McDonald Ver entrevista

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    25 ago. 2017gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «La Creación» de Haydn

    Sir Simon Rattle explica en esta introducción aspectos centrales de una de sus obras predilectas absolutas: La Creación de Joseph Haydn, que sonó en el concierto inaugural de su última temporada como director titular de la Filarmónica de Berlín.

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    25 ago. 2017gratis

    Mark Padmore conversa con Stanley Dodds

    Son inolvidables las interpretaciones berlinesas de Mark Padmore como Evangelista en las Pasiones de Bach con la Filarmónica de Berlín. El tenor inglés habla aquí con el violinista Stanley Dodds sobre su nombramiento como Artista Residente de la orquesta en la temporada 2017/2018.

    Mark Padmore conversa con Stanley Dodds Ver entrevista

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    24 jun. 2017gratis

    Mark-Anthony Turnage conversa con Sarah Willis

    Con motivo del estreno de su obra Remembering con la Filarmónica de Berlín bajo la dirección de Sir Simon Rattle, el renombrado compositor inglés Mark-Anthony Turnage habla aquí con Sarah Willis, trompista de la Filarmónica, en junio de 2017.

    Mark-Anthony Turnage conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    17 jun. 2017gratis

    Joyce DiDonato conversa con Noah Bendix-Balgley

    En junio de 2017 pudo oírse a la maravillosa mezzosoprano estadounidense Joyce DiDonato interpretar la gran escena de Hector Berlioz La Mort de Cléopâtre con la Filarmónica de Berlín. La artista charló en el intermedio con el primer concertino Noah Bendix-Balgley.

    Joyce DiDonato conversa con Noah Bendix-Balgley Ver entrevista

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    09 jun. 2017gratis

    Sinfonía núm. 9 de Dvořák: una introducción de Susanne Stähr

    La Novena Sinfonía de Antonín Dvořák, conocida con el sobrenombre Del Nuevo Mundo, fue interpretada en junio de 2017 por la Filarmónica de Berlín bajo la dirección de Gustavo Dudamel. Aquí puede verse una introducción a la obra con la musicóloga Susanne Stähr.

    Sinfonía núm. 9 de Dvořák: una introducción de Susanne Stähr Ver entrevista

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    03 jun. 2017gratis

    Imogen Cooper conversa con Matthew Hunter

    La pianista inglesa Imogen Cooper disfruta de una extraordinaria reputación como intérprete de Mozart. En junio de 2017 tocó con la Filarmónica de Berlín el Concierto para piano núm. 25 del compositor y mantuvo una conversación con Matthew Hunter, violista y miembro de la orquesta.

    Imogen Cooper conversa con Matthew Hunter Ver entrevista

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    03 jun. 2017gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «Chant funèbre» de Stravinsky

    La Filarmónica de Berlín presentó como estreno en Alemania en junio de 2017 la obra juvenil de Igor Stravinsky, desaparecida desde hacía décadas, Chant funébre. El director titular Sir Simon Rattle habla en esta introducción sobre la obra y sobre su inesperado redescubrimiento.

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «Chant funèbre» de Stravinsky Ver entrevista

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    20 may. 2017gratis

    Andrés Orozco-Estrada conversa con Philipp Bohnen

    El director colombiano Andrés Orozco-Estrada debutó en mayo de 2017 con la Filarmónica de Berlín dirigiendo obras de Richard Strauss, Rajmáninov y Shostakóvich, y habló sobre el programa con Philipp Bohnen, violinista y miembro de la orquesta.

    Andrés Orozco-Estrada conversa con Philipp Bohnen Ver entrevista

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    13 may. 2017gratis

    Gautier Capuçon conversa con Sarah Willis

    Gautier Capuçon debutó como artista invitado en la Philharmonie en la primavera de 2017 como solista del enormemente exigente Primer Concierto para violonchelo y orquesta de Shostakóvich. Con este motivo habló con Sarah Willis, trompista de la Filarmónica, sobre su actividad pedagógica, entre...

    Gautier Capuçon conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    22 abr. 2017gratis

    Live Lounge 2017 desde el Festival de Pascua de Baden-Baden

    In the spring of 2017, like every year in Baden-Baden, horn player Sarah Willis welcomed colleagues from the orchestra and a soloist from the Easter Festival to the popular Live Lounge, where fans from all over the world can put questions to the musicians via the internet. Soprano Kristine...

    Live Lounge 2017 desde el Festival de Pascua de Baden-Baden Ver entrevista

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    14 abr. 2017gratis

    Lisa Batiashvili conversa con Andreas Ottensamer

    The Georgian violinist Lisa Batiashvili is at once one of the most virtuoso and sensitive musicians of her generation. Since her debut in 2004, the popular artist has regularly performed with the Berliner Philharmoniker – and also at the Easter Festival in Baden-Baden in 2017, when she performed...

    Lisa Batiashvili conversa con Andreas Ottensamer Ver entrevista

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    23 mar. 2017gratis

    Kirill Petrenko conversa con Olaf Maninger

    On 21 June 2015, the Berliner Philharmoniker elected Kirill Petrenko as their future chief conductor by a large majority. In the spring of 2017, the programme of his first acclaimed concert since his election included works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and John Adams....

    Kirill Petrenko conversa con Olaf Maninger Ver entrevista

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    18 mar. 2017gratis

    HK Gruber conversa con Knut Weber

    When HK Gruber’s Frankenstein!! was performed for the first time in 1978, the just 23-year-old Simon Rattle was standing at the conductor’s desk. In Gruber’s career, the acclaimed world premiere of his “Pandämonium”, which was performed with the composer himself at one of the Late Night concerts...

    HK Gruber conversa con Knut Weber Ver entrevista

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    12 mar. 2017gratis

    Pinchas Zukerman conversa con Aleksandar Ivić

    The Israeli violinist, violist and conductor Pinchas Zukerman whose teachers included the legendary Ivan Galamian, has been celebrated in major concert halls for his impeccable technique and powerful yet nuanced playing since his youth. He has appeared on many occasions with the Berliner...

    Pinchas Zukerman conversa con Aleksandar Ivić Ver entrevista

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    12 mar. 2017gratis

    El Concierto del Presidente de la República – Una historia de éxito desde 1988

    The Berliner Philharmoniker have provided many highlights of the annual benefit concert of the German Federal President since it was launched in 1988: Richard von Weizsäcker, for example, head of state from 1984 to 1994, initiated the highly acclaimed Philharmoniker debut of the legendary...

    El Concierto del Presidente de la República – Una historia de éxito desde 1988 Ver entrevista

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    05 mar. 2017gratis

    Anoushka Shankar conversa con Andreas Ottensamer

    Anoushka Shankar was born in 1981 – the same year the Second Concerto for Sitar and Orchestra by her father, Ravi Shankar, was premiered in New York. The conductor then was Zubin Mehta, who also commissioned the work. Anoushka Shankar is now one of the best-known virtuosos on the sitar, an Asian...

    Anoushka Shankar conversa con Andreas Ottensamer Ver entrevista

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    18 feb. 2017gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle y Peter Sellars sobre «El Gran Macabro» de Ligeti

    Le Grand Macabre, György Ligeti’s only opera received its premiere in 1978 and was later streamlined and revised by the composer for a production by Peter Sellars at the Salzburg Festival in 1996. In February 2017, the Berliner Philharmoniker together with chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle and a...

    Sir Simon Rattle y Peter Sellars sobre «El Gran Macabro» de Ligeti Ver entrevista

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    11 feb. 2017gratis

    Patricia Kopatchinskaja conversa con Paolo Mendes

    György Ligeti’s only violin concerto is one of the Hungarian composer’s most captivating pieces not least because of its anarchic humour. In conversation with horn player Paolo Mendes who became a member of the Berliner Philharmoniker in 2016, the violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja explains why...

    Patricia Kopatchinskaja conversa con Paolo Mendes Ver entrevista

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    28 ene. 2017gratis

    John Adams conversa con Noah Bendix-Balgley

    John Adams’s time as Composer in Residence included not only his debut conducting the Berliner Philharmoniker and a concert together with the Orchestra Academy, but also the performance of a number of the composer’s older and newer works under the direction of a variety of conductors. In January...

    John Adams conversa con Noah Bendix-Balgley Ver entrevista

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    21 ene. 2017gratis

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre Béla Bartók y Johannes Brahms

    In January 2017, the Berliner Philharmoniker and Herbert Blomstedt paired a farewell work with a symphonic debut: Béla Bartók’s Third Piano Concerto – one of his last compositions – followed by Johannes Brahms’s First Symphony. The evening’s soloist was the Hungarian pianist András Schiff. In...

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre Béla Bartók y Johannes Brahms Ver entrevista

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    14 ene. 2017gratis

    Marek Janowski conversa con Christian Stadelmann

    For a performance of Giuseppe Verdi’s famous Requiem in January 2017, the Berliner Philharmoniker secured the services of conductor Marek Janowski to replace the indisposed Riccardo Chailly. Janowski had already performed the work not long before with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester, whose highly...

    Marek Janowski conversa con Christian Stadelmann Ver entrevista

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    31 dic. 2016gratis

    Daniil Trifonov conversa con Sarah Willis

    The music world has raved for years about the young Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov, winner at the International Chopin Competition in Warsaw and the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow to name but two. At the age of 25, he made his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker as the soloist in Sergei...

    Daniil Trifonov conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    31 dic. 2016gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre el Concierto de Fin de Año 2016

    Among the unmissable dates in the Berliner Philharmoniker’s calendar is the New Year’s Eve Concert, an event that has been televised since 1977. For the 2016 concert, the orchestra under the baton of its chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle prepared a musical feast for the public of rare and popular...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre el Concierto de Fin de Año 2016 Ver entrevista

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    22 dic. 2016gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre el primer acto de «La valquiria» de Wagner

    Richard Wagner’s cycle Der Ring des Nibelungen, which consists of 4 music dramas and lasts over 16 hours, has in the first act of Die Walküre an opera en miniature. In one breathtaking arc, Wagner gives musical expression to his thoughts on power, violence, passion and love here. Events focus on...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre el primer acto de «La valquiria» de Wagner Ver entrevista

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    17 dic. 2016gratis

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Christoph Streuli

    Christian Thielemann has been celebrated for his performances of works by Anton Bruckner for many years. In December 2016, he conducted the Seventh Symphony, probably the composer’s most popular work. With Christoph Streuli, violinist with the Philharmoniker since 1997, Thielemann talks about...

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Christoph Streuli Ver entrevista

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    10 dic. 2016gratis

    Gidon Kremer conversa con Walter Küssner

    The violinist Gidon Kremer is one of the great musicians of our time. He returned to the Berliner Philharmoniker in December 2016 after an absence of almost ten years, and in doing so, also celebrated his 40th anniversary as a soloist with the orchestra (plus his first appearance in the Digital...

    Gidon Kremer conversa con Walter Küssner Ver entrevista

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    03 dic. 2016gratis

    Alan Gilbert conversa con Andreas Ottensamer

    Alan Gilbert performed with the Berliner Philharmoniker for the first time in 2006, and he has returned to the orchestra on a regular basis since then with an unusually versatile repertoire. When, in December 2016, he conducted works by John Adams, Béla Bartók and Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s...

    Alan Gilbert conversa con Andreas Ottensamer Ver entrevista

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    04 nov. 2016gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre Brahms y la Segunda Escuela de Viena

    “I am a conservative who was forced to become a radical,” as the composer Arnold Schoenberg once said about himself. While contemporaries regarded him as a subverter of musical tradition, Schoenberg saw himself quite naturally as the successor of the great composers of the past. Surprisingly, he...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre Brahms y la Segunda Escuela de Viena Ver entrevista

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    28 oct. 2016gratis

    Iván Fischer conversa con Stephan Koncz

    For his concert with the Berliner Philharmoniker in October 2016, conductor Iván Fischer programmed the famous Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta by his fellow Hungarian Béla Bartók alongside works by Enescu and Mozart. The composition, commissioned by the Swiss conductor and patron Paul...

    Iván Fischer conversa con Stephan Koncz Ver entrevista

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    15 oct. 2016gratis

    Nikolai Lugansky conversa con Christoph Igelbrink

    Nikolai Lugansky is one of the most technically and musically accomplished pianists of his generation. His resumé includes major awards such as first prize at the prestigious Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow as well as performances with the world’s top orchestras. In October 2016, he finally...

    Nikolai Lugansky conversa con Christoph Igelbrink Ver entrevista

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    08 oct. 2016gratis

    Christian Gerhaher conversa con Knut Weber

    Hardly any other singer appears more regularly as a guest with the Berliner Philharmoniker than the baritone Christian Gerhaher. Following unforgettable performances in the Bach Passions, Schumann’s Scenes from Goethe’s Faust and Pelléas and Melisande, the singer returned in October 2016 for...

    Christian Gerhaher conversa con Knut Weber Ver entrevista

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    01 oct. 2016gratis

    Manfred Honeck conversa con Martin Menking

    The Austrian Manfred Honeck is one of those conductors who themselves have extensive experience as an orchestral musician: For many years, he was a member of the Vienna Philharmonic as a violist. His successful career as a conductor has taken him from positions in Zurich, Prague and Stuttgart to...

    Manfred Honeck conversa con Martin Menking Ver entrevista

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    24 sep. 2016gratis

    Daniele Gatti conversa con Bruno Delepelaire

    Daniele Gatti, who took over the direction of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam in the 2016/2017 season, enjoys success as both an opera and concert conductor. The music of the Austro-German tradition is as close to his heart as the repertoire of his Italian homeland. Plus, his...

    Daniele Gatti conversa con Bruno Delepelaire Ver entrevista

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    17 sep. 2016gratis

    John Adams conversa con Sarah Willis

    For the 2016/2017 season, the Berliner Philharmoniker appointed the American John Adams as their Artist in Residence, the first composer to hold the position. To start their year of intensive work together, Adams conducted two of his own works as part of Musikfest Berlin 2016 and, at the same...

    John Adams conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    26 ago. 2016gratis

    ¡Bienvenidos a la temporada 2016/2017!

    After returning from their summer holidays, members of the Berliner Philharmoniker welcome audiences to the 2016/2017 season and tell us which projects in the concert calendar they are most looking forward to. A wide variety of new discoveries will be provided by works of the American composer...

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    26 ago. 2016gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la Séptima Sinfonía de Mahler

    Of all Gustav Mahler’s symphonies, the composer’s seventh was always the “black sheep”, says Sir Simon Rattle in this introduction. However, for the chief conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker the Seventh Symphony, with its combination of serenade-like, folkloric atmosphere in the second and...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la Séptima Sinfonía de Mahler Ver entrevista

  • 23 jun. 2016gratis

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conversa con Sarah Willis

    In concerts at the Philharmonie, the Berlin Waldbühne and on a subsequent tour, the Berliner Philharmoniker performed three programmes under the baton of Canadian conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin in the summer of 2016. Here, the artist speaks with horn player Sarah Willis about Shostakovich’s 13th...

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    18 jun. 2016gratis

    Betsy Jolas conversa con Fergus McWilliam

    In June 2016, there was a belated, but for that all the more rewarding encounter between the Berliner Philharmoniker and Betsy Jolas. After Sir Simon Rattle got to know the composer, born in 1926, and her music, he commissioned a new work from her which was given its premiere by the...

    Betsy Jolas conversa con Fergus McWilliam Ver entrevista

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    04 jun. 2016gratis

    John Eliot Gardiner conversa con Jonathan Kelly

    John Eliot Gardiner enjoys legendary status in the music world, due in part to his recordings of Bach’s Passions and Mozart operas, among others. However, for many classical music fans, he has yet to be discovered as a conductor of Igor Stravinsky. In June 2016, he conducted the Berliner...

    John Eliot Gardiner conversa con Jonathan Kelly Ver entrevista

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    28 may. 2016gratis

    Marie-Pierre Langlamet sobre el arte de tocar el arpa

    There can hardly be another instrument that has a technique as complicated or as difficult to learn as the harp. This is especially due to the seven pedals which are used to alter the pitch of each of the strings one semitone higher or lower. The harpist Marie-Pierre Langlamet, who has been a...

    Marie-Pierre Langlamet sobre el arte de tocar el arpa Ver entrevista

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    28 may. 2016gratis

    Juanjo Mena conversa con Joaquín Riquelme García

    In May 2016, the Spanish conductor Juanjo Mena made his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in a concert with works by Debussy, Ginastera and Falla. Chief conductor of the BBC Philharmonic in Manchester since 2011, Mena’s teachers included Sergiu Celibidache, who had a turbulent history with...

    Juanjo Mena conversa con Joaquín Riquelme García Ver entrevista

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    29 abr. 2016gratis

    Andris Nelsons conversa con Gunars Upatnieks

    In the spring of 2016, Andris Nelsons conducted a work by Anton Bruckner with the Berliner Phiharmoniker for the first time: his Third Symphony. The first half of the concert included excerpts from Richard Wagner’s Parsifal. In conversation with his fellow Latvian Gunars Upatnieks who has played...

    Andris Nelsons conversa con Gunars Upatnieks Ver entrevista

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    29 abr. 2016gratis

    Wagner y Bruckner: una introducción de Susanne Stähr

    In April 2016, Andris Nelsons appeared with the Berliner Philharmoniker to conduct Bruckner’s Third Symphony. The concert opened with the Prelude to the first act and the famous Karfreitagszauber from Richard Wagner’s final music drama Parsifal. Bruckner famously admired Wagner above all others,...

    Wagner y Bruckner: una introducción de Susanne Stähr Ver entrevista

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    29 abr. 2016gratis

    Músicos de la Filarmónica de Berlín hablan sobre Anton Bruckner

    For all conductors, performing Bruckner’s symphonies is among the most demanding of tasks. It is easy to forget that due to their sheer duration alone, they also pose a great, physical challenge for orchestral musicians. Here, Matthew Hunter (viola), Thomas Leyendecker (trombone), Albrecht Mayer...

    Músicos de la Filarmónica de Berlín hablan sobre Anton Bruckner Ver entrevista

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    23 abr. 2016gratis

    Jean-Yves Thibaudet conversa con Andreas Ottensamer

    Following Jean-Yves Thibaudet’s debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker playing Ravel’s Piano Concerto for the Left Hand, the programme for his second appearance with the orchestra in April 2016 included the G Major Concerto by the same composer. The French pianist feels particularly connected to...

    Jean-Yves Thibaudet conversa con Andreas Ottensamer Ver entrevista

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    16 abr. 2016gratis

    Kirill Gerstein conversa con Raphael Haeger

    In April 2016, Kirill Gerstein made his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker performing Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto. With subtle musicality and seemingly effortless technique, Gerstein received an enthusiastic response from press and public alike. The American pianist of Russian origin...

    Kirill Gerstein conversa con Raphael Haeger Ver entrevista

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    10 abr. 2016gratis

    Seiji Ozawa es nombrado miembro de honor de la Filarmónica de Berlín

    In a concert with the Berliner Philharmoniker in the spring of 2016, Seiji Ozawa made his first appearance outside his Japanese homeland since recovering from a serious illness. The Philharmoniker took the occasion of the 50th anniversary of their work together to appoint Ozawa an honorary...

    Seiji Ozawa es nombrado miembro de honor de la Filarmónica de Berlín Ver entrevista

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    10 abr. 2016gratis

    Seiji Ozawa conversa con Daishin Kashimoto

    The multi-national make-up of the Berliner Philharmoniker means that international guest soloists and conductors regularly encounter fellow countrymen within the ranks of the orchestra. As a result, interviews such as this one from April 2016 with Seiji Ozawa and Daishin Kashimoto, 1st...

    Seiji Ozawa conversa con Daishin Kashimoto Ver entrevista

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    03 abr. 2016gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «Tristán e Isolda» de Wagner

    In addition to the cycle of the complete symphonies of Ludwig van Beethoven, the Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle’s programme for the 2015/2016 season included Richard Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde, one of the greatest challenges in music history. The most recent performances of the...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «Tristán e Isolda» de Wagner Ver entrevista

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    21 mar. 2016gratis

    Live Lounge 2016 desde el Festival de Pascua de Baden-Baden

    As at all previous Easter Festivals, the online audience had the opportunity to meet the Berliner Philharmoniker in Baden-Baden this year too. Here is the recording of this special “Meet and Greet” of 19 March. Horn player and presenter Sarah Willis invited 1st Concertmaster Noah Bendix-Balgley...

    Live Lounge 2016 desde el Festival de Pascua de Baden-Baden Ver entrevista

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    20 mar. 2016gratis

    Manfred Honeck conversa con Albrecht Mayer

    The Austrian conductor Manfred Honeck, whose debut in 2013 left a strong impression on the orchestra, stood in at short notice for an indisposed Yannick Nézet-Séguin for a Berliner Philharmoniker concert at the Easter Festival at Baden-Baden. Honeck grew up in a musical family and gained...

    Manfred Honeck conversa con Albrecht Mayer Ver entrevista

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    05 mar. 2016gratis

    Truls Mørk conversa con Ludwig Quandt

    2016 is the 100th anniversary of the birth of the French composer Henri Dutilleux. Not least for this reason, Dutilleux’s Tout un monde lointain... was programmed in a Berliner Philharmoniker concert in March 2016. The soloist was the Norwegian cellist Truls Mørk, who made his debut with the...

    Truls Mørk conversa con Ludwig Quandt Ver entrevista

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    01 mar. 2016gratis

    Opiniones de Daniel Barenboim, Iván Fischer y Sir Simon Rattle

    With works by Mozart, Beethoven and Prokofiev, the Staatskapelle Berlin, the Konzerthausorchester Berlin and the Berliner Philharmoniker welcomed refugees and aid workers at a special concert in the Philharmonie on 1 March 2016. The performance was an overwhelming success and was a moving event,...

    Opiniones de Daniel Barenboim, Iván Fischer y Sir Simon Rattle Ver entrevista

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    27 feb. 2016gratis

    Daniel Stabrawa conversa con Rainer Seegers

    Daniel Stabrawa joined the Berliner Philharmoniker in 1983 and was appointed 1st concertmaster three years later. Including Herbert von Karajan and Claudio Abbado, Sir Simon Rattle is the third of the orchestra’s chief conductors he has worked with. Stabrawa, who also performs as a chamber...

    Daniel Stabrawa conversa con Rainer Seegers Ver entrevista

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    20 feb. 2016gratis

    Stefan Dohr sobre NONcerto de Richard Ayres

    The English composer Richard Ayres, born in 1965, has already written a whole series of NONcertos, works which use humour and respectful irony to question the tradition of the solo concerto. At a Late Night concert in February 2016, members of the Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle...

    Stefan Dohr sobre NONcerto de Richard Ayres Ver entrevista

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    13 feb. 2016gratis

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre Franz Berwald y Antonín Dvořák

    In his performances with the Berliner Philharmoniker, the Swedish conductor Herbert Blomstedt has repeatedly enchanted audiences with interpretations of works of Beethoven and Bruckner. However, in February 2016, the programme included symphonies from the north and east of Europe: With Franz...

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre Franz Berwald y Antonín Dvořák Ver entrevista

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    29 ene. 2016gratis

    Iván Fischer sobre la Tercera Sinfonía de Mahler

    Iván Fischer is a regular guest of the Berliner Philharmoniker. In January 2016, he conducted a work by Gustav Mahler with the orchestra for the first time: The Third Symphony, in which Mahler captivatingly gives musical expression to flowers, birds, landscapes and seasons. This magnificent...

    Iván Fischer sobre la Tercera Sinfonía de Mahler Ver entrevista

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    23 ene. 2016gratis

    Magnus Lindberg conversa con Frank Peter Zimmermann

    Since his debut in 1985, Frank Peter Zimmermann has been one of the Berliner Philharmoniker’s closest artistic partners. In early 2016, the violinist made a guest appearance with the orchestra with a new piece – and with a new instrument: the Stradivarius “General Duport” which had just recently...

    Magnus Lindberg conversa con Frank Peter Zimmermann Ver entrevista

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    23 ene. 2016gratis

    Daniel Harding conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    At the beginning of 2016, the music world mourned the passing of Pierre Boulez, who had close ties with the Berliner Philharmoniker both as a composer and conductor. Shortly after his death, a work by Boulez had already been programmed for a concert under the direction of Daniel Harding: The...

    Daniel Harding conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

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    16 ene. 2016gratis

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Albrecht Mayer

    Since his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in 1996, Christian Thielemann has performed a fascinatingly wide-ranging repertoire with the orchestra, with music from the First Viennese School to the present day, including works by German, Austrian, Italian, Russian and French composers. Time...

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Albrecht Mayer Ver entrevista

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    09 ene. 2016gratis

    Gijs Leenaars conversa con Matthew Hunter

    The young Dutch conductor Gijs Leenaars had big shoes to fill when he took over from Simon Halsey as choir master of the Berliner Rundfunkchor at the beginning of the 2015/2016 season. Since then, he has convinced audiences and musicians with meticulous work and unerringly self-confident...

    Gijs Leenaars conversa con Matthew Hunter Ver entrevista

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    31 dic. 2015gratis

    Fiesta de Fin de Año de la Filarmónica de Berlín

    The members of the Berliner Philharmoniker are not only experts when it comes to music; they also have considerable insider knowledge of a range of cultural festive customs. As a warm-up act for the 2015/2016 New Year’s Eve Concert, some of the musicians demonstrated the festive rituals from...

    Fiesta de Fin de Año de la Filarmónica de Berlín Ver entrevista

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    20 dic. 2015gratis

    Peter Sellars conversa con Sarah Willis

    The staging of the two Bach Passions with the Berliner Philharmoniker by Peter Sellars already enjoy legendary status. So it was no great surprise that the American was chosen when the orchestra appointed a director for the first time as its Artist in Residence. The central project of this...

    Peter Sellars conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    06 dic. 2015gratis

    Till Fellner conversa con Knut Weber

    In December 2015, the Austrian pianist Till Fellner made his Berliner Philharmoniker debut with Mozart’s Piano Concerto in C major, K. 503. Fellner has won, among others, first prize at the Clara Haskil International Piano Competition in 1993, and has performed with numerous world-class...

    Till Fellner conversa con Knut Weber Ver entrevista

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    01 dic. 2015gratis

    François-Xavier Roth conversa con Sebastian Krunnies

    In this interview, the violist Sebastian Krunnies meets the French conductor François-Xavier Roth who made his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in December 2015. Roth is Generalmusikdirektor of the city of Cologne and has been chief conductor of the SWR Sinfonieorchester since 2011. With...

    François-Xavier Roth conversa con Sebastian Krunnies Ver entrevista

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    30 oct. 2015gratis

    Baiba Skride conversa con Philipp Bohnen

    The Latvian violinist Baiba Skride made a successful debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in 2010 with Alban Berg’s Violin Concerto. Her compatriot Andris Nelsons, who was also celebrating his debut with the orchestra at that time, was on the podium when the violinist returned to Berlin in...

    Baiba Skride conversa con Philipp Bohnen Ver entrevista

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    24 oct. 2015gratis

    Piotr Anderszewski conversa con Krzysztof Polonek

    As a performer of works by Bach, Mozart, Schumann and Bartók to name but a few, Piotr Anderszewski is regarded as one of the most distinguished and insightful pianists of our time. He has a particular affection for Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Piano Concerto in C minor which he performed together...

    Piotr Anderszewski conversa con Krzysztof Polonek Ver entrevista

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    19 oct. 2015gratis

    Entre bastidores: los 12 violonchelistas tocan tango

    Tangos have been a part of the repertoire of the 12 Cellists of the Berliner Philharmoniker for many years. The works of Astor Piazzolla in particular are the perfect combination of melancholy and verve, cantabile and rhythmic conciseness, entertainment value and compositional demands. The...

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    16 oct. 2015gratis

    Simon Rattle sobre las Sinfonías de Beethoven

    The performance of all nine symphonies by Ludwig van Beethoven was the outstanding artistic project of the Berliner Philharmoniker and their chief conductor, Sir Simon Rattle in the 2015/2016 season. To celebrate the cycle, he talks to the journalist Shirley Apthorp about his view of the works:...

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    26 sep. 2015gratis

    Gil Shaham conversa con Julia Gartemann

    The Israeli-American violinist Gil Shaham made his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in 1988 when he was 17, and since then he has returned to play with the orchestra on many occasions. He has had an even longer connection with Zubin Mehta with whom he performed as an 11-year-old prodigy....

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    19 sep. 2015gratis

    Tomi Mäkelä sobre Carl Nielsen y Arnold Schönberg

    As 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Carl Nielsen, the works of the Danish composer formed a central theme of Musikfest Berlin. Under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle, the Berliner Philharmoniker performed his Fourth Symphony, known as “The Inextinguishable”. The concert also...

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    13 sep. 2015gratis

    Matthias Pintscher conversa con Raphael Haeger

    The composer Matthias Pintscher, who received a commission from Claudio Abbado at the age of only 25, has had many of his works performed by the Berliner Philharmoniker. As a conductor, Pintscher made his debut with the orchestra in September 2015. In addition to his own Violin Concerto mar’eh...

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    28 ago. 2015gratis

    ¡Bienvenidos a la temporada 2015/2016!

    In the traditional welcome video to the Berliner Philharmoniker’s new season, Sir Simon Rattle and members of the orchestra talk about the highlights of the coming year. Of course, there is considerable excitement about one particular key project of the season: the cycle of the complete...

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    25 jun. 2015gratis

    Unsuk Chin y Barbara Hannigan sobre «El silencio de las sirenas»

    Hardly any singer works together as intensively or as regularly with contemporary composers as the Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan. The audience of the Berliner Philharmoniker has heard her in recent years in – among other things – works by Henri Dutilleux, Hans Abrahamsen and György Ligeti....

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    20 jun. 2015gratis

    Christian Tetzlaff sobre su temporada como Artista Residente

    In this video, Christian Tetzlaff discusses the 2014/2015 season when he was Artist in Residence with the Berliner Philharmoniker. His performances ranged from a solo recital to chamber music concerts with members of the orchestra and a programme with the Orchestra Academy to a performance of...

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    12 jun. 2015gratis

    Barbara Hannigan sobre Kurt Weill y William Walton

    In June 2015, the Canadian singer Barbara Hannigan gave another concert in the popular Late Night series together with members of the Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle. Accompanied by Rattle, who also makes an appearance as a pianist, she sang not only three songs by Kurt Weill, but...

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    06 jun. 2015gratis

    Jörg Widmann sobre «Teufel Amor»

    Jörg Widmann is one of the most successful composers of the younger generation, also, as a clarinetist who performs all over the world, he is unusually well acquainted with the technical and tonal possibilities of orchestral instruments. After the Berliner Philharmoniker premiered Widmann’s...

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    06 jun. 2015gratis

    Daniel Barenboim conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    After Daniel Barenboim conducted Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony with the Berliner Philharmoniker for the 2014 European Concert, another work by the Russian composer was programmed for his next concert with the orchestra in June 2015: With the “Pathétique”, Tchaikovsky’s sixth and final...

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    30 may. 2015gratis

    Miembros de la Filarmónica de Berlín recuerdan a Lorin Maazel

    The American Lorin Maazel was one of the very few child prodigy conductors – at the age of only nine, he stood before an orchestra at a public concert for the first time. Born in 1930, he also had a career as a violinist and composer, but above all, he became one of the most successful maestros...

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    24 may. 2015gratis

    Gianandrea Noseda conversa con Stanley Dodds

    Gianandrea Noseda is one of the many distinguished conductors who the classical music business has Italy, the motherland of music, to thank for. Noseda made his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in May of 2015 with a programme that demonstrated the maestro’s versatility. With the famous...

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    16 may. 2015gratis

    Yuja Wang conversa con Andreas Ottensamer

    For years, audiences and critics have raved about Yuja Wang, about the extreme virtuosity and unusual sense of timbre the Chinese pianist possesses. It was therefore only a matter of time before she was invited to perform with the Berliner Philharmoniker, and in May 2015, the moment had come:...

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    10 may. 2015gratis

    Mariss Jansons conversa con Gábor Tarkövi

    Since Mariss Jansons won the Herbert von Karajan Competition in 1971, the career of Latvian maestro has been closely linked with the Berliner Philharmoniker. In the early summer of 2015, the conductor led the orchestra in works by Béla Bartók, Dmitri Shostakovich and Maurice Ravel. To mark the...

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    10 may. 2015gratis

    Frank Peter Zimmermann conversa con Rüdiger Liebermann

    Over the years, Frank Peter Zimmermann has performed almost all of the major violin concertos with the Berliner Philharmoniker, and in the Digital Concert Hall alone you can find the musician playing works by Mozart, Brahms, Hindemith and Martinů. When, in May 2015, the violinist performed...

    Frank Peter Zimmermann conversa con Rüdiger Liebermann Ver entrevista

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    25 abr. 2015gratis

    Andris Nelsons y Håkan Hardenberger conversan con Sarah Willis

    Since 2010, the Latvian conductor Andris Nelsons has been invited to appear with the Berliner Philharmoniker every season, while the famous Swedish trumpeter Håkan Hardenberger celebrated his debut with the orchestra in April of 2015. What makes this combination of conductor and soloist so...

    Andris Nelsons y Håkan Hardenberger conversan con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    11 abr. 2015gratis

    Joyce DiDonato conversa con Tobias Möller

    The American mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato has been one of the most famous singers for a number of years and yet she has never been tempted to succumb to the airs of a diva, as the likeable superstar relates in this conversation. The interview marked a concert performance of Hector Berlioz’s La...

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    12 mar. 2015gratis

    Obras de Messiaen, Debussy y Duruflé - Una introducción de Simon Halsey

    In Donald Runnicles’s wide-ranging repertoire, French music occupies an important position. In March of 2015, the Scottish conductor made a guest appearance with an evening à la française with the Berliner Philharmoniker. The programme included works by Olivier Messiaen, Claude Debussy and...

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    06 mar. 2015gratis

    Isabelle Faust conversa con Wieland Welzel

    Ludwig van Beethoven did not write a cadenza for his violin concerto, but he did write one for the version for piano and orchestra which he himself created. The violinist Isabelle Faust performed the violin concerto in a concert with the Berliner Philharmoniker in March 2015 and decided to play...

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    06 mar. 2015gratis

    Bernard Haitink conversa con Klaus Wallendorf

    There are few conductors who enjoy such great respect worldwide as Bernard Haitink, who has maintained a musical agility despite his age, and remains incredibly modest despite his great success. In a concert with the Berliner Philharmoniker in March of 2015, the chief conductor of many years of...

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    28 feb. 2015gratis

    Valeri Guérguiev conversa con Matthew Hunter

    In February 2015, the Russian conductor Valery Gergiev returned as a guest to the Philharmonie in Berlin to present Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto with soloist Hélène Grimaud and Sergei Prokofiev’s rarely heard Sixth Symphony. On the occasion of this performance, the artist spoke to Matthew...

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    05 feb. 2015gratis

    Simon Rattle conversa con Vesa Sirén

    In this extensive interview, Sir Simon Rattle talks to the Finnish music journalist Vesa Sirén about Jean Sibelius, who Rattle considers to be among the most important symphonic composers in music history. The conversation took place in February 2015 on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of...

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    27 ene. 2015gratis

    Amnon Weinstein sobre los Violines de la Esperanza

    On the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp, an emotional concert was given under the title Violins of Hope in the Chamber Music Hall. Sir Simon Rattle conducted the Adagietto from Mahler’s Fifth Symphony, and the programme included other works by Johann Sebastian...

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    24 ene. 2015gratis

    Christian Gerhaher, Gijs Leenaars y Christian Thielemann sobre «Un réquiem alemán» de Brahms

    Johannes Brahms’s German Requiem is one of the most famous sacred works of the 19th century – not least because due to its Protestant basis, it differs so significantly from the settings of the Latin mass by Mozart or Verdi. The Berliner Philharmoniker performed the work in January 2015 under...

    Christian Gerhaher, Gijs Leenaars y Christian Thielemann sobre «Un réquiem alemán» de Brahms Ver entrevista

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    17 ene. 2015gratis

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Amadeus Heutling

    In January 2015, Christian Thielemann conducted a work by Ludwig van Beethoven with the Berliner Philharmoniker for the first time – the “Eroica” – almost twenty years after he made his debut here. In this interview given to mark this occasion, the conductor discusses among other things his...

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Amadeus Heutling Ver entrevista

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    10 ene. 2015gratis

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre la Octava Sinfonía de Bruckner

    Bruckner’s symphonies are considered an area of expertise of experienced conductors; Firstly, because their interpretation benefits from the patience that comes with age, and secondly because understanding the dimensions of their depths requires decades of study. Herbert Blomstedt is not only...

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    20 dic. 2014gratis

    Jörg Widmann conversa con Dominik Wollenweber

    The flute and the violin concerto by Jörg Widmann had already been performed by the Berliner Philharmoniker when the orchestra premiered the first piano concerto by the composer under the direction of Simon Rattle in December 2014. To mark this event, Widmann was interviewed by Dominik...

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    13 dic. 2014gratis

    Tugan Sokhiev conversa con Stanley Dodds

    Since his debut in 2010, the Ossetian conductor Tugan Sokhiev has made regular guest appearances with the Berliner Philharmoniker. In December 2014, the programme was a Russian evening with works by Liadov, Prokofiev and Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony. To mark the event, Sokhiev spoke with...

    Tugan Sokhiev conversa con Stanley Dodds Ver entrevista

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    29 nov. 2014gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «Viaje de invierno» de Schubert

    Sir Simon Rattle sees Franz Schubert’s famous song cycle Winterreise as a major inspiration for later composers such as Mahler and Schoenberg. In its subjective yet sensitive treatment, Hans Zender’s adaptation of the work for voice and 24 instrumentalists brings out the latently modern aspects...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «Viaje de invierno» de Schubert Ver entrevista

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    29 nov. 2014gratis

    Christian Elsner sobre «Viaje de invierno» de Schubert

    Anyone who was there will remember the concert performance of Wagner’s Die Walküre in the summer of 2012 and the persuasive interpretation of the role of Siegmund by the tenor Christian Elsner. For Hans Zender’s adaptation of Franz Schubert’s Winterreise, Elsner returned to the Philharmonie in...

    Christian Elsner sobre «Viaje de invierno» de Schubert Ver entrevista

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    22 nov. 2014gratis

    Alan Gilbert conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    A Bach cantata and the third symphonies of Felix Mendelssohn and Carl Nielsen respectively were heard in a concert which the Berliner Philharmoniker gave in November 2014 under the baton of Alan Gilbert. The chief conductor of the New York Philharmonic can be regarded as a specialist in...

    Alan Gilbert conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

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    09 nov. 2014gratis

    El caso del Muro de Berlín - Recuerdos de la Filarmónica de Berlín

    Many current members of the Berliner Philharmoniker were playing in the orchestra before the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany. They include first concertmaster Daniel Stabrawa, violinist Madeleine Caruzzo, violinist Peter Brem, oboist Andreas Wittmann and horn player...

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    09 nov. 2014gratis

    El caso del Muro de Berlín - Recuerdos de Sir Simon Rattle

    On 9 November 2014, Sir Simon Rattle conducted a gala concert for the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The programme included Karol Szymanowski’s Stabat mater and Ludwig van Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. In this short video, Sir Simon tells of his memories of the day the wall opened.

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    31 oct. 2014gratis

    Emmanuelle Haïm conversa con Jonathan Kelly

    The French Emmanuelle Haïm played with the Berliner Philharmoniker as long ago as 2002, when she took over the harpsichord part in performances of Bach’s St. John Passion under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle. This was followed in 2008 by Handel’s Ode for St Cecilia’s Day with which she made her...

    Emmanuelle Haïm conversa con Jonathan Kelly Ver entrevista

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    25 oct. 2014gratis

    Daniele Gatti conversa con Tobias Möller

    Daniele Gatti, who has held senior positions at such major addresses as Zurich Opera, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden and the Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, takes up his new position as chief conductor of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam in the...

    Daniele Gatti conversa con Tobias Möller Ver entrevista

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    18 oct. 2014gratis

    Emanuel Ax conversa con Matthew Hunter

    Since 1988, the American pianist of Polish origin Emanuel Ax has appeared as a guest with the Berliner Philharmoniker, where he was Pianist in Residence in the 2005/2006 season. In many of their concerts together, he impressed audiences with his sensitive yet unsentimental Mozart playing. In...

    Emanuel Ax conversa con Matthew Hunter Ver entrevista

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    26 sep. 2014gratis

    Winrich Hopp conversa con Benedikt von Bernstorff

    Since 2006, the musicologist Winrich Hopp has been the artistic director of Musikfest Berlin whose programming has captivated press and public alike due to the way it constantly sheds new light on the symphony orchestra’s Classical-Romantic core repertoire by juxtaposing it with contemporary...

    Winrich Hopp conversa con Benedikt von Bernstorff Ver entrevista

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    25 sep. 2014gratis

    Músicos de la Filarmónica de Berlín sobre el ciclo Brahms/Schumann

    The four symphonies of both Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms belong of course to the core repertoire played by the Berliner Philharmoniker on a regular basis. But over four evenings during the 2014 Musikfest Berlin, the numerically corresponding symphonies of both composers were juxtaposed –...

    Músicos de la Filarmónica de Berlín sobre el ciclo Brahms/Schumann Ver entrevista

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    19 sep. 2014gratis

    Berliner Philharmoniker Recordings – El sello de la Filarmónica de Berlín

    The audiovisual “Declaration of Independence” by the Berliner Philharmoniker with the Digital Concert Hall which started in 2008 was followed in 2014 by the founding of their own CD label with the name Berliner Philharmoniker Recordings. In a rapidly changing classical music market, the...

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    18 sep. 2014gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre el ciclo Schumann/Brahms

    Robert Schumann was committed to supporting the young Johannes Brahms who, in turn, honoured Schumann’s memory after his death. They also both held Clara Schumann in great affection, without doubt the great love in the lives of both composers. As an early highlight of the 2014/2015 season and at...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre el ciclo Schumann/Brahms Ver entrevista

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    13 sep. 2014gratis

    Patricia Kopatchinskaja conversa con Ulrich Knörzer

    Patricia Kopatchinskaja is considered one of the younger generation’s most exciting violinists. Both her unconventional and idiosyncratic interpretations of well-known classical repertoire and her commitment to contemporary music have caused a sensation and enthralled audiences. She has a close...

    Patricia Kopatchinskaja conversa con Ulrich Knörzer Ver entrevista

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    30 ago. 2014gratis

    La Filarmónica de Berlín saluda la nueva temporada

    It has become a tradition that members of the Berliner Philharmoniker welcome the audience of the Digital Concert Hall at the beginning of a new season in a short film. To start the 2014/2015 season, the musicians of the orchestra put on record what concerts they were especially looking forward...

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    18 jun. 2014gratis

    «La pregunta sin respuesta» – Una introducción musical

    The Unanswered Question by Charles Ives lasts less than six minutes and yet is one of the landmarks of modern music as well as one of the most original American contributions to music history. In the piece, composed between 1906 and 1908, an increasingly confused and excited offstage ensemble...

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    18 jun. 2014gratis

    Músicos de la Filarmónica de Berlín sobre Daniel Barenboim

    Daniel Barenboim debuted as pianist with the Berliner Philharmoniker in June 1964. Conducted by Pierre Boulez, the programme included Béla Bartók’s First Piano Concerto. Fifty years later, Barenboim and the orchestra celebrated a half century of intense and exhilarating collaboration with a...

    Músicos de la Filarmónica de Berlín sobre Daniel Barenboim Ver entrevista

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    07 jun. 2014gratis

    Bruno Delepelaire y Máté Szücs conversan con Sarah Willis

    As the Berliner Philharmoniker are a collection of outstanding virtuosos, every concert where a member of the orchestra appears as a soloist, is looked forward to by audiences with eager anticipation. In June 2014, Semyon Bychkov conducted this concert which in addition to Schubert’s “Great”...

    Bruno Delepelaire y Máté Szücs conversan con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    31 may. 2014gratis

    Hilary Hahn conversa con Albrecht Mayer

    Despite her youth, the violinist Hilary Hahn can already look back on a long and extraordinary career. The artist has played with all the renowned orchestras of the world; since her debut in 1999, she has performed numerous times with the Berliner Philharmoniker. Almost no other violinist has so...

    Hilary Hahn conversa con Albrecht Mayer Ver entrevista

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    24 may. 2014gratis

    Sol Gabetta conversa con Stephan Koncz

    Cellist Sol Gabetta is not only one of the most successful musicians of her generation, but also one of the most cosmopolitan. Her family roots extend to France and Russia; Gabetta grew up in Argentina; her musical training brought her to Europe when she was just ten years old, where she studied...

    Sol Gabetta conversa con Stephan Koncz Ver entrevista

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    24 may. 2014gratis

    Krzysztof Urbański conversa con Krzysztof Polonek

    Krzysztof Urbański is one of the most successful conductors of his generation. At a young age he took on leading positions, including with the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra. In May 2014, he celebrated his debut with the...

    Krzysztof Urbański conversa con Krzysztof Polonek Ver entrevista

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    17 may. 2014gratis

    Miembros de la Filarmónica de Berlín recuerdan a Claudio Abbado

    Claudio Abbado died on 20 January 2014. He was the principal conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker from 1990 to 2002, and every May since then he had returned to the orchestral rostrum. On the occasion of the memorial concert with works by Schubert, Mozart and Bruckner, orchestra musicians...

    Miembros de la Filarmónica de Berlín recuerdan a Claudio Abbado Ver entrevista

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    10 may. 2014gratis

    Unsuk Chin conversa con Helge Grünewald

    The Korean Unsuk Chin is among the most significant composers of our time. A pupil of Ligeti, who has received many awards and has been living in Berlin since 1988, her work is appreciated by conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle, Gustavo Dudamel and Kent Nagano; the latter conducted the...

    Unsuk Chin conversa con Helge Grünewald Ver entrevista

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    16 abr. 2014gratis

    Live Lounge desde el Festival de Pascua de Baden-Baden

    Music fans question the musicians: In our live Hangout at the Baden-Baden Easter Festival 2014, the global audience were again able to put fascinating, funny and thoughtful questions to members of the Berliner Philharmoniker and soprano Eva-Marie Westbroek. The recording of this event is now...

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    22 mar. 2014gratis

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    The Canadian Yannick Nézet-Séguin is one of the most gifted and successful conductors of the younger generation. He has already taken up a significant number of important posts with great orchestras in Canada, North America and Europe, including as principal conductor of the Philadelphia...

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

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    22 mar. 2014gratis

    Andreas Blau conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    Andreas Blau, whose father was also a member of the Berliner Philharmoniker, took the position of principal flutist with the orchestra at the age of 20 after brief studies. After Karajan and Abbado, Sir Simon Rattle is now the third principal conductor he has experienced in his orchestra career....

    Andreas Blau conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

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    15 mar. 2014gratis

    Bernard Haitink conversa con Peter Brem

    Since his debut in 1964, the Dutch conductor Bernard Haitink has collaborated particularly closely with the Berliner Philharmoniker. In conversation with the violinist Peter Brem, a member of the orchestra since 1970, Haitink recounts his encounters with Claudio Abbado and Herbert von Karajan,...

    Bernard Haitink conversa con Peter Brem Ver entrevista

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    28 feb. 2014gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle y Peter Sellars conversan con Andy King-Dabbs

    Sir Simon Rattle got to know the St John Passion only at 30; for a long time Peter Sellars considered the work a mere preliminary study to St Matthew Passion. In conversation with English music film director Andy King-Dabbs the composer and director tell how they each discovered the music’s...

    Sir Simon Rattle y Peter Sellars conversan con Andy King-Dabbs Ver entrevista

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    22 feb. 2014gratis

    Georg Friedrich Haas conversa con Götz Teutsch

    In conversation with Götz Teutsch, formerly principal cellist of the Berliner Philharmoniker, Austrian composer Georg Friedrich Haas tells of his collaboration with Sir Simon Rattle and the Berliner Philharmoniker to premiere his work dark dreams. In addition, we learn how his childhood memories...

    Georg Friedrich Haas conversa con Götz Teutsch Ver entrevista

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    15 feb. 2014gratis

    Mitsuko Uchida conversa con Ludwig Quandt

    Hardly any other soloist performs as regularly with the Berliner Philharmoniker as Mitsuko Uchida, who is represented in the Digital Concert Hall, for instance, with a complete cycle of Ludwig van Beethoven’s piano concertos. The mainstays of her repertoire are in Austro-German and French music,...

    Mitsuko Uchida conversa con Ludwig Quandt Ver entrevista

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    08 feb. 2014gratis

    Herbert Blomstedt habla sobre «Matías el pintor» de Paul Hindemith

    Every year the Swedish conductor Herbert Blomstedt is guest conductor with the Berliner Philharmoniker; his interpretations of works by Beethoven and Bruckner in particular have made unforgettable impressions on the audience. But also more rarely played, underappreciated composers like Paul...

    Herbert Blomstedt habla sobre «Matías el pintor» de Paul Hindemith Ver entrevista

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    01 feb. 2014gratis

    Alan Gilbert y Magnus Lindberg conversan con Sarah Willis

    Kraft is coming home!” the Finnish composer Magnus Lindberg declares in conversation with conductor Alan Gilbert and French horn player Sarah Willis. Gilbert has already performed the experimental composition in different locations. The Berlin audience has a chance to hear the piece for the...

    Alan Gilbert y Magnus Lindberg conversan con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    25 ene. 2014gratis

    Zubin Mehta conversa con Martin Stegner

    Zubin Mehta and Claudio Abbado knew each other for more than half a century, and a close friendship developed between the two musicians over this time. The first concert after the former principal conductor’s death was dedicated to Abbado’s memory. In the interview for the interval, Mehta tells...

    Zubin Mehta conversa con Martin Stegner Ver entrevista

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    18 ene. 2014gratis

    Marlis Petersen conversa con Eva-Maria Tomasi

    Marlis Petersen became internationally known as the temperamental and virtuoso title heroine in Alban Berg’s opera Lulu. In January 2014 she debuted with the Berliner Philharmoniker with George Crumb’s Ancient Voices of Children. On this occasion, Petersen speaks here with the violinist...

    Marlis Petersen conversa con Eva-Maria Tomasi Ver entrevista

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    11 ene. 2014gratis

    Menahem Pressler conversa con Carolin Pirich

    The 90-year old Menahem Pressler recounts in conversation with the journalist Carolin Pirich the great importance that Mozart’s music has had in his life (“without Mozart we couldn’t fly”). Furthermore, we learn that even as a soloist the most important thing is not “to shine”, of encounters...

    Menahem Pressler conversa con Carolin Pirich Ver entrevista

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    11 ene. 2014gratis

    Semyon Bychkov conversa con Madeleine Carruzzo

    The conductor Semyon Bychkov has been invited to work with the Berliner Philharmoniker on a regular basis. In his interview with violinist Madeleine Carruzzo, Bychkov tells of memories of his Russian homeland, which he left when he was 22. In addition, the conductor talks about his affinity with...

    Semyon Bychkov conversa con Madeleine Carruzzo Ver entrevista

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    21 dic. 2013gratis

    Barbara Hannigan conversa con Hans Abrahamsen y Paul Griffiths

    Hans Abraham’s three-part song cycle Let me tell you shows emotional states such as love, hope, desperation and mania in fascinating soundscapes that the composer seems to have learned about by listening directly to nature. The text is from writer Paul Griffiths, who composed a monologue using...

    Barbara Hannigan conversa con Hans Abrahamsen y Paul Griffiths Ver entrevista

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    15 dic. 2013gratis

    Daniel Harding conversa con Matthew Hunter

    The English conductor Daniel Harding admires Robert Schumann more than most other composers, and considers Scenes from Goethe’s Faust one of his favourite works. In the dialogue in the interval with violist Matthew Hunter, Harding speaks of his attachment to Schumann and the challenges that life...

    Daniel Harding conversa con Matthew Hunter Ver entrevista

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    06 dic. 2013gratis

    Gustavo Dudamel conversa con Sarah Willis

    Sarah Willis brings along two bags of popcorn to this conversation with the conductor Gustavo Dudamel – no wonder, given that the concert was broadcast live to movie theaters. Both of them turn out to be accomplished amateur pianists, playing music by Igor Stravinsky. Finally, the conductor...

    Gustavo Dudamel conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    06 dic. 2013gratis

    Gustavo Dudamel conversa con Edicson Ruiz

    Like Edicson Ruiz, double-bass player with the Berliner Philharmoniker, Gustavo Dudamel is originally from Venezuela, and both of them received their first musical inspiration in the legendary education project El Systema. The musician friends take this concert, consisting of works by Beethoven,...

    Gustavo Dudamel conversa con Edicson Ruiz Ver entrevista

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    02 nov. 2013gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle habla sobre las Sinfonías de Schumann

    The performance of all the Schumann symphonies was a core project of the Berliner Philharmoniker and their principal conductor in 2013. In this introduction, Simon Rattle speaks about the four works and why he thinks it’s wrong to interpret them in the style of Brahms or even Wagner – while...

    Sir Simon Rattle habla sobre las Sinfonías de Schumann Ver entrevista

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    27 oct. 2013gratis

    Thomas Quasthoff conversa con Christoph Franke

    The great bass baritone Thomas Quasthoff sang with the Berliner Philharmoniker over a period of many years before retiring from the stage as singer in 2012. He uses his return to the orchestra in October 2013 in the role of speaker in Schönberg’s Gurre-Lieder as an occasion to speak about the...

    Thomas Quasthoff conversa con Christoph Franke Ver entrevista

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    20 oct. 2013gratis

    La inauguración de la Philharmonie de Berlín en 1963 - Recuerdos de Rudolf Weinsheimer

    The cellist Rudolf Weinsheimer was a member of the Berliner Philharmoniker from 1956 to 1996, and he experienced the building of the Philharmonie first-hand. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the official opening, he tells here about the origins of this unique concert hall, about the...

    La inauguración de la Philharmonie de Berlín en 1963 - Recuerdos de Rudolf Weinsheimer Ver entrevista

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    19 oct. 2013gratis

    Introducción de Simon Halsey

    On the occasion of the revival of Bach’s St Matthew Passion, Simon Halsey, principal conductor of the Rundfunkchor Berlin, speaks in his accustomed eloquent and entertaining manner about the never-ending search for the “right” Bach interpretation and about the particular challenges for his choir...

    Introducción de Simon Halsey Ver entrevista

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    19 oct. 2013gratis

    Peter Sellars conversa con Mark Padmore

    The American director Peter Sellars and the English tenor Mark Padmore speak about their joint work on the St Matthew Passion. It was such an exhilarating experience for both performers and audience that in 2013, three years after the premiere, it was decided to stage a revival.

    Peter Sellars conversa con Mark Padmore Ver entrevista

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    11 oct. 2013gratis

    Karl-Heinz Steffens conversa con Walter Seyfarth

    Karl-Heinz Steffens and Walter Seyfarth played clarinet jointly with the Berliner Philharmoniker for many years before Steffens decided to give up his position as principal and embark upon a career as conductor. On the occasion of his debut as conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker, Steffens...

    Karl-Heinz Steffens conversa con Walter Seyfarth Ver entrevista

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    04 oct. 2013gratis

    Reinhard Goebel conversa con Raimar Orlovsky

    Reinhard Goebel has been leading the Ensemble Musica Antiqua Köln, which he founded, for more than 30 years – and it has been a global success. In the meanwhile he has also made a name for himself as conductor with national and international symphony orchestras. In conversation with Reimar...

    Reinhard Goebel conversa con Raimar Orlovsky Ver entrevista

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    28 sep. 2013gratis

    Daniel Harding conversa con Rachel Helleur

    The Berliner Philharmoniker are well acquainted with Daniel Harding, ever since his debut here at the age of just 21. The former assistant to Claudio Abbado and Sir Simon Rattle shares with the two of them their great passion for Mahler’s music, especially his last works. Music lovers debate...

    Daniel Harding conversa con Rachel Helleur Ver entrevista

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    21 sep. 2013gratis

    Antoni Wit conversa con Krzysztof Polonek

    Krzysztof Penderecki’s monumental St Luke Passion fascinates us with its successful fusion of tradition and avantgarde compositional techniques, ranging from twelve-tone rows to clusters to noisy and spoken passages. In September 2013 the Berliner Philharmoniker applied themselves to the work,...

    Antoni Wit conversa con Krzysztof Polonek Ver entrevista

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    14 sep. 2013gratis

    Thomas Zehetmair conversa con Eva-Maria Tomasi

    Leoš Janáček’s Violin Concerto with the poetic sobriquet “Pilgrimage of the Soul” remained unfinished, but the version compiled based on the composer’s sketches reveals all his music’s typical characteristics: uncompromisingly repeated motivic cells, surprising sound effects and abrupt lyrical...

    Thomas Zehetmair conversa con Eva-Maria Tomasi Ver entrevista

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    08 sep. 2013gratis

    Christian Gerhaher conversa con Albrecht Mayer

    Known in equal measure as concert singer, opera singer and Lieder singer, Christian Gerhaher is one of the most prominent musicians of our time. For the 2013-14 season, he was appointed Artist in Residence with the Berliner Philharmoniker. To kick off the year of collaboration, the baritone...

    Christian Gerhaher conversa con Albrecht Mayer Ver entrevista

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    08 sep. 2013gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre Witold Lutosławski

    Una fuerza arcaica como procedente de un pasado indómito y lejano se mezcla en la Misa Glagolítica de Leoš Janáček con una progresista vitalidad. Una mirada parecida hacia atrás y adelante se encuentra en las Canciones de un camarada errante de Gustav Mahler, que combinan una innovadora...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre Witold Lutosławski Ver entrevista

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    23 ago. 2013gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle presenta la nueva temporada

    At this press conference, music director Sir Simon Rattle presents the plans for the 2013-14 season. The home base of the Berliner Philharmoniker, Hans Scharoun’s inspired concert hall, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its opening. Which is why in a festive concert all the building’s...

    Sir Simon Rattle presenta la nueva temporada Ver entrevista

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    15 jun. 2013gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle conversa con James Jolly

    There are some works musicians feel particularly close to for the whole of their lives, and for Simon Rattle, Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem has been such a work, especially in the early years of his career. On the occasion of a performance for the 100th anniversary of Benjamin Britten’s birth...

    Sir Simon Rattle conversa con James Jolly Ver entrevista

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    31 may. 2013gratis

    Albrecht Dümling sobre Notations de Boulez

    Pierre Boulez’s Notations which were conceived as piano works and later orchestrated by the composer himself, are among the most important works of contemporary music. Sir Simon Rattle has felt a deep reverence for Boulez since his student days, and the Notations in particular belong to the...

    Albrecht Dümling sobre [Notations] de Boulez Ver entrevista

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    31 may. 2013gratis

    Albrecht Dümling sobre la Sinfonía núm. 7 de Bruckner

    After years of failure, Anton Bruckner succeeded in establishing his reputation as a symphonic composer with the acclaimed premiere of his Seventh Symphony. The popularity of the work continues to this day, most likely due in part to the wealth of melody in the first movement and the massive...

    Albrecht Dümling sobre la Sinfonía núm. 7 de Bruckner Ver entrevista

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    25 may. 2013gratis

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre Beethoven y Nielsen

    Herbert Blomstedt, who still radiates an unusual youthfulness and curiosity at more than 80 years of age, is one of the great conductors of our time. Moreover, hardly anyone talks about music as so vividly and entertainingly as he does. Beethoven’s Fourth Symphony, perhaps because of its...

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre Beethoven y Nielsen Ver entrevista

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    19 may. 2013gratis

    Konstantia Gourzi sobre la colaboración con Claudio Abbado

    “It is an honour and a pleasure to rehearse something for Claudio Abbado,” says the Greek composer and conductor Konstantia Gourzi in this concert introduction. For the performance of Felix Mendelssohn’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, the musician prepared the choral passages with the ladies of the...

    Konstantia Gourzi sobre la colaboración con Claudio Abbado Ver entrevista

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    19 may. 2013gratis

    Sinfonía fantástica de Berlioz: Un pequeño comentario sobre los instrumentos con Philipp Bohnen

    Hector Berlioz’ Symphonie fantastique is a score of excesses, a musical portrayal of drug-induced fantasies. Nevertheless, it is a very artfully constructed work in which the composer employs the instruments of his time in a virtuoso and innovative way. In our video, Philipp Bohnen, violinist...

    Sinfonía fantástica de Berlioz: Un pequeño comentario sobre los instrumentos con Philipp Bohnen Ver entrevista

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    10 may. 2013gratis

    Jaap van Zweden conversa con Christoph Streuli

    Jaap van Zweden began his musical career as a 19-year-old with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam – not as a conductor but as a concertmaster. In 1996, he exchanged his violin for a baton and launched an international career as a conductor. Currently head of the Dallas Symphony...

    Jaap van Zweden conversa con Christoph Streuli Ver entrevista

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    27 abr. 2013gratis

    Brett Dean: la composición de «Los últimos días de Sócrates»

    Two exciting approaches to instilling new life into the genre of oratorio were presented by the Berliner Philharmoniker, the Rundfunkchor Berlin and Sir Simon Rattle in April 2013. One of the works – Brett Dean’s The Last Days of Socrates – was given its world premiere, the other – Michael...

    Brett Dean: la composición de «Los últimos días de Sócrates» Ver entrevista

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    27 abr. 2013gratis

    Simon Halsey sobre «Un niño de nuestro tiempo» de Michael Tippett

    Michael Tippett’s A Child of Our Time has established itself since the 1940s as one of the outstanding British choral works. At the concert in the Berlin Philharmonie in April 2013, Brett Dean’s The Last Days of Socrates was paired with Tippett’s work. For the listener, it was particularly...

    Simon Halsey sobre «Un niño de nuestro tiempo» de Michael Tippett Ver entrevista

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    20 abr. 2013gratis

    Leonidas Kavakos sobre el Concierto para violín de Dutilleux

    In the 2012/2013 season, the Berliner Philharmoniker invited a violinist as Artist in Residence for the first time: Leonidas Kavakos, who made his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker with Sibelius’s Violin Concerto in 2003. In the following years, he was also heard with the orchestra as the...

    Leonidas Kavakos sobre el Concierto para violín de Dutilleux Ver entrevista

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    13 abr. 2013gratis

    Paavo Järvi sobre su colaboración con la Filarmónica de Berlín

    In the concert in April 2013, Paavo Järvi revealed a range of different qualities: In Beethoven’s First Symphony, he succeeded in making a core work of the symphonic repertoire sound as fresh and new as if it had just come from the composer’s pen. But Järvi also showed himself to be the...

    Paavo Järvi sobre su colaboración con la Filarmónica de Berlín Ver entrevista

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    07 abr. 2013gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «La flauta mágica» de Mozart

    Concert performances of opera can be tricky things. Can the action, the drama, really come across without sets or costumes? The recent performance of Mozartʼs Magic Flute in the Berlin Philharmonie with Simon Rattle at the podium showed just how wonderfully – and wonderfully dramatic – the...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «La flauta mágica» de Mozart Ver entrevista

  • 01 abr. 2013gratis

    Introducción de Sir Simon Rattle

    Sir Simon Rattle inauguró en marzo de 2013 el primer Festival de Pascua en Baden-Baden con una memorable interpretación de La flauta mágica de Mozart. Financial Times se refirió a «un reparto de primera»: «Pavol Breslik ofrece todo aquello que pueda desearse de un Tamino, el Papageno de Michael...

    Introducción de Sir Simon Rattle Ver entrevista

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    01 abr. 2013gratis

    Robert Carsen sobre la puesta en escena de La flauta mágica

    Sir Simon Rattle inauguró en marzo de 2013 el primer Festival de Pascua en Baden-Baden con una memorable interpretación de La flauta mágica de Mozart. Financial Times se refirió a «un reparto de primera»: «Pavol Breslik ofrece todo aquello que pueda desearse de un Tamino, el Papageno de Michael...

    Robert Carsen sobre la puesta en escena de [La flauta mágica] Ver entrevista

  • 01 abr. 2013gratis

    Entre bastidores

    Sir Simon Rattle inauguró en marzo de 2013 el primer Festival de Pascua en Baden-Baden con una memorable interpretación de La flauta mágica de Mozart. Financial Times se refirió a «un reparto de primera»: «Pavol Breslik ofrece todo aquello que pueda desearse de un Tamino, el Papageno de Michael...

    Entre bastidores Ver entrevista

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    22 feb. 2013gratis

    Miklós Perényi sobre el Concierto para violonchelo de Lutosławski

    The 20th century was rich in ingeniously devised music. More rarely, there were works whose substance unfolds in more of a playful rather than an intellectual way which, while still ingenious, are also sensuous and spontaneous. One of these sumptuous creations – Lutosławski’s Cello Concerto –...

    Miklós Perényi sobre el Concierto para violonchelo de Lutosławski Ver entrevista

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    16 feb. 2013gratis

    Barbara Hannigan sobre su colaboración con Henri Dutilleux

    The works of Henri Dutilleux lead rather a shadowy existence in the music world. Unjustly so, as shown by his Correspondances for soprano and orchestra, premièred in 2003 by the Berliner Philharmoniker under Sir Simon Rattle. In February 2012, this virtually fully Romantic-sounding work was...

    Barbara Hannigan sobre su colaboración con Henri Dutilleux Ver entrevista

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    09 feb. 2013gratis

    Manfred Honeck conversa con Stephan Koncz

    To this day, guest appearances by Anne-Sophie Mutter with the Berliner Philharmoniker are an event. After all, there is no other musician of our time whose career has been more closely linked with the orchestra. In February 2013, the violinist interpreted Dvořák’s Violin Concerto at the...

    Manfred Honeck conversa con Stephan Koncz Ver entrevista

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    02 feb. 2013gratis

    Gustavo Dudamel conversa con Sarah Willis

    For his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker – an open-air concert at the Waldbühne in 2008 – Gustavo Dudamel presented the music of his homeland in an exclusively “South American Night”. This was followed by appearances in the Philharmonie with more of a Russian flavour, then for a guest...

    Gustavo Dudamel conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    25 ene. 2013gratis

    Louis Langrée conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    A look at Louis Langréeʼs current commitments demonstrate clearly just how passionate a performer of Mozart he is. He is chief conductor of the Camerata Salzburg from the birthplace of the composer, and he has served as music director of the Mostly Mozart Festival in New York since 2002. But it...

    Louis Langrée conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

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    18 ene. 2013gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle habla sobre in vain de Georg Friedrich Haas

    Para Simon Rattle, in vain, de Georg Friedrich Haas, es «una de las primeras obras maestras del siglo XXI». Se trata de una música misteriosa, de múltiples perspectivas, que se asemeja en cierto modo a los dibujos de M. C. Escher. El efecto se refuerza gracias a la iluminación determinada por el...

    Sir Simon Rattle habla sobre [in vain] de Georg Friedrich Haas Ver entrevista

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    18 ene. 2013gratis

    Murray Perahia conversa con Sarah Willis

    “Come, dear May, and make the trees green again.” With the theme of this song, Wolfgang Amadeus ended his Piano Concerto No. 27, which Murray Perahia and the Berliner Philharmoniker performed in January 2013. Many of the audience in a wintry, frosty Berlin would surely have agreed with this wish...

    Murray Perahia conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    11 ene. 2013gratis

    Riccardo Chailly conversa con Albrecht Mayer

    At first glance, the Riccardo Chailly’s performance with the Berliner Philharmoniker from January 2013 was an evening of symphonic contrasts. Felix Mendelssohn’s Fourth Symphony, referred to by the composer himself as “Italian”, paired with the Sixth by Anton Bruckner, whose music is always...

    Riccardo Chailly conversa con Albrecht Mayer Ver entrevista

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    21 dic. 2012gratis

    Kirill Petrenko conversa con Alexander Bader

    Kirill Petrenko, born in Omsk in Siberia, received international acclaim following a performance of Wagner’s Ring des Nibelungen over four consecutive evenings in Meiningen. Subsequently, as chief conductor of the Komische Oper in Berlin between 2002 and 2007, he returned the opera house to its...

    Kirill Petrenko conversa con Alexander Bader Ver entrevista

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    08 dic. 2012gratis

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Eva-Maria Tomasi

    An entire evening of Verdi with the Berliner Philharmoniker: If you exclude performances of the Requiem, this is a rare treat. The last time it occurred, Claudio Abbado performed highlights from Verdi’s operas for the New Year’s Eve concert in 2000. In December 2012 Christian Thielemann also...

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Eva-Maria Tomasi Ver entrevista

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    09 nov. 2012gratis

    Simon Rattle y Simon Halsey hablan sobre Strawinsky y Rachmaninow

    Both works were composed in 1913: Stravinsky’s ballet music Le Sacre du printemps and Rachmaninoff’s tone poem The Bells. And yet they convey completely different sound and intellectual worlds. In November 2012 the Berliner Philharmoniker and Simon Rattle excitingly juxtaposed both works in a...

    Simon Rattle y Simon Halsey hablan sobre Strawinsky y Rachmaninow Ver entrevista

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    03 nov. 2012gratis

    Iván Fischer conversa con Simon Halsey

    There are many prejudices about the music of the 20th century – for example, that it is always complicated or ponderous, or in the worst case, both. In early November 2012, the Berliner Philharmoniker, conductor Iván Fischer and the violinist Lisa Batiashvili proved the opposite to be the case...

    Iván Fischer conversa con Simon Halsey Ver entrevista

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    26 oct. 2012gratis

    Andris Nelsons conversa con Esko Laine

    He was a “miracle conductor”, wrote the Sueddeutsche Zeitung about Andris Nelsons, who has impressed concert-goers around the world with interpretations full of passion and excitement. The fact that he is also able to put together an exciting concert programme was demonstrated by Nelsons at a...

    Andris Nelsons conversa con Esko Laine Ver entrevista

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    20 oct. 2012gratis

    Kristjan Järvi conversa con Philipp Bohnen

    It is probably a unique situation for a young conductor to make his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker following directly in the footsteps of his father and brother. Under these auspicious circumstances, Kristjan Järvi – son of Neeme Järvi and younger brother of Paavo Järvi – replaced...

    Kristjan Järvi conversa con Philipp Bohnen Ver entrevista

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    13 oct. 2012gratis

    Andrea Marcon conversa con Albrecht Mayer

    It is always doubly exciting when an Early Music expert stands on the podium of the Berliner Philharmoniker. Firstly, because the fusion of historical performance practice and the characteristic sound of the orchestra produces unexpected, delightful results, and secondly because there is the...

    Andrea Marcon conversa con Albrecht Mayer Ver entrevista

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    06 oct. 2012gratis

    Bernard Haitink conversa con Matthew Hunter

    The heroism in Beethoven’s “heroic” Symphony No. 3 can take many forms. Often the music is interpreted brashly and tensely, bursting with boundless energy. Bernard Haitink’s reading in a performance from October 2012 was dominated by a different characteristic: an energy that comes from inner...

    Bernard Haitink conversa con Matthew Hunter Ver entrevista

  • 24 sep. 2012gratis

    Cameron Carpenter y Sarah Willis presentan el órgano de la Philharmonie de Berlín

    Many may have seen it, but only the very few have ever heard it: The Karl Schuke organ in the Berlin Philharmonie. The instrument has been extensively renovated and equipped with a state-of-the-art console in 2012. In September of that year, the outstanding qualities of the restored organ were...

    Cameron Carpenter y Sarah Willis presentan el órgano de la Philharmonie de Berlín Ver entrevista

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    23 sep. 2012gratis

    Jörg Widmann conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    The European premiere of Jörg Widmann’s Flûte en suite was eagerly awaited in September 2012. The piece received its world premiere in Cleveland in 2011. At the concert in Berlin the soloist was Emmanuel Pahud, who confidently brought together all the virtuosity, changes of mood and the many...

    Jörg Widmann conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

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    15 sep. 2012gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle y Sir Willard White conversan con Sarah Willis

    Almost every music lover can whistle at least one or two tunes from Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess. Yet very few are aware of just how much outstanding music there is in the rest of the opera alongside hits such as “Summertime” or “I got plenty o’ nuttin’”. Only a complete performance of the score...

    Sir Simon Rattle y Sir Willard White conversan con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    15 sep. 2012gratis

    Entre bastidores de «Porgy and Bess»

    Una conmovedora historia de amor como en una ópera de Puccini, melodías inmortales y, junto a todo ello, una «vida callejera» efervescente y llena de swing: Porgy and Bess de George Gershwin es una fusión inmejorable de profundidad musicodramática y entretenimiento. En un «acontecimiento...

    Entre bastidores de «Porgy and Bess» Ver entrevista

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    08 sep. 2012gratis

    Introducciones de Ingo Metzmacher y Winrich Hopp

    Hard to believe, but true: Until September 2012, the Berliner Philharmoniker had never played the Symphonic Dances from Bernstein’s West Side Story. They constituted the culmination of an American evening with Ingo Metzmacher, who took to the conductor’s stand of the Berliner Philharmoniker for...

    Introducciones de Ingo Metzmacher y Winrich Hopp Ver entrevista

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    24 ago. 2012gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre Witold Lutosławski

    The second half of the concert that celebrated the start of the 2012/13 season was dedicated to the composer Witold Lutosławski. The concert included his Third Symphony, whose premiere Simon Rattle had followed on the radio in his younger years. According to Rattle, he realised immediately that...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre Witold Lutosławski Ver entrevista

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    22 jun. 2012gratis

    Andris Nelsons sobre su colaboración con la Filarmónica de Berlín

    The Berliner Philharmoniker brought their 2012/2013 season to a close together with Andris Nelsons, a conductor who enjoys the esteem of the orchestra like few other young conductors. The programme included works from the late 19th century. Firstly, Mahler’s songs based on folk poems from the...

    Andris Nelsons sobre su colaboración con la Filarmónica de Berlín Ver entrevista

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    16 jun. 2012gratis

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin sobre «Dafnis y Cloé» de Ravel

    The press wrote of a “memorable evening” with a “rising star in the conducting firmament” when Yannick Nézet-Séguin, chief conductor designate of the Philadelphia Orchestra made ​​his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in October 2010. For his return to the podium of the Philharmonie, he has...

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin sobre «Dafnis y Cloé» de Ravel Ver entrevista

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    10 jun. 2012gratis

    Mariss Jansons sobre Smetana, Martinů y Dvořák

    The fact that Czech music has more to offer than folklore – rather, that it encompasses an infinite range of colours, styles and emotional worlds – was amply demonstrated in June 2012 with the concert by the Berliner Philharmoniker with Mariss Jansons and Frank Peter Zimmermann. Another...

    Mariss Jansons sobre Smetana, Martinů y Dvořák Ver entrevista

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    03 jun. 2012gratis

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre la Missa solemnis de Beethoven

    We know that Wilhelm Furtwängler stopped conducting Beethoven’s Missa solemnis when he was 44 years old. Not because he regarded the work as inferior, but on the contrary, because he thought it too great and grand for any earthly performance. Although Herbert Blomstedtʼs regard for the Missa is...

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre la Missa solemnis de Beethoven Ver entrevista

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    27 may. 2012gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «La valquiria» de Wagner · Parte 1

    When the Berliner Philharmoniker, conducted by Simon Rattle, performed Wagner’s Die Walküre at the Festival of Aix-en-Provence in the summer of 2007, they had not played the work for four decades. “You do not know what an orchestra is until you have heard the Berliner Philharmoniker,” Le Monde...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «La valquiria» de Wagner · Parte 1 Ver entrevista

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    27 may. 2012gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «La valquiria» de Wagner · Parte 2

    When the Berliner Philharmoniker, conducted by Simon Rattle, performed Wagner’s Die Walküre at the Festival of Aix-en-Provence in the summer of 2007, they had not played the work for four decades. “You do not know what an orchestra is until you have heard the Berliner Philharmoniker,” Le Monde...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre «La valquiria» de Wagner · Parte 2 Ver entrevista

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    11 may. 2012gratis

    Isabelle Faust sobre el Concierto para violín de Alban Berg

    Alban Berg dedicated his violin concerto “To the Memory of an Angel”, to Manon Gropius, the daughter of Alma Mahler, who died in the spring of 1935 at the age of only 18. “I do not attempt … to find the words where language fails by letter,” Berg wrote to Alma Mahler, “but yet: one day … may you...

    Isabelle Faust sobre el Concierto para violín de Alban Berg Ver entrevista

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    09 may. 2012gratis

    Los 12 violonchelistas, ayer y hoy

    The 12 Cellists of the Berliner Philharmoniker are a prominent institution on the international music scene – and have been now for four decades! No matter what genre the musicians turn their hands to, their performances are a unique chamber music collaboration by twelve soloists, who through...

    Los 12 violonchelistas, ayer y hoy Ver entrevista

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    28 abr. 2012gratis

    Gustavo Dudamel sobre Ravel, Korngold y Richard Strauss

    In his acclaimed concerts with the Berliner Philharmoniker, Gustavo Dudamel has for a long time focused mainly on Russian, French and Latin American composers. However, the programme of his guest appearance in April 2012 included a work from the orchestra’s core German repertoire for the first...

    Gustavo Dudamel sobre Ravel, Korngold y Richard Strauss Ver entrevista

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    21 abr. 2012gratis

    «Carmen» en la Philharmonie de Berlín

    Probably no other opera has so many “hits” as Carmen – from the orchestral preludes to the Habanera and the Toreador Song. But despite its popularity, Carmen can always be discovered anew, as was also the case at this performance by the Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle on 21 April...

    «Carmen» en la Philharmonie de Berlín Ver entrevista

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    14 abr. 2012gratis

    Murray Perahia sobre sus ideas y sentimientos en torno a la música

    “The soul of a poet, the mind of a thinker, the hands of a virtuoso,” was how an American critic succinctly and accurately described the qualities of Murray Perahia. As Pianist in Residence with the Berliner Philharmoniker for the 2011/2012 season, he was heard regularly in solo and chamber...

    Murray Perahia sobre sus ideas y sentimientos en torno a la música Ver entrevista

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    21 mar. 2012gratis

    Mark Padmore y Bernhard Forck conversan y ensayan

    Orchestral musicians do not often have the opportunity to pursue a love of music from the Baroque period. As a result, members of the Berliner Philharmoniker took the logical step and founded the Berliner Barock Solisten in 1995 – an ensemble that is now among the best in the field of early...

    Mark Padmore y Bernhard Forck conversan y ensayan Ver entrevista

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    17 mar. 2012gratis

    Zubin Mehta sobre la Octava de Bruckner: una introducción a la obra con fragmentos de los ensayos

    Zubin Mehta and Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony: This is a long-term love affair, with the Berliner Philharmoniker playing a not insignificant role – to be precise, with a recording of the work by Wilhelm Furtwängler which deeply affected Mehta at young age. Yet, for many years, the symphony was not...

    Zubin Mehta sobre la Octava de Bruckner: una introducción a la obra con fragmentos de los ensayos Ver entrevista

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    11 mar. 2012gratis

    Christian Thielemann sobre pasión y nobleza en la Sexta Sinfonía de Chaikovski

    Whether he is performing Wagner in Bayreuth or Bruckner with the world’s major orchestras, Christian Thielemann’s interpretations of late German Romanticism always receive high praise from the critics. It was all the more exciting when, in March 2012, he conducted a work which illuminates this...

    Christian Thielemann sobre pasión y nobleza en la Sexta Sinfonía de Chaikovski Ver entrevista

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    04 mar. 2012gratis

    Albrecht Mayer sobre el Concierto para oboe de Richard Strauss

    Albrecht Mayer is not only principal oboist with the Berliner Philharmoniker, but has also made a name for himself as a guest soloist with orchestras around the world. In March 2012, he performed the Oboe Concerto by Richard Strauss together with the Berliner Philharmoniker and conductor...

    Albrecht Mayer sobre el Concierto para oboe de Richard Strauss Ver entrevista

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    04 mar. 2012gratis

    Christian Thielemann sobre el Concierto para oboe de Strauss y la Cuarta de Bruckner, con fragmentos de los ensayos

    The concept that underlies Christian Thielemann’s concert with the Berliner Philharmoniker is a captivating one. The conductor wanted to juxtapose two works which go well together – while remaining in contrast to each other. And so here we have an evening of late Romantic music, in which the...

    Christian Thielemann sobre el Concierto para oboe de Strauss y la Cuarta de Bruckner, con fragmentos de los ensayos Ver entrevista

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    18 feb. 2012gratis

    Simon Halsey sobre la Segunda Sinfonía de Gustav Mahler y su amistad con Hugo Wolf

    Hans von Bülow, chief conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker, was somewhat disturbed when Gustav Mahler played him the first movement of his Second Symphony. Mahler wrote in a letter that “he went into a nervous shock and declared Tristan to be like a Haydn symphony compared to my piece”....

    Simon Halsey sobre la Segunda Sinfonía de Gustav Mahler y su amistad con Hugo Wolf Ver entrevista

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    09 feb. 2012gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la versión completada de la Novena Sinfonía de Anton Bruckner

    Sir Simon Rattle is certain: If Anton Bruckner had lived just two months longer, he would have been able to complete the finale of his Ninth Symphony. When he died in October 1896, the work on this movement was so far advanced that the original intentions of the composer can be reconstructed...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la versión completada de la Novena Sinfonía de Anton Bruckner Ver entrevista

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    02 feb. 2012gratis

    Guy Braunstein cuenta cómo el Concierto para violín de Brahms lo trajo a la Filarmónica de Berlín

    The famous dictum that Johannes Brahms’s Violin Concerto is a concerto “against the violin” is attributed to Hans von Bülow – simply because the work gives the soloist little opportunity for virtuoso showmanship. In a concert from February 2012, soloist Guy Braunstein, the Berliner...

    Guy Braunstein cuenta cómo el Concierto para violín de Brahms lo trajo a la Filarmónica de Berlín Ver entrevista

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    27 ene. 2012gratis

    Magdalena Kožená y Sir Simon Rattle conversan y ensayan

    In January 2012, the Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle presented a concert which conveyed delicate melancholy in a variety of forms. In addition to orchestral works by Ravel and Schubert – including Schubert’s “Unfinished” Symphony – the programme included late songs by Dvořák and...

    Magdalena Kožená y Sir Simon Rattle conversan y ensayan Ver entrevista

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    21 ene. 2012gratis

    Boris Berezovsky sobre el Primer Concierto para piano de Liszt

    For Gramophone magazine, Boris Berezovski is “surely the true successor to the great Russian pianists of the past.” In January 2012, he performed Franz Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 1 alongside conductor Tugan Sokhiev – a work that alternates masterfully between effervescent furore and delicate...

    Boris Berezovsky sobre el Primer Concierto para piano de Liszt Ver entrevista

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    14 ene. 2012gratis

    Simon Halsey sobre «El sueño de Geroncio» de Edward Elgar

    You could almost talk of an “Elgar Festival” which took place in the Berlin Philharmonie and the Digital Concert Hall in winter 2011/12. In December, Donald Runnicles conducted the First Symphony, and in February, the famous Enigma Variations followed under the direction of Sir Simon Rattle. The...

    Simon Halsey sobre «El sueño de Geroncio» de Edward Elgar Ver entrevista

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    23 dic. 2011gratis

    Nicola Luisotti conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    Componer al mismo tiempo de un modo moderno y comprensible: esa fue la disciplina reina para muchos compositores del siglo XX. Nicola Luisotti presenta aquí obras que ponen en práctica este concepto en su encarnación más hermosa: el Gloria de Francis Poulenc, que oscila entre la meditación y el...

    Nicola Luisotti conversa con Emmanuel Pahud Ver entrevista

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    17 dic. 2011gratis

    Anne Sofie von Otter conversa con Christoph Hartmann

    Con La canción de la Tierra de Mahler concluyeron Simon Rattle y la Filarmónica de Berlín en diciembre de 2011 su interpretación completa de las grandes obras orquestales de Gustav Mahler. El propio Mahler se refirió a esta obra como «seguramente lo más personal que he hecho hasta ahora». Y...

    Anne Sofie von Otter conversa con Christoph Hartmann Ver entrevista

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    10 dic. 2011gratis

    Ludwig Quandt conversa con Götz Teutsch

    Las dos obras de este concierto con Donald Runnicles representan el brillante arte de la orquestación en el tránsito del siglo XIX al siglo XX, aunque en lo que respecta a su expresión y su fisonomía difícilmente podrían ser más opuestas. Porque mientras que la Primera Sinfonía de Edward Elgar...

    Ludwig Quandt conversa con Götz Teutsch Ver entrevista

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    04 dic. 2011gratis

    Daniel Stabrawa conversa con Christoph Streuli

    Iván Fischer dirige en este concierto de 2011 joyas de su patria húngara. Minutos sinfónicos, de Ernő Dohnányi, y el Concierto para violín núm. 3, de Jenő Hubay (Solista: Daniel Stabrawa), irradian perfectamente el fuego y la nostalgia que suele asociarse con la música húngara, y no dejan de ser...

    Daniel Stabrawa conversa con Christoph Streuli Ver entrevista

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    05 nov. 2011gratis

    Helmut Lachenmann conversa con Catherine Milliken

    The conclusion of Mahler’s Ninth Symphony is no jubilant finale – but resolution, even annihilation, become music. And so the audience at first remained silent when the Berliner Philharmoniker and Simon Rattle performed the work in November 2011. Only gradually did the roaring applause rise in...

    Helmut Lachenmann conversa con Catherine Milliken Ver entrevista

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    29 oct. 2011gratis

    Nikolaus Harnoncourt conversa con Olaf Wilhelmer

    Anyone listening to Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony inevitably imagines the composer as a revolutionary firebrand. In October 2011, Nikolaus Harnoncourt and the Berliner Philharmoniker showed that this is only half the truth when they performed Beethoven’s symphony alongside the Mass in C major,...

    Nikolaus Harnoncourt conversa con Olaf Wilhelmer Ver entrevista

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    22 oct. 2011gratis

    Pablo Heras-Casado conversa con Madeleine Carruzzo

    For over a decade, no Spanish conductor has stood at the podium of the Berliner Philharmoniker – until October 2011 when Pablo Heras-Casado made his debut with the orchestra. In his young career, he has attracted particular attention due to his versatility, enabling Heras-Casado to work together...

    Pablo Heras-Casado conversa con Madeleine Carruzzo Ver entrevista

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    15 oct. 2011gratis

    Simon Halsey sobre el estreno de «Weltethos» de Jonathan Harvey

    To give expression to the common values of world religions with spoken and sung words – this is the ambitious goal of the choral work Weltethos, realised by the composer Jonathan Harvey and the theologian Hans Küng as librettist. The work, which will be part of the cultural programme of the...

    Simon Halsey sobre el estreno de «Weltethos» de Jonathan Harvey Ver entrevista

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    08 oct. 2011gratis

    Nikolaj Znaider conversa con Amihai Grosz

    The fact that Jean Sibelius’s Violin Concerto should one day become one of the most famous of its kind was by no means foreseeable at the premiere in 1904; with an overtaxed soloist and an uninspired orchestra, it was a complete failure. It took top-class musicians such as Jascha Heifetz and David...

    Nikolaj Znaider conversa con Amihai Grosz Ver entrevista

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    02 oct. 2011gratis

    Johannes Moser conversa con Walter Küssner

    Una idea fascinante para un aniversario impresionante: cincuenta años después de su debut con la Filarmónica de Berlín, Zubin Mehta volvió a dirigir en este concierto el programa de su primera aparición como director invitado. En el centro se situaba la Primera Sinfonía de Mahler, incluido el...

    Johannes Moser conversa con Walter Küssner Ver entrevista

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    24 sep. 2011gratis

    Semyon Bychkov conversa con Sarah Willis

    In September 2011 the Berliner Philharmoniker and Semyon Bychkov presented a concert of wide-ranging dynamics: from Luciano Berio’s Sequenza No. 7 for solo oboe, to a chamber orchestra Schubert collage by the same composer, to the unbridled force of the full orchestra in William Walton’s First...

    Semyon Bychkov conversa con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    18 sep. 2011gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la Sinfonía núm. 8 de Mahler

    Of all Gustav Mahler’s symphonies, the Eighth is probably the least often performed – not because of any doubts regarding its quality, but because of the forces required in terms of instrumentalists and singers which only a few orchestras are in a position to meet. With such large numbers...

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la Sinfonía núm. 8 de Mahler Ver entrevista

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    11 sep. 2011gratis

    Winrich Hopp conversa con Helge Grünewald

    Andris Nelsons presenta en este ingenioso programa a compositores de comienzos del siglo XX que han retomado de un modo creativo y original la música del pasado. Así, el Preludio de Palestrina de Hans Pfitzner reactivó el coral gregoriano, Música dórica de Heinrich Kaminski la música barroca y...

    Winrich Hopp conversa con Helge Grünewald Ver entrevista

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    26 ago. 2011gratis

    La Filarmónica de Berlín al comienzo de la temporada 2011-2012

    Con esta interpretación «brutalmente genial» (Berliner Morgenpost) de la Séptima Sinfonía de Gustav Mahler inauguró Simon Rattle la temporada 2011/2012 de la Filarmónica de Berlín. El movimiento más conciso de la obra es sin duda el jubiloso y sonoramente poderoso Finale. Los movimientos...

    La Filarmónica de Berlín al comienzo de la temporada 2011-2012 Ver entrevista

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    23 jun. 2011gratis

    Emmanuelle Haïm conversa con Catherine Milliken

    For her concert with the Berliner Philharmoniker in June 2011 Emmanuelle Haïm has programmed some of the most beautiful and varied orchestral suites of the Baroque. The most famous of them is undoubtedly George Frideric Handel’s Water Music. Jean-Philippe Rameau stands alongside Handel as the...

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    18 jun. 2011gratis

    Peter Eötvös conversa con Sarah Willis

    In previous centuries it was quite natural that a conductor would sometimes perform his own compositions, and vice versa: that a composer would be responsible for conducting the premieres of his own works. There is now a division of labour between musicians who compose and conduct, but this...

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    12 jun. 2011gratis

    Simon Halsey sobre Mahler, Bach y Stravinsky

    It was not Gustav Mahler’s destiny to become a composer of opera. But listening to his early work Das klagende Lied gives us an idea of just how a stage work from Mahler’s pen might have sounded – a fairy-tale of enormous dimensions, which has been performed by the Berliner Philharmoniker and...

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    02 jun. 2011gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la temporada 2011/2012 de la Filarmónica de Berlín

    Our video documents the annual press conference of the Berliner Philharmoniker in 2011, with chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle presenting the upcoming season. From August 2011, he himself continued his Mahler cycle which he had started in the 2010/2011 season, and he also had two opera highlights...

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    28 may. 2011gratis

    Stanisław Skrowaczewski cuenta la historia de su vida dedicada a la música

    After 25 years, the 87-year-old Stanisław Skrowaczewski stood once again at the desk of the Berliner Philharmoniker at the end of May 2011 – and celebrated an “overwhelming success met by standing ovations” (Berliner Zeitung). The renowned Bruckner expert included the composer’s Third Symphony...

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    22 may. 2011gratis

    Yutaka Sado sobre cómo vio hecho realidad el sueño musical de su vida

    Seldom had quite so many Japanese television teams and journalists been seen in the Philharmonie as at the end of May 2011. The concentrated media interest was all for one of the country’s best-known musicians: Yutaka Sado, who even as a child had dreamed of conducting the Berliner...

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    15 may. 2011gratis

    Claudio Abbado, Maurizio Pollini y Anna Prohaska sobre antiguas y nuevas amistades musicales

    Claudio Abbado and Maurizio Pollini have been performing together for half a century: a unique friendship among artists that continues to reveal new facets. As happened in the middle of May 2011, when the two musicians performed their first joint interpretation of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 17...

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    07 may. 2011gratis

    Christian Thielemann, Renée Fleming y Thomas Hampson sobre Richard Strauss

    It does not often happen that the Berliner Philharmoniker present a whole bouquet of works by a single composer in one concert. At the beginning of May 2011, however, they – together with conductor Christian Thielemann and the singers Renée Fleming and Thomas Hampson – devoted themselves...

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    07 may. 2011gratis

    Thomas Hampson sobre la música clásica en los medios digitales

    How will new media change classical music? What possibilities will digital communication offer to gain new audiences for symphony concerts, operas and recitals? For many years now, the internationally acclaimed baritone Thomas Hampson has been involved in these issues. In our video, he talked...

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    26 abr. 2011gratis

    Sobre el concierto benéfico en el 25º aniversario de la catástrofe nuclear de Chernóbil

    One choir, two orchestras, two readers and one conductor: a wealth of artists came together in the Philharmonie at the end of April 2011 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the nuclear reactor disaster in Chernobyl which was again in the headlines following events in the Fukushima reactor in...

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    07 abr. 2011gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la interpretación de las Sinfonías de Mahler (Parte 2)

    Among other things, the second part of the interview with Sir Simon Rattle about the performance of the complete Mahler symphonies looks at Sir Simon’s first encounters with these works in his youth. Another important theme is the programmatic approach of this cycle – the coupling of the...

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    03 abr. 2011gratis

    Alan Gilbert sobre su actividad como director de orquesta y como músico

    When artists cancel an appearance, it is normally for unfortunate reasons. Not so in the case of Gustavo Dudamel, who was to conduct the Berliner Philharmoniker on 1 April 2011, but had to cancel due to a happy event: the birth of his son two days before. Instead, Alan Gilbert conducted with the...

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    29 mar. 2011gratis

    Christian Schneider (UNICEF) conversa con Andreas Wittmann

    As a result of numerous concert tours and personal contact, the Berliner Philharmoniker and chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle feel a close connection to the Japanese people. The musicians were therefore extremely saddened to heard about the impact of the tsunami in March 2011. In order to raise...

    Christian Schneider (UNICEF) conversa con Andreas Wittmann Ver entrevista

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    18 mar. 2011gratis

    Bernard Haitink y Leif Ove Andsnes sobre hacer música tras la tragedia de Fukushima

    In March 2011, a Berliner Philharmoniker concert marked the terrible events after the tsunami in Fukushima. The orchestra, conductor Bernard Haitink and pianist Leif Ove Andsnes dedicated the evening to the victims in Japan. In their memory, the musicians performed Witold Lutosławski’s Funeral...

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    06 mar. 2011gratis

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre «Nobilissima visione» de Hindemith y la Misa en Fa menor de Bruckner

    Paul Hindemith’s ballet music Nobilissima visione is at once both archaically austere and sensuous. The work reflects Giotto’s medieval frescos depicting the life of Francis of Assisi, which Hindemith discovered for himself in Florence. At the beginning of March 2011, the Berliner Philharmoniker...

    Herbert Blomstedt sobre «Nobilissima visione» de Hindemith y la Misa en Fa menor de Bruckner Ver entrevista

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    18 feb. 2011gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre la interpretación de las Sinfonías de Mahler (Parte 1)

    On the occasion of the performance of the complete symphonies of Gustav Mahler, Sir Simon Rattle talks about the music and the characteristics of their interpretation. In addition, he explores the Mahler tradition of the Berliner Philharmoniker which took shape in particular under Claudio...

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    12 feb. 2011gratis

    Toshio Hosokawa sobre su evolución y las imágenes en su música

    In a highly individual manner, the Hiroshima born Toshio Hosokawa seeks to revitalize traditional forms of composition. Moment of Blossoming is the title of his horn concerto – a tribute to the mythically revered lotus flower of Hosokawa’s homeland. The work is a musical portrayal of the lotus...

    Toshio Hosokawa sobre su evolución y las imágenes en su música Ver entrevista

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    12 feb. 2011gratis

    Stefan Dohr sobre Toshio Hosokawa y su Concierto paa trompa

    Since 1993, Stefan Dohr has been a member of the Berliner Philharmoniker – as principal horn within the orchestra’s brass section, and also sometimes as the soloist in horn concertos, for example those by Mozart or Strauss. In February 2011, Dohr gave the premiere of Moment of Blossoming, a work...

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    05 feb. 2011gratis

    Simon Halsey sobre la Tercera Sinfonía de Mahler

    Almost everything in Gustav Mahler’s Third Symphony is out of the ordinary: its length, its instrumentation, its number of movements. There is however in particular a remarkable wealth of stylistic levels where both the grandiose and the simple, the other-wordly and the everyday cross paths. In...

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    15 ene. 2011gratis

    Anders Hillborg sobre su composición «Calor frío»

    Anders Hillborg is one of the leading Swedish composers of our time, and is at home in many styles of music, from symphonic and choral music to film music and pop. Many renowned orchestras have entrusted him with commissions for compositions – including the Berliner Philharmoniker, who premiered...

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    15 ene. 2011gratis

    David Zinman y Yo-Yo Ma sobre melancolía, vida y muerte en el Segundo Concierto para violonchelo de Shostakóvich

    You could almost say that Dmitri Shostakovich’s Second Cello Concerto was a present to himself. Given its premiere on his 60th birthday, the work seems to be a nuanced reflection on Shostakovich’s own life. Only the best cellists are able to hit the mark with the ever-shifting tone of this...

    David Zinman y Yo-Yo Ma sobre melancolía, vida y muerte en el Segundo Concierto para violonchelo de Shostakóvich Ver entrevista

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    22 dic. 2010gratis

    Valeri Guérguiev conversa con Wilfried Strehle

    Valeri Guérguiev dirige en este concierto de 2011 dos de las más populares obras rusas de todos los tiempos: en el Tercer Concierto para piano de Rajmáninov –aquí con Denis Matsuev como solista– asistimos a una mezcla irresistible de sueños melancólicos y bravura virtuosística. Los Cuadros de...

    Valeri Guérguiev conversa con Wilfried Strehle Ver entrevista

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    11 dic. 2010gratis

    Neeme Järvi conversa con Stanley Dodds

    La Decimocuarta Sinfonía de Shostakóvich es una obra absolutamente insólita. Con medios sonoramente exiguos tematiza la muerte, renuncia a cualquier tipo de patetismo y resulta gracias a ello mucho más apremiante. A modo de contraste, en este concierto dirigido por Neeme Järvi figuran Don Juan...

    Neeme Järvi conversa con Stanley Dodds Ver entrevista

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    05 nov. 2010gratis

    Sinfonía núm. 1 de Gustav Mahler - Una introducción de Sir Simon Rattle

    Mahler era tan solo un músico veinteañero cuando compuso su Primera Sinfonía. Por ello resulta mucho más sorprendente el dominio del que hizo gala al valerse de los medios tímbricos de una gran orquesta. El contraste en frescura y arrojo en este concierto junto con Simon Rattle llega con las...

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    30 oct. 2010gratis

    Sinfonía núm. 2 de Gustav Mahler - Una introducción de Simon Halsey

    Fue en el año 1973, siendo aún un estudiante en la Royal Academy of Music de Londres, cuando convenció a sus colegas de interpretar bajo su dirección la Segunda Sinfonía de Mahler. El concierto, clamorosamente acogido, hizo que se prestara atención por primera vez al aprendiz de director: Simon...

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    23 oct. 2010gratis

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin y Yefim Bronfman conversan con Sarah Willis

    Cuando Yannick Nézet-Séguin, a sus tan solo treinta y cinco años, fue elegido el futuro Director Musical de la Orquesta de Filadelfia, la noticia causó sensación. Poco después hizo su debut con la Filarmónica de Berlín. Junto con Yefim Bronfman interpretó el Concierto para piano núm. 2 de...

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin y Yefim Bronfman conversan con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    16 oct. 2010gratis

    Baiba Skride y Andris Nelsons conversan con Stanley Dodds

    En el centro de este concierto de octubre de 2010 figuraba la próxima generación de músicos, con dos debuts simultáneos con la Filarmónica de Berlín. Andris Nelsons dirigió como obra principal de la velada la Octava Sinfonía de Shostakóvich, que una crítica posterior calificó de un «concierto...

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    09 oct. 2010gratis

    Eivind Gullberg Jensen y Vadim Repin conversan con Sarah Willis

    Vadim Repin –en opinión de Yehudi Menuhin «el mejor y más perfecto violinista al que jamás he oído»– interpreta junto con el director Eivind Gullberg Offertorium, de Sofiya Gubaidúlina: una obra íntima, que en concepto y temática remite a la Ofrenda musical de Bach. Por el contrario, la Primera...

    Eivind Gullberg Jensen y Vadim Repin conversan con Sarah Willis Ver entrevista

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    02 oct. 2010gratis

    Magdalena Kožená conversa con Jonathan Kelly

    Una obra destacada y un descubrimiento caracterizan este concierto con música checa. Tomáš Netopil dirige, por un lado, la Séptima Sinfonía de Antonín Dvořák, cuya expresión contenida y sombría permite auténticamente asomarnos a la vida espiritual del compositor. Por otro lado, suenan tres...

    Magdalena Kožená conversa con Jonathan Kelly Ver entrevista

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    23 sep. 2010gratis

    Giovanni Antonini conversa con Raimar Orlovsky

    Sólo por segunda vez en su historia toca la Filarmónica de Berlín en este concierto de 2010 la brillante Suite núm. 1 de Bach. El director Giovanni Antonini, uno de los más acreditados directores del movimiento historicista de la música antigua, elige esta obra como punto de partida de un viaje...

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    18 sep. 2010gratis

    Pierre Boulez conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    Pierre Boulez ha sentado las bases como intérprete de la música de Igor Stravinsky. En este concierto de 2010 se inclina con reverencia ante su colega en un doble sentido: por un lado, como director de la ópera fantástica de Stravinsky Le Rossignol y, por otro, con su propia composición ......

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    12 sep. 2010gratis

    Winrich Hopp conversa con Helge Grünewald

    Pulcinella, de Igor Stravinsky, es quizá la fusión más encantadora de música barroca y modernismo clásico. Después de esta interpretación, un crítico escribió que el director se encontraba aquí «en su elemento, resalta de un modo virtuosístico cuán afilados son los ritmos rusos y sabe hacer...

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    04 sep. 2010gratis

    Documental en el intermedio: «Schoenberg y su círculo»

    «El hijo predilecto de Gran Bretaña ha vuelto: allí adonde pertenece». Así se expresaba The Independent al referirse a los conciertos que Sir Simon Rattle ofreció al frente de la Filarmónica de Berlín en 2010 en los «Proms» en el Royal Albert Hall. El fascinante programa iba desde la opulencia...

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    27 ago. 2010gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle habla sobre la Sinfonía núm. 4 de Beethoven

    Con esta versión de la Primera Sinfonía de Gustav Mahler comenzaron la Filarmónica de Berlín y Simon Rattle la interpretación de las sinfonías completas del compositor. Les sirvieron de referencia al mismo tiempo el 150º aniversario del nacimiento de Mahler el 7 de julio de 2010 y el centenario...

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    27 ago. 2010gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle habla sobre la Sinfonía núm. 1 de Mahler

    Con esta versión de la Primera Sinfonía de Gustav Mahler comenzaron la Filarmónica de Berlín y Simon Rattle la interpretación de las sinfonías completas del compositor. Les sirvieron de referencia al mismo tiempo el 150º aniversario del nacimiento de Mahler el 7 de julio de 2010 y el centenario...

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    19 jun. 2010gratis

    Tabea Zimmermann conversa con Helge Grünewald

    El virtuosístico Concierto para viola de Béla Bartók es un fuerte alegato a favor de un instrumento no infrecuentemente infravalorado, sobre todo cuando lo toca la violista mundialmente admirada Tabea Zimmermann. «Interpreta el Concierto con una cantabilidad llena de cariño, como si fuera de...

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    10 jun. 2010gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle y Wynton Marsalis conversan con Catherine Milliken

    Fue un encuentro en la cumbre de un tipo especial: la actuación conjunta de la Orquesta Jazz at Lincoln Center, encabezada por el famoso trompetista Wynton Marsalis, y la Filarmónica de Berlín con su director titular Simon Rattle. El motivo era el estreno de la Swing Symphony, de Wynton...

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    04 jun. 2010gratis

    Anton Bruckner: Sinfonía núm. 6 - Una introducción de Herbert Blomstedt

    La Sexta de Bruckner se oye con mucha menor frecuencia que otras sinfonías del compositor: injustamente, como muestra Herbert Blomstedt en esta convincente interpretación de 2010. “Los músicos de la Filarmónica lo siguen fascinados, se entregan a esta música palpitante con un metal deslumbrante...

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    22 may. 2010gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle conversa con Harri Kuusisaari

    Con este concierto concluyó el elogiado ciclo Sibelius de Simon Rattle de la temporada 2009/2010. En el programa, las Sinfonías núms. 5, 6 y 7, en las que se funden las características de las obras precedentes: el tono exaltado y nórdico de las dos primeras Sinfonías, y la estructura y la...

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    16 may. 2010gratis

    Obras de Schubert, Schönberg y Brahms - Una introducción de Simon Halsey

    En este concierto de 2010 Claudio Abbado da a conocer al público varias rarezas escogidas. De Franz Schubert pueden escucharse varias canciones en los raramente oídos arreglos orquestales y de Johannes Brahms la cantata Rinaldo, que permite imaginar cómo habría sonado una ópera de este...

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    08 may. 2010gratis

    Renaud Capuçon conversa con Matthew Hunter

    El Concierto para violín de György Ligeti es una obra con muchas caras. Entre sus numerosas fuentes de inspiración figuraron la música africana y los grabados laberínticos de M. C. Escher. En esta grabación del año 2010 puede oírse esta obra tan polifacética en una interpretación protagonizada...

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    27 abr. 2010gratis

    Alisa Weilerstein conversa con Ludwig Quandt

    Yo-Yo Ma dio fe de su «apasionamiento, intrepidez y gran inteligencia musical»: un alto elogio que la violonchelista estadounidense Alisa Weilerstein justificó para todos los que pudieron oírla cuando en abril de 2010 debutó con la Filarmónica de Berlín con el sonoro Concierto para violonchelo...

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    24 abr. 2010gratis

    Pierre-Laurent Aimard conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    Para Jiří Bělohlávek, la Filarmónica de Berlín es, sencillamente, «la mejor orquesta de Europa». En esta grabación actúa como director invitado en la Philharmonie junto al pianista Pierre-Laurent Aimard. Además de una Suite de la ópera de Janáček Desde la casa de los muertos y la Cuarta Sinfonía...

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    17 abr. 2010gratis

    András Schiff conversa con Jonathan Kelly

    András Schiff es, en palabras de un crítico, «un mago del sonido, que hace que las obras respiren y se muevan, y que mantiene en lo alto el ideal olvidado de la interpretación pianística». En esta grabación de 2010 interpreta como solista y director dos angulosos y turbulentos Conciertos para...

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    11 abr. 2010gratis

    Peter Sellars conversa con Simon Halsey

    Sir Simon Rattle no albergaba ninguna duda: la interpretación de la Pasión según san Mateo, que ofreció a comienzos de la primavera de 2010 con la Filarmónica de Berlín y el Coro de la Radio de Berlín, era «lo más importante que hemos hecho aquí nunca». Los críticos de todo el mundo le...

    Peter Sellars conversa con Simon Halsey Ver entrevista

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    06 mar. 2010gratis

    Conversación con Neeme Järvi

    Son la encarnación misma de la música escandinava: las Suites de Peer Gynt de Edvard Grieg, cuyas reminiscencias del folclore noruego despiden un aroma irresistible. Por lo que respecta al estilo y a su estructura formal, el compositor se consideraba, en sus propias palabras, «un romántico...

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    20 feb. 2010gratis

    Ronda de conversaciones: la Filarmónica de Berlín apoya la petición de ayuda urgente para Haití de UNICEF

    Ludwig van Beethoven se presenta desde una faceta inusual en su Cuarto Concierto para piano: no mostrando su superioridad, ni heroico, sino reflexivo, sensible, delicado. Mitsuko Uchida transmite insistentemente este mundo de sentimientos, según la prensa, «liberada de todo esfuerzo, como si...

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    14 feb. 2010gratis

    «Es una aventura» - Mitsuko Uchida y los Conciertos para piano de Beethoven - Parte II

    La naturaleza combativa de Ludwig van Beethoven se muestra de un modo impresionante en su Quinto Concierto para piano. En 2010, Mitsuko Uchida y Simon Rattle presentaron esta muestra de rebeldía llena de energía, que no ha perdido hasta el día de hoy nada de su furiosa viveza. Más acerbo es el...

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    10 feb. 2010gratis

    «Es una aventura» - Mitsuko Uchida y los Conciertos para piano de Beethoven - Parte I

    El joven Ludwig van Beethoven se reveló con sus Conciertos para piano núms. 2 y 3 como un virtuoso y un compositor que hacía gala de una personalidad propia con una desconocida seguridad en sí mismo. Mitsuko Uchida y Simon Rattle interpretaron las obras en el marco de su celebrada integral de...

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    04 feb. 2010gratis

    Mitsuko Uchida conversa con Gerhard Forck

    La interpretación de la integral de los Conciertos para piano de Beethoven por parte de Simon Rattle fue un momento muy destacado de la temporada 2009/2010. Colaboró como solista con Mitsuko Uchida: una «reina de su instrumento» (The New York Times) que viene maravillando al público de la...

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    30 ene. 2010gratis

    Obras de Bach y Haydn - Una introducción de Ton Koopman

    Ton Koopman –uno de los grandes intérpretes de la música antigua– venera a Johann Sebastian Bach más que a ningún otro compositor, porque en su música «razón y sentimiento se encuentran fantásticamente equilibrados». Y Bach se encuentra también −junto a la Sinfonía núm. 98 de Haydn− en el centro...

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    23 ene. 2010gratis

    Frank Peter Zimmermann conversa con Christoph Streuli

    La inmensa popularidad del Concierto para violín de Brahms es realmente asombrosa. Aquí se encuentra ausente la controversia entre solista y orquesta, utilizada siempre con tan gran efecto; con su manera de proceder, uno y otra más bien se refuerzan mutuamente. Frank Peter Zimmermann presentó...

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    10 ene. 2010gratis

    Hélène Grimaud y Tugan Sokhiev conversan con Emmanuel Pahud

    El Concierto para piano en Sol mayor de Maurice Ravel es un cosmos en sí mismo. Aquí se encuentran tanto resonancias jazzísticas como rudezas a la manera de Stravinsky y delicadas cantilenas. En 2009 Hélène Grimaud iluminó de manera sugerente y dominadora las numerosas facetas de la obra. Tugan...

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    20 dic. 2009gratis

    Donald Runnicles conversa con Fergus McWilliam

    Johannes Brahms, el reservado alemán del norte, nos ha dejado precisamente el réquiem quizá más humano. Porque al contrario que en la misa de difuntos católica, el eje central de su obra no se sitúa en la visión del Juicio Final, sino en la ayuda a quienes están desesperados. En una especial...

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    12 dic. 2009gratis

    Christian Thielemann conversa con Sarah Willis

    Johannes Brahms compuso música coral en varios momentos de su vida. No es ya sólo esta regularidad, sino que también la profundidad emocional y la diversidad de las obras dejan traslucir que el compositor se sentía especialmente cercano a ellas. Christian Thielemann, el Coro de la Radio de...

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    06 dic. 2009gratis

    Leonidas Kavakos conversa con Walter Küssner

    Cuando escuchó una grabación con Leonidas Kavakos, el legendario profesor de violín Josef Gingold pensó inicialmente que se trataba de un engaño. Apenas resultaba concebible que alguien pudiera tocar de una manera tan rápida e inmaculada sin haberse valido de trucos durante la grabación. Desde...

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    07 nov. 2009gratis

    John Carewe habla sobre «Erwartung» de Schönberg

    En este concierto, Simon Rattle presenta a Arnold Schönberg en su faceta más sensual. Así lo experimentamos en la Música de acompañamiento para una escena cinematográfica y en la angustiosa brutalidad y la angustia psicótica del melodrama Erwartung. La orquestación que hizo Schönberg del...

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    24 oct. 2009gratis

    Iván Fischer conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    El territorio de la antigua monarquía de los Habsburgo es, desde un punto de vista musical, un terreno fecundo: grandes conquistas de la música culta han tenido aquí su punto de partida, y una música popular fascinante encuentra también aquí su escenario natural, como sucede con el lenguaje...

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    17 oct. 2009gratis

    Janine Jansen y Daniel Harding conversan con Sarah Willis

    Por qué el Concierto para violín de Benjamin Britten no llega con más frecuencia a las salas de concierto constituye un misterio. Janine Jansen se encuentra entre las abogadas defensoras más apasionadas de la obra y aquí subraya sus características más sobresalientes: el virtuosismo demoníaco,...

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    10 oct. 2009gratis

    Guy Braunstein y Semyon Bychkov conversan con Terry Martin

    Fue durante muchos años una persona muy conocida para los amigos de la Filarmónica de Berlín: Guy Braunstein, que fue desde 2000 hasta 2013 primer concertino de la orquesta. Aquí interpreta como solista el Concierto para violín núm. 1 de Dmitri Shostakóvich, una obra que, con sus resonancias de...

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    04 oct. 2009gratis

    Daniel Barenboim y Asher Fisch conversan con Stanley Dodds

    La belleza al mismo tiempo discreta y opulentamente derramada de su música ha hecho de Frédéric Chopin quizás el compositor de música para piano más popular de la historia. En esta grabación de 2009 Daniel Barenboim presenta como solista los dos Conciertos para piano de Chopin: interpretaciones...

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    19 sep. 2009gratis

    Sofia Gubaidulina conversa con Margarete Zander

    Raramente se ve semejante concentración de instrumentos de percusión como en este concierto con Gustavo Dudamel. Hasta cinco percusionistas muestran en Glorious Percussion, de Sofiya Gubaidúlina, los múltiples timbres y efectos de su instrumentario. No menos cargada de energía se encuentra la...

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    13 sep. 2009gratis

    Angela Denoke y Lars Vogt conversan con Helge Grünewald

    El propio Dmitri Shostakóvich se lamentó de que su Cuarta Sinfonía adoleciera de una «manía de grandiosidad», un juicio seguramente demasiado duro, porque la fuerza y la grandeza de esta obra siguen siendo frágiles y no dejan de encaminarse hacia lo surreal. Simon Rattle sondeó las numerosas...

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    09 sep. 2009gratis

    Simon Halsey habla sobre «Las estaciones» de Haydn

    Según él mismo ha declarado, Simon Rattle ha tenido con pocos compositores una relación tan íntima como la que mantiene con Joseph Haydn: se trató de un «amor a primera vista», cuando conoció sus obras siendo un joven músico. En 2009 Rattle se dedicó al oratorio de Haydn Las estaciones, una obra...

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    28 ago. 2009gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle conversa con Claus Spahn

    Los efectos y contrastes con que Berlioz dejó boquiabierto al público en 1830 con su Sinfonía Fantástica eran absolutamente desconocidos. «Comparado con el aquelarre de las brujas», escribió entonces un crítico, «la Garganta del Lobo de Weber podría calificarse de una canción de cuna». Simon...

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    13 jun. 2009gratis

    Emmanuel Pahud conversa con Lydia Rilling

    «Si Haydn viviera hoy», afirma Daniel Barenboim, «compondría quizá de una forma parecida a la que ha cultivado Elliott Carter en sus últimos años». Como para ratificar su tesis, Barenboim dirigió en 2009 dos Conciertos de última época de Carter de una belleza delicadamente cincelada, con el...

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    06 jun. 2009gratis

    Pierre Boulez y Pierre-Laurent Aimard conversan con Christoph Franke

    El Concierto para piano para la mano izquierda de Ravel es una de sus obras más fascinantes. En medio de su densidad y virtuosismo, casi se olvida el inusual planteamiento instrumental y combina de un modo único un tono sombrío y una gran energía jazzística. Pierre Boulez y Pierre-Laurent Aimard...

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    28 may. 2009gratis

    Siegfried Matthus conversa con Tobias Möller

    En Ocaso de los dioses de Wagner, los dramas se suceden en las dimensiones más diferentes: desde el duelo verbal a la manera del teatro de salón hasta el incendio del mundo que acaba destruyéndolo por completo. En este concierto, Simon Rattle presenta −con Katarina Dalayman como Brünnhilde–...

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    24 may. 2009gratis

    Simon Halsey habla sobre Schubert, Mahler, Debussy y Claudio Abbado

    En este concierto de 2009, Claudio Abbado dirigió obras de compositores de los que se sentía especialmente cercano. De Schubert pudo oírse la música para Rosamunde, que impresiona por su simplicidad liederística y por su atmósfera delicadamente soñadora. Mucho más voluminosa, pero de idéntica...

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    17 may. 2009gratis

    Seiji Ozawa conversa con Fergus McWilliam

    El oratorio Elias marca, para muchas personas, el punto más alto de la producción de Mendelssohn. No sólo debido a los impresionantes coros y a las hermosas y seductoras arias, sino debido fundamentalmente a la fuerza dramática de la obra, que se ha calificado en alguna ocasión de «la ópera no...

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    10 may. 2009gratis

    Kirill Petrenko y Lars Vogt conversan con Sarah Willis

    Following Kirill Petrenko’s debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in February 2008, the press wrote of a “grandiose pilgrimage of the soul”. The orchestra members discussed not whether, but simply when they wanted to invite Petrenko back to Berlin, according to horn player Sarah Willis in this...

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    25 abr. 2009gratis

    Peter Eötvös sobre «Réquiem para un joven poeta» de Zimmermann

    El Réquiem por un joven poeta de Bernd Alois Zimmermann, de 1969, es una misa de difuntos tan conmovedora como poco convencional. Escrita para dos narradores, cantantes, coro, orquesta y cinta magnetofónica, revela un panorama de ese medio siglo que abarcó también la vida del propio Zimmermann,...

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    19 abr. 2009gratis

    Alan Gilbert conversa con Emmanuel Pahud

    Del reducido grupo de relevantes conciertos para violonchelo, la contribución de Antonín Dvořák al género destaca por su inagotable riqueza melódica y por un delicado tono posromántico. Steven Isserlis −«el más grande violonchelista de Gran Bretaña» (The Telegraph)– interpreta el Concierto con...

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    22 mar. 2009gratis

    Nikolaus Harnoncourt sobre «Orlando Paladino» de Haydn

    Una «ópera absolutamente enloquecida y moderna»: así fue como definió Nikolaus Harnoncourt Orlando Paladino, además de alabar «la combinación de patetismo e ironía, de auténtico sentimiento y cortejos absolutamente desenfrenados», que «gracias a la genial interpretación de Haydn se llevan hasta...

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    14 mar. 2009gratis

    Michael Boder conversa con Fergus McWilliam

    Michael Boder dirige un programa original y polifacético en este concierto de 2009. A la irisada Celebration of some 100 x 150 notes, de Elliott Carter, le sigue la luminosa y resonante Sinfonía «Renana» de Schumann y el Concierto para orquesta de Witold Lutosławski, una de las obras que...

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    07 mar. 2009gratis

    Gustavo Dudamel conversa con Edicson Ruiz

    Definido como una «cabeza de fuego», provista como es natural de «la más profunda comprensión musical y con un oficio impecable como director»: en estos términos se refirió la prensa a Gustavo Dudamel cuando dirigió por primera vez en marzo de 2009 a la Filarmónica de Berlín en la Philharmonie....

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    01 mar. 2009gratis

    Heinz Holliger conversa con Götz Teutsch

    Heinz Holliger puede rememorar una impresionante carrera no sólo como oboísta y compositor, sino también como director. En este concierto de 2009 ofrece un apasionante doble retrato de Robert Schumann y Bernd Alois Zimmermann. Ambos se caracterizaron por unir innovación y opulencia sonora, como...

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    13 feb. 2009gratis

    Mitsuko Uchida conversa con Sarah Willis

    El Concierto para piano de Robert Schumann es el primero importante en su género dentro ya del Romanticismo: un viaje exaltado por paisajes anímicos, rico en melodías memorables. En esta grabación de 2009, Mitsuko Uchida y Simon Rattle ofrecen una interpretación llena de sensibilidad. Además...

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    08 feb. 2009gratis

    Simon Halsey sobre «El Paraíso y la Peri» de Schumann

    El Paraíso y la Peri de Robert Schumann pertenece a esas obras que Simon Rattle se llevaría consigo a la proverbial «isla desierta». Se trata realmente de una música llena de inspiración y belleza, y además no hay ninguna otra obra coral que irradie de un modo más intenso el espíritu del...

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    11 ene. 2009gratis

    Zubin Mehta conversa con Tobias Möller

    Cuando Murray Perahia interpretó con la Filarmónica de Berlín el Concierto para piano núm. 4 de Beethoven tras una ausencia de once años, el acontecimiento fue definido, y así lo afirmó la prensa, como un «regreso triunfal». El director Zubin Mehta presentó además la Sinfonia domestica de...

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  • 12 nov. 1989gratis

    Daniel Barenboim sobre el concierto para los ciudadanos de la República Democrática Alemana

    El 9 de noviembre de 1989 cayó el Muro de Berlín, y al mismo tiempo finalizó la división de Europa durante décadas. Un acontecimiento políticamente muy importante, pero también de una enorme emotividad, celebrado tres días después por la Filarmónica de Berlín con un concierto que ha adquirido...

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  • 30 oct. 1986gratis

    30 Años en el Suntory Hall – Recuerdos de músicos de la Filarmónica de Berlín

    El Suntory Hall de Tokio se encuentra entre las mejores salas de concierto del mundo y se ha convertido para la Filarmónica de Berlín en un segundo hogar tras haber actuado allí como orquesta invitada en innumerables ocasiones. Esta grabación de 1986 documenta el primer concierto de la orquesta...

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    02 feb. 1968gratis

    Sir Simon Rattle sobre Herbert von Karajan

    La Novena Sinfonía de Beethoven, la Filarmónica de Berlín y Herbert von Karajan: estamos ante una tríada que ha pasado a ser verdaderamente representativa de la esencia de la música clásica. La interpretación aquí recogida se basa en conciertos celebrados en la Philharmonie en el cambio de año...

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