Conciertos en directo

12  Conciertos
  • Daniel Harding dirige la Primera Sinfonía de Mahler

    Daniel Harding dirige la Primera Sinfonía de Mahler

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    La música de Gustav Mahler se sitúa en el umbral del modernismo: unas veces escéptica, otras confiada y, a pesar de ocasionales impulsos nostálgicos, siempre es decididamente innovadora. Daniel Harding yuxtapone la Primera Sinfonía de Mahler con obras de Alban Berg y Charles Ives, contemporáneos cuyo lenguaje musical muestra tanto semejanzas como grandes diferencias con respecto a Mahler. Un apasionante viaje de descubrimiento.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Daniel Harding

    Dorothea Röschmann

    • Charles Ives
      Orchestral Set núm. 1 «Tres lugares en Nueva Inglaterra»

    • Alban Berg
      Tres fragmentos de la ópera Wozzeck

      Dorothea Röschmann soprano

    • Gustav Mahler
      Sinfonía núm. 1 en Re mayor

    Daniel Harding dirige la Primera Sinfonía de Mahler Ver concierto
  • Zubin Mehta dirige «Otello»

    Zubin Mehta dirige «Otello»

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    The 75-year-old Giuseppe Verdi once again reached a new artistic level with Otello. None of his other operas is as compelling or has such dramatic force, right up to the murderous finale. Following the performances at the Easter Festival in Baden-Baden, the Berliner Philharmoniker present their interpretation of this dark, expressive score to the Berlin public together with a cast of prominent singers and conductor Zubin Mehta.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Zubin Mehta

    Arsen Soghomonyan, Sonya Yoncheva, Luca Salsi

    • Giuseppe Verdi
      Otello Versión de concierto

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

    Zubin Mehta dirige «Otello» Ver concierto
  • La Orquesta Juvenil Alemana y Ingo Metzmacher con la «Sinfonía Alpina»

    La Orquesta Juvenil Alemana y Ingo Metzmacher con la «Sinfonía Alpina»

    Photo: Tom Wassenberg

    Following its performance under the direction of Kirill Petrenko, the National Youth Orchestra of Germany is now making its second appearance at the Philharmonie to mark its 50th birthday – this time under the baton of Ingo Metzmacher. In the two works he conducts, two opposing worlds collide: the loud, vibrant, dynamic urban life of New York, portrayed musically by Edgard Varèse in his orchestral work Amériques, and the rural, contemplative world of the Bavarian mountains depicted by Richard Strauss in his Alpine symphony.

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    Bundesjugendorchester
    Ingo Metzmacher

    • gratis

      Edgard Varèse
      Amériques (1ª versión de 1922)

    • gratis

      Richard Strauss
      Una Sinfonía Alpina op. 64

    La Orquesta Juvenil Alemana y Ingo Metzmacher con la «Sinfonía Alpina» Ver concierto
  • Concierto Europa con Daniel Harding desde el Musée d’Orsay de París

    Concierto Europa con Daniel Harding desde el Musée d’Orsay de París

    El Concierto Europa de este año en el Musée d’Orsay en París es un símbolo poderoso de la amistad franco-alemana. Daniel Harding, director musical de la Orquesta de París, dirige obras de Wagner, Berlioz y Debussy que revelan los muchos vínculos entre las culturas musicales de los dos países. El barítono galés Bryn Terfel actua como solista con los Philharmoniker por primera vez en 18 años.

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    European Concert from Paris

    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Daniel Harding

    Bryn Terfel

    • Richard Wagner
      Encantos del Viernes Santo de la ópera Parsifal

    • Hector Berlioz
      Cacería real y tormenta de la ópera Los Troyanos

    • Claude Debussy
      Pelléas et Mélisande (fragmentos compilados por Daniel Harding)

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

    • Hector Berlioz
      Escena de amor de Romeo et Juliette

    • Richard Wagner
      Despedida de Wotan y Música del fuego mágico de La valquiria (versión de concierto)

      Bryn Terfel

    Concierto Europa con Daniel Harding desde el Musée d’Orsay de París Ver concierto
  • Bernard Haitink dirige Mozart y Bruckner

    Bernard Haitink dirige Mozart y Bruckner

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    After many failures, Anton Bruckner finally achieved a triumph with his Seventh Symphony. Whether in New York, London or Amsterdam, people everywhere wanted to hear what to this day is still the composer’s most popular work, with its poignant Adagio movement. Bernard Haitink, one of the great Bruckner experts, conducts this performance. In addition, Paul Lewis makes his debut as soloist with the Berliner Philharmoniker in Mozart’s introverted, melancholy Piano Concerto No. 26.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Bernard Haitink

    Paul Lewis

    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Concierto para piano y orquesta en Si bemol mayor, KV 595

      Paul Lewis piano

    • Anton Bruckner
      Sinfonía núm. 7 en Mi mayor

    Bernard Haitink dirige Mozart y Bruckner Ver concierto
  • Proyecto coral educativo con los Héroes Vocales

    Proyecto coral educativo con los Héroes Vocales

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    A modern oratorio about a tragic death: Jonathan Dove’s There was a Child is an homage to the son of friends who died in a diving accident in Thailand at the age of 19. The composer traces the panorama of a young life – charming impertinence, carefree playfulness, childlike worries, youthful thirst for adventure. In this choir project of the Education Programme, the Vocal Heroes youth choir, amateur singers, members of the Berliner Philharmoniker and guests share the stage of the Philharmonie.

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    Education choir project

    Vocal Heroes
    Simon Halsey

    • gratis

      Jonathan Dove
      El programa aún no se ha dado a conocer

      Project Participants, Vocal Heroes youth choir, Members of the Berliner Philharmoniker and Guests, Toby Spence tenor, Anna Henckel-Donnersmarck Diseño de video, Simon Halsey musical direction

    • Nico Muhly
      Excerpts from Friday Afternoons (arr. for Childrens' Choir and Ensemble)

    Proyecto coral educativo con los Héroes Vocales Ver concierto
  • Herbert Blomstedt y Yefim Bronfman

    Herbert Blomstedt y Yefim Bronfman

    Photo: Peter Adamik

    Yefim Bronfman is a musician whose powerful, energetic playing and brilliant technique recall the great Russian pianistic tradition of the 20th century. At this concert he interprets Beethoven’s Second Piano Concerto. The conductor is the charismatic Herbert Blomstedt, who will also conduct a work from his native Sweden: Wilhelm Stenhammar’s Second Symphony, a late Romantic discovery with fascinating Nordic timbres.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Herbert Blomstedt

    Yefim Bronfman

    • Ludwig van Beethoven
      Concierto para piano y orquesta núm. 2 en Si bemol mayor, op. 19

      Yefim Bronfman piano

    • Wilhelm Stenhammar
      Sinfonía núm. 2 en Sol menor, op. 34

    Herbert Blomstedt y Yefim Bronfman Ver concierto
  • Paavo Järvi dirige Berg y Bruckner

    Paavo Järvi dirige Berg y Bruckner

    Photo: Julia Baier

    In this concert with Paavo Järvi, we experience sensuously delicate tonal beauty, composed by two pioneers of Modernism. Anton Webern’s richly coloured arrangement of a ricercare by Bach is followed by Alban Berg’s Seven Early Songs (soloist: Hanna-Elisabeth Müller), which capture the tender mood of young love. Bruckner’s Second Symphony concludes the programme – an early work which already has unmistakable Brucknerian power.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Paavo Järvi

    Hanna-Elisabeth Müller

    • Johann Sebastian Bach
      de la Ofrenda musical BWV 1079: núm. 2 Ricercar a 6 (arreglo: Anton Webern)

    • Alban Berg
      Siete canciones de juventud (versión para soprano y orquesta)

      Hanna-Elisabeth Müller soprano

    • Anton Bruckner
      Sinfonía núm. 2 en Do menor (2ª versión de 1877)

    Paavo Järvi dirige Berg y Bruckner Ver concierto
  • Michael Sanderling dirige Haydn y Shostakóvich

    Michael Sanderling dirige Haydn y Shostakóvich

    Photo: Marco Borggreve

    Joseph Haydn’s Second Cello Concerto is one of the most important works of Viennese Classicism. Its warm, melodious solo part is captivating, excitingly alternating between melancholy and cheerfulness. At this concert it is played by Bruno Delepelaire, first principal cellist of the Berliner Philharmoniker. At his debut with the Philharmoniker, Michael Sanderling also conducts Shostakovich’s Leningrad Symphony: a nightmarishly brutal panorama of the Second World War.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Michael Sanderling

    Bruno Delepelaire

    • Joseph Haydn
      Concierto para violonchelo y orquesta núm. 2 en Re mayor, Hob. VIIb:2

      Bruno Delepelaire cello

    • Dmitri Shostakovich
      Sinfonía núm. 7 en Do mayor, op. 60 «Leningrado»

    Michael Sanderling dirige Haydn y Shostakóvich Ver concierto
  • Constantinos Carydis dirige Mozart y Shostakóvich

    Constantinos Carydis dirige Mozart y Shostakóvich

    Photo: Thomas Brill

    It is always exciting to hear the expressive range that can be achieved even with a small orchestra. That is demonstrated in this concert, at which Constantinos Carydis makes his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker. The programme is framed by Mozart’s Symphonies No. 34 and 38, in which tonal radiance is combined with delicate expressive nuances. We also hear works by Dimitri Shostakovich, including his Chamber Symphony op. 110a, which sensitively and movingly reflects the horror of war.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Constantinos Carydis

    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Sinfonía núm. 34 en Do mayor, KV 338

    • Dmitri Shostakovich
      Sinfonía de cámara en Do menor, op. 110a (orquestación de Rudolf Barshái)

    • Dmitri Shostakovich
      Dos Piezas para octeto de cuerda, op. 11 (versión para orquesta de cuerda)

    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Sinfonía núm. 38 en Re mayor, KV 504 «Praga»

    Constantinos Carydis dirige Mozart y Shostakóvich Ver concierto
  • Andris Nelsons y Daniil Trifonov

    Andris Nelsons y Daniil Trifonov

    Photo: Monika Rittershaus

    Alexander Scriabin’s Piano Concerto is a work that is performed with surprising infrequency. During this concert you can discover the work for yourself: its drama and passion, its boundless wealth of emotional nuances. The soloist is Daniil Trifonov, “perhaps the most exciting pianist to have emerged internationally in the last 30 years” (The Guardian). Andris Nelsons also conducts Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 11, which impresses listeners with the vividness of a film score.

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    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Andris Nelsons

    Daniil Trifonov

    • Alexander Scriabin
      Concierto para piano y orquesta en Fa sostenido menor, op. 20

      Daniil Trifonov piano

    • Dmitri Shostakovich
      Sinfonía núm. 11 en Sol menor, op. 103, «El año 1905»

    Andris Nelsons y Daniil Trifonov Ver concierto
  • Tugan Sojiev dirige Prokófiev y Ravel en la Waldbühne

    Tugan Sojiev dirige Prokófiev y Ravel en la Waldbühne

    Photo: Holger Kettner

    The Berliner Philharmoniker and conductor Tugan Sokhiev – music director of Moscow’s Bolshoi Theater – distinguish themselves as storytellers at this outdoor concert. We hear Prokofiev’s humorous music for the film satire Lieutenant Kijé, travel to the Orient with Maurice Ravel’s shimmering, sensuous song cycle Shéhérazade (soloist: Marianne Crebassa) and witness the most famous love story of all time in Prokofiev’s ballet music Romeo and Juliet.

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    From the Berlin Waldbühne

    Berliner Philharmoniker
    Tugan Sokhiev

    Marianne Crebassa

    • Sergei Prokofiev
      Suite de la música para la película Teniente Kijé, op. 60

    • Maurice Ravel
      Sheherazade, tres canciones a partir de poemas de Tristan Klingsor

      Marianne Crebassa mezzo-soprano

    • Sergei Prokofiev
      Romeo y Julieta, música de ballet, op. 64 (Suite, compilada por Tugan Sojiev)

    Tugan Sojiev dirige Prokófiev y Ravel en la Waldbühne Ver concierto