Get to know the musicians from Konzerthausorchester Berlin in an intimate chamber setting.
The concert series at the Castle Köpenick Berlin offers a variety of classical music.
An exciting double-bill awaits intrepid lovers of contemporary music in the form of two of the scene’s leading most original performers: cello-playing electronics wizard Audrey Chen and the ever-inventive Swedish master of unusual sounds Sven-Åke Johansson.
Extreme passions dictate the actions of the protagonists in this tragic love story.
Gerhart Hauptmann’s Die Weber, an incendiary drama based on the Silesian weavers’ revolt of 1844, was completed in 1892 at the height of an ascendant German empire’s power. The play incurred the wrath of the censors and was immediately banned. Some thirty years later, Friedrich Zelnik filmed the drama during the turbulent years of the Weimar Republic. Influenced by Eisenstein and Pudovkin, the adaptation was widely acclaimed for its portrayal of economic and social instability and the workers’ movement.
The Orchestre de la Suisse Romande perform works by Joseph Joachim Raff, Max Bruch, and Hector Berlioz.
Two culmination points of musical ‘verismo’ in a double bill.
The Detusches Kammerorchester Berlin presents their program Tango! featuring works by the most influential composers...
A wide variety of styles and genres are heard in this operetta, from jazz to zippy Berlin marching songs, via South American rhythms.
Russia's finest composers are showcased in this vibrant concert for cello and orchestra, starring German cellist Tanja Tetzlaff.
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