• Konzerthaus Berlin, Außenansicht (Credit: Felix Löchner / Sichtkreis)
  • Konzerthaus Berlin, Außenansicht (Credit: Felix Löchner / Sichtkreis)
  • Konzerthaus Berlin, Außenansicht, Abend (Credit: David von Becker)

Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Christoph Eschenbach: Composer portrait Matthias Pintscher

Berlin, Konzerthaus Berlin — Großer Saal

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Enjoy masterworks by Pintscher performed by the Konzerthausorchester, cellist Claudio Bohórquez and outstanding soloists under the baton of Christoph Eschenbach in the beautiful Konzerthaus Berlin.

With nearly 100 concerts each season, the Konzerthausorchester has been inspiring audiences in the concert hall on Gendarmenmarkt for over 60 years! Principal conductors such as Kurt Sanderling, Eliahu Inbal and Iván Fischer have led and continue to lead the orchestra to great international acclaim. The ensemble's repertoire and range of styles in continuously being expanded, with music from Monteverdi to Lachenmann being performed with equal competence.


  • Pintscher, Matthias – „beyond II“ (bridge over troubled water) — Trio für Flöte, Viola und Harfe
  • Pintscher, Matthias – „Uriel“ — Sonate für Violoncello und Klavier
  • Pintscher, Matthias – „bereshit“ (Am Anfang) für großes Ensemble
Program is subject to change


Conductor: Eschenbach, Christoph

Christoph Eschenbach, born 1940 in Breslau, Germany (today Wroclaw, Poland) is a noted pianist and conductor. Orphaned by World War II, he won numerous first‐place piano competition prizes. In 1964 he made his first recording (of Mozart) for Deutsche Grammophon and signed a contract with the label.

Prior to being named to his positions as Music Director of the Orchestre de Paris and the Philadelphia Orchestra, he held principal conducting and directing positions with orchestras in Ludwigshafen and Hamburg (Germany) and the Ravinia Festival (outside Chicago, Illinois). In 1981 he became principal guest conductor of Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, and was chief conductor from 1982‐86. Other posts include music director of the Houston (1988‐99); chief conductor of the Hamburg NDR Symphony (1998‐2004); and music director of the Ravinia Festival, summer home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (1994‐2003). He has made numerous recordings both as piano soloist and conductor.

He is credited with helping and supporting talented young musicians in their career development including soprano Renée Fleming and pianists Tzimon Barto and Lang Lang.

Cello: Bohórquez, Claudio
Viola: Schmidt, Ernst‐Martin
Flute: Krivenko, Andrei
Harp: Mues, Ronith
Piano: Nagy, Péter


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