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Nürnberger Symphoniker, Jonathan Darlington: Debussy, Beethoven, Schumann at Philharmonie Berlin

Berlin, Philharmonie Berlin — Grosser Saal

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The Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra is known for its artistic quality and stylistic range. Since its establishment in 1946, the orchestra has consistently captivated audiences with a diverse repertoire that spans opera, operetta, oratorio, film, and symphony concerts. With each performance, they create a unique and extraordinary musical experience.

Each season, approximately 200,000 people are enchanted by the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra's 100 or so performances. The symphonic concerts held in Nuremberg's Meistersingerhalle primarily focus on classical and romantic compositions, showcasing the orchestra's versatility and mastery of the repertoire.

In addition to their classical performances, the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra also explores exciting cross‐genre projects in their own music hall. Collaborating with artists from diverse genres such as pop, jazz, film, and literature, they deliver captivating and boundary‐pushing performances. The orchestra also presents atmospheric Advent concerts featuring festive baroque music, while the Serenadenhof hosts the music summer and Europe's largest classical open‐air concert, showcasing the orchestra's ability to delve into a wide range of musical styles.

The symphony orchestra is dedicated to fostering an appreciation for classical music among young people. One of their key initiatives, U‐TURN | das Orchestival, combines digital video art, light installations, and interactive elements to engage younger audiences. Musicians from the orchestra also visit schools and kindergartens to introduce students to different instruments through the Symphoniker im Klassenzimmer project. Moreover, the orchestra organizes concerts tailored for people with dementia, chamber music series in collaboration with Nuremberg museums, and cross‐genre productions blending jazz and pop music, further showcasing their commitment to inclusivity and diversity.

Since the 2022/23 season, the internationally acclaimed conductor Jonathan Darlington, hailing from Britain, serves as the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra's chief conductor. With his exceptional artistic excellence, infectious vitality, and charming communication skills, Darlington brings a rare blend of talent, experience, and charisma to the orchestra, promising a fruitful and dynamic collaboration.


  • Claude Debussy – Children’s Corner (Orchestration d’André Caplet)
  • Ludwig van Beethoven – Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Piano in C major, op. 56
  • Robert Schumann – Symphony No. 2 in C major, op. 61
Program is subject to change


Conductor: Jonathan Darlington
Cello: Meehae Ryo
Violin: Maria Solozobova
Piano: Jenny Kim
Orchestra: Nürnberger Symphoniker


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