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Tschechische Symphoniker Prag: Slavic Romanticism

Berlin, Philharmonie Berlin — Kammermusiksaal

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Immerse yourself in the stunning architecture of Berlin's breathtaking Philharmonie Berlin for the ultimate concert set to awake your understanding of classical music.

With their 'Slavic Romanticism' program, the Czech Symphony Orchestra Prague, conducted by Martin Peschik, presents the most famous and beautiful compositions by Smetana and Dvořák, the most prominent representatives of Czech classical music and another compositional genius, Peter I. Tchaikovsky, whose setting of the tragic love story 'Romeo and Juliet' is one of the most important pieces of Romanticism. Smetana's timeless classic 'Die Moldau' will also be performed. The second part of the concert features Antonín Dvořák's 9th Symphony 'From the New World', composed in New York. The Czech Symphony Orchestra will play with great intensity in keeping with the Romantic period, making this program a unique concert experience.


Orchestra: Tschechische Symphoniker Prag
Conductor: Martin Peschik

Philharmonie Berlin

The Philharmonie is a concert hall opened in 1963 in West Berlin. It is considered the musical heart of the German capital, as well as the new urban centre after the fall of the infamous Berlin Wall. Its distinctive bright yellow exterior and unusual tent-like shape quickly made it a city landmark. The surprising design and architecture were initially viewed negatively by many, but the Philharmonie is now considered a model for concert halls worldwide. The architect, Hans Scharoun, aimed to design a concert hall in which the focal point - the musicians on the concert platform - is equally visible from every seat, an aim that gave rise to the hall's unusual shape. Since its inauguration, the Berliner Philharmonie has hosted numerous concerts, often featuring acclaimed soloists and conductors.


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