A special highlight of the DSO's 2008/2009 Season was its trip to Asia in March 2009 with visits to Beijing, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Kuala Lumpur. Seven concerts under the direction of the orchestra's Music Director Ingo Metzmacher feature symphonies by Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms and Anton Bruckner, as well as music by Anton Webern and Richard Wagner. Two of the world's most esteemed soloists will travel with the orchestra: baritone Matthias Goerne will perform Gustav Mahler's ›Kindertotenlieder‹ and violinist Christian Tetzlaff will perform the E-minor concerto by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Alban Berg's concerto ›To The Memory Of An Angel‹. Here you will get some impressions:

The tour starts in Hong Kong

A walk on the Chinese Wall

Music Director Ingo Metzmacher

Ingo Metzmacher rehearses with the DSO in Tokyo.

Concert at ›Bunkamura Orchard Hall‹ in Tokyo

Christian Tetzlaff as soloist in Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy's violin concert in E minor

DSO musicians in front of the ›National Center of Performing Arts‹ in Beijing

During rehearsal

The ›Petronas Twin Towers‹ of Kuala Lumpur, where the last concert of the Asia Tour 2009 took place

DSO musicians before the final concert of the tour

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