Sir Mark Elder, music director of Manchester's Hallé Orchestra, returns to DSO on March 2. He opens the concert with Frederick Delius' moving Walt Whitman setting ›Sea Drift‹ for baritone, choir and orchestra and is joined by British baritone Roderick Williams (pictured) and Rundfunkchor Berlin.

The programme continues with Sergei Rach­ma­ni­nov's ›Symphonic Dances‹ and Maurice Ravel's g major piano concerto, played by Canadian pianist Louis Lortie.

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Mar 31 + Apr 1 | Conductor laureate Kent Nagano

Mar 31 + Apr 1 | Conductor laureate Kent Nagano

conducts the ›Metamorphosen‹ by Strauss and Beethoven's ›Choral phantasy‹ (with pianist Till Fellner). For Schubert's a flat major mass he is joined by soloists Genia Kühmeier, Claudia Huckle, Benjamin Bruns, Matthew Rose and the Rundfunkchor Berlin.

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Apr 2 | Chamber concert at Heimathafen Neukölln

Apr 2 | Chamber concert at Heimathafen Neukölln

with the ›Symphonic Percussion Berlin‹ ensemble, the cellist Adele Bitter and music for percussion, marimbaphone and violoncello by Bach, Golijov, Reich, Schmitt, Yariv and Wiener.

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Mar 24 | Sir Mark Elder and Roderick Williams

Mar 24 | Sir Mark Elder and Roderick Williams

The music director of Chicago's Lyric Opera and the Mel­bourne Sym­pho­ny Or­ches­tra returns to DSO with Mahler's monumental seventh symphony, once described as »my best work« by the composer himself.

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