Music Director

Robin Ticciati renews his contract until 2027

The DSO is delighted to announce that Robin Ticciati – who has held the position of Chief Conductor and Music Director since the 2017/2018 season – has renewed his existing contract beyond 2022 for another five years.

In the past seasons, the 37-year-old Briton has proven with the DSO his enormous versatility and flexibility, with repertoire from the Renaissance to contemporary music, with new presentation forms, unusual concert venues and exceptional projects like playing on gut strings and free improvisation. The DSO has recently been nominated by ‘Gramophone’ magazine for the ‘Orchestra of the Year’ 2020 award on the basis of the outstanding reviews received for its recordings with Robin Ticciati.

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Concerts in October

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Tickets for the DSO concerts in October are now available at DSO's Ticket Office / Visitors Service.

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New Release

Strauss CD with Robin Ticciati and soprano Louise Alder

Just in time for the start of the new season, the fifth joint CD recording of Robin Ticciati with the DSO has been released on Linn Records on September 4. After highly acclaimed recordings with music by Bruckner and French repertoire, they now devote themselves for the first time to Richard Strauss – the tone poems 'Don Juan' and 'Tod und Verklärung' as well as the orchestral version of the Six Songs op. 68 based on poems by Clemens Brentano. The British soprano Louise Alder is their congenial soloist. The CD is co-produced by Deutschlandfunk Kultur.

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Gramophone’s Orchestra of the Year 2020

Vote Now for DSO!

The Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin has been nominated by the renowned British music magazine ‘Gramophone’ for the ‘Orchestra of the Year 2020’ award. The choice is carried out by an audience vote. We would be delighted if you would give your vote to the DSO and thank you very much for your support!

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Sun 04.10.
8 pm
Philharmonie Berlin
Symphony Concert

Robin Ticciati

Music Director Robin Ticciati conducts a modified programme, due to the Corona regulations: Purcell's March from the 'Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary', Birtwistle's 'Cortege' and the Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis from Vaughan Williams. The solo part in Prokofiev's first violin concerto ist played by Lisa Batiashvili.

Fri 30.10.
10 pm
Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Wilhelm-von-Humboldt-Saal
Chamber Concert

›Notturno‹ at Humboldt-Saal

The first 'Notturno' concert of the season takes place in the Wilhelm-von-Humboldt-Saal of the Staatsbibliothek Unter den Linden – with sextets for piano and woodwind quintet by Jean Françaix, Francis Poulenc and Ludwig Thuille.

DSO Nachrichten

DSO News 09/10 2020

›DSO News‹ (DSO-Nachrichten) is DSO's bi-monthly German language magazine with news, interviews, concert previews and reports about the orchestra and its programmes.


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