Chamber concert at the Spandau Citadel on 29.10.
Under the title 'Forte Kultur', DSO members present six chamber concerts at the Spandau Citadel. Under the title 'The Trombones of Jericho', a trombone ensemble will play music by Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Bruckner as well as traditional folk tunes in the context of Spandau's Jewish history, combined with the performance 'No Mad' by DSO trombonist Tomer Maschkowski and movement artist Oren Lazovski in the Gothic Hall.More info
Visiting DSO concerts in autum
We are delighted to welcome you back to our concerts at the Philharmonie and our other venues.
Due to the pandemic, there are still a few rules that need to be observed. You will find regularly updated information about ticket purchase, advance booking deadlines and your concert visit on our information page.More info
For the victims from Babyn Yar
On Wednesday 6 October the DSO played at the official commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the mass murder of Jews in Babyn Jar in September 1941 at the site of the crime. Thomas Sanderling conducted Dmitri Shostakovich's Symphony No. 13, with bass-baritone Albert Dohmen and the men of the Kiev Municipal Chamber Choir.
Video-on-demand: The Deutsche Welle live broadcast is available as video-on-demand on the → YouTube channel ›DW Classical Music‹.
Listen again: The concert recording can also be listened to on the → website of Deutschlandfunk Kultur for 30 days.More info
Robin Ticciati and Rachmaninoff's Second Symphony
Just in time for the beginning of Robin Ticciati's fifth season as Principal Conductor and Artistic Director, his sixth joint recording with DSO will be released on 3 September by Linn Records. Following highly acclaimed recordings of music by Strauss, Bruckner and French repertoire, their new release is dedicated to Rachmaninoff's Second Symphony. The release was made in co-production with Deutschlandfunk Kultur.Buy