Update: Since January 15

Concerts under 2G-Plus conditions

Due to the amended Infection Protection Ordinance of the Berlin Senate, the extended 2G-Plus rule applies to cultural events until further notice. In addition to the digitally verifiable proof of vaccination or convalescence from the EU, concert attendance is now only possible with a recent negative test result or proof of a booster vaccination. An FFP2 mask must also be worn during the concert. 

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Together against Corona

"We need more people to get vaccinated!" This is the mission which has lead to the formation of the largest anti-Corona initiative to date, 'Brands Against Corona', initiated by the German business community. Currently, more than 150 German companies and brands are already taking part and are calling out together to fight vaccination fatigue and make public life in Germany safe again.

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Watch the Anniversary Concert on ARTE Concert

The November 19 anniversary concert with Robin Ticciati and Lisa Batsiashvili was broadcast live by ARTE Concert and is now available video-on-demand.

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Sun 23.1.
Haus des Rundfunks (Großer Sendesaal), 8 pm

›Ultraschall Berlin‹ II

Eun Sun Kim conducts Arne Gieshoff's 'Burr' and 'Fett' by Enno Poppe at the Festival's closing concert. Fiston Mwanza Mujila appears as narrator in Yiran Zhao's 'or Disgust Comes Before Essence' and Nils Mönkemeyer as soloist in York Höller's Viola Concerto.

Sat 29.1.
Philharmonie Berlin, 8 pm
Symphony Concert

Ticciati and Andsnes

At the Berlin opening concerts of the anniversary tour, Robin Ticciati conducts Berlioz' Overture to 'Les francs-juges' and Beethoven's 'Eroica'. Leif Ove Andsnes is the soloist in Schumann's Piano Concerto.

Sun 30.1.
Philharmonie Berlin, 8 pm
Symphony Concert

Ticciati and Andsnes

The second evening with Robin Ticciati and pianist Leif Ove Andsnes will also feature Berlioz' Overture to 'Les francs-juges', Schumann's Piano Concerto and Beethoven's 'Eroica'.

DSO Nachrichten

DSO News 01/02 2022

›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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