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›Symphonic Mob‹ 2020

As the 'Symphonic Mob' had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in September 2020, we invited musicians of all ages, beginners and professionals, from violin to accordion, to make music with us digitally. After countless registrations and many great video submissions, we can finally present the result: more than 170 musicians singing and playing together the old Berlin hit 'Solang noch untern Linden' by Walter Kollo.

Even if this kind of playing together can't replace the experience of a "real" "Symphonic Mob", it's a nice symbol for staying connected despite all obstacles. We wish you a lot of fun with our #home_edition of the 'Symphonic Mob' and a happy new year! We hope that we can see each other live again next autumn at the 'Symphonic Mob' 2021.

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Concert film ›In Exile – of Gods and Men‹, part 3 on Jan 14, 9 pm

On January 14, the DSO will release the third and final part of its extraordinary concert film entitled ‘IM EXIL – VON GÖTTERN UND MENSCHEN’ (In Exile - Of Gods and Men), which was created together with Music Director Robin Ticciati in the Berlin Sisyphos club. The film focuses on Ondřej Adámek’s work ‘Dusty Rusty Hush’, which is embedded in performative improvisations by orchestra members. The production of sounding images was directed by Frederic Wake-Walker.

The finale premieres Thursday, 14 January at 9 pm on the ➔ DSO PLAYER, where all films are available on demand for 30 days free of charge – Parts I and II until 17 January, Part III until 14 February.

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Dmytro Popov sings ›Hymns of Love‹

On 20 November, Orchid Classics released the first solo album by Ukrainian tenor Dmytro Popov – with a multifaceted programme of arias that have become particularly dear to him because of their emotionality and which he has interpreted many times in roles at world-renowned opera houses such as the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the London Royal Opera House or the Vienna State Opera. The recording was made together with the DSO and conductor Mikhail Simonyan and presents moving moments of musical theatre, among others from Puccini's 'Tosca' and 'La bohème', Bizet's 'Carmen', Gounod's 'Roméo et Juliette' or Tchaikovsky's 'Eugene Onegin'.

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Concerts cancelled until February 1

We very much regret to have to inform you that, on the basis of the decisions taken by the Federal Government and the States, we are suspending concert operations up to and including February 1,  2021. Since all venues may not be opened to the public during the above-mentioned period, this applies equally to the concerts in the Philharmonie, the Haus des Rundfunks, the Tempodrom and the Heimathafen Neukölln.

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The DSO on air

In addition to its concerts in the Berlin Philharmonie and with the support of its radio partners and associates, the DSO will continue to be broadcast regularly present within the programmes of Deutschlandfunk Kultur, Deutschlandfunk and rbbKultur as well as other ARD broadcasting companies. All current broadcasting dates can be found in the overview 'DSO on air'. Listen to them!

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Sun 31.01.
8 pm
Philharmonie Berlin
Symphony Concert

Ingo Metzmacher

As former principal conductor, Ingo Metzmacher is always a welcomed guest of the orchestra. On 31 January he returns to the DSO with the six symphonic poems of the cycle ’Má vlast’ (My Fatherland) by Bedřich Smetana.

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Season brochure 2020-21

Symphony concerts with music director Robin Ticciati and distiguished guest conductors and soloists, three Casual Concerts, chamber concerts and much more – this is DSO's 2020-21 season. Find more in the season brochure!

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