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From 17 to 26 March 2023 with Robin Ticciati

Festival ›Music and Healing‹

What does music mean for us today? Can it offer sanctuary, an alternative to our fast-paced society? Does it provide an outlet for religious, mythical, even fantastical ideas? The festival ‘Music & Healing’ explores these ideas with compositions by von Bingen, Dowland and Bach, all the way to overtone singing and 21st century music, featuring masterpieces such as Wagner’s ‘Tristan und Isolde’, Stravinsky’s ‘Le sacre du printemps’ or Scriabin’s ‘Poème de l’extase’. Join the orchestra and Robin Ticciati for a spiritual journey through the world of music. All four concerts are available in a discounted festival package.

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New CD

Brahms and Berg with Christian Tetzlaff

Just in time for the start of the season, a new joint recording of the DSO and its principal conductor Robin Ticciati with the world-renowned violinist Christian Tetzlaff will be released on 2 September on the Ondine label, co-producced by rbbKultur. After a highly acclaimed recording of violin concertos by Beethoven and Sibelius, the artistic partners now devote themselves to violin concertos by Brahms and Berg.

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Autumn Tours

On the Road with Ticciati and Saraste

Together with two conductors and three soloists, the DSO is touring Germany, Austria and Switzerland this autumn. With its principal conductor Robin Ticciati, the pianist Emanuel Ax, Brahms' First Piano Concerto and Rachmaninoff's Third Symphony, the orchestra will give guest performances from 21 October at the Philharmonie Essen, the Victoria Hall Geneva, the Tonhalle Zurich (picture), the Casino Bern and the Stadthalle Aschaffenburg.

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Sun 19.2.
Philharmonie Berlin, 8 pm
Robin TIcciati and Paolo Mendes

The Creation and a Comedic Apocalypse

Joseph Haydn and György Ligeti both loved humour and the experiment. Robin Ticciati organizes a stunning encounter between the two composers on January 19, with enigmatic, two-faced and thoroughly ingenious compositions. Solo hornist Paolo Mendes is featured as soloist in Ligeti's 'Hamburg Concerto'.

Sun 26.2.
Philharmonie Berlin, 8 pm
Robin Ticciati

Magnificent Oratorio

Together with a fantastic ensemble led by Joélle Harvey, Louise Alder (pictured), Iestyn Davies and the Rundfunkchor Berlin, Robin Ticciati brings George Frideric Handel's 'Solomon' to the stage of the Philharmonie on February 26 in a staged setting – as an invitation to rediscover this magnificent, sumptuous oratorio.

Sun 12.3.
Villa Elisabeth, 5 pm
Chamber Music Concert

Paving the way to the great symphony

With Franz Schubert's Octet, a DSO ensemble will explore one of the most beautiful pieces for this varied instrumentation on 12 March at the Villa Elisabeth. It is one of the works with which the composer wanted to "pave the way to the great symphony" and wrote his way out of a creative crisis. On the way there, Johannes Schöllhorn's 'Spur' and 'Ein Hauch von Unzeit III' by Klaus Hubers will also be performed.

DSO Nachrichten

DSO News 01/02 2023

›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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