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Händel's ›Messiah‹ with Robin Ticciati

On Easter Weekend the DSO presents one of its season 2018-19 highlights: the staged production of Händel's oratorio ›Messiah‹ as Video on demand, conducted by Robin Ticciatis and featuring singers Louise Alder, Magdalena Kožená, Tim Mead, Allan Clayton and Florian Boesch as well as RIAS Kammerchor Berlin. The concert recording from Berlin's philharmonie is available on the DSO Player from April 1.

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Update

Concerts cancelled until May 9

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 May 9, 2021. Since all venues may not be opened to the public during the above-mentioned period, this applies equally to all our concerts.

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Podcast

'Berlin needs Music!' – Podcast about a Basic Human Need

The DSO launched its first podcast on the topic 'Berlin needs music!'.  In four Thursday episodes, music journalist Julia Kaiser talks with music physician and physiologist Prof. Dr. med. Eckart Altenmüller about music as a basic existential human need. Listen to the (German languange) podcast on the DSO PLAYER as well as on Spotify and Soundcloud, published on 18.3, 25.3, 1.4. and 8.4.

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Concerts at home

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 30.05.
20.04 Uhr
rbbKultur
Symphoniekonzert

Tomáš Hanus

Tomáš Hanus conducts a programme wth Stravinsky's Suites No. 1 and No. 2 for small orchestra and Dvořák's sixth Symphony. Brahms' Double Concerto features first Concertmaster Wei Lu and first solo cellist Mischa Meyer.

Sun 30.05.
21.05 Uhr
Deutschlandfunk
Symphony Concert

Ton Koopman

With music by Händel, Locatelli, Rameau and Vivaldi conductor Ton Koopman returns to DSO's rostrum. For Bach's violin concerto No. 1 in A minor he is joined by Sergej Krylov.

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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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