Music and Healing, 17–26 March

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Join the DSO and its music director Robin Ticciati on a spiritual journey through the world of music. All four concerts of the 'Music & Healing' Festival are available as 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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Sat 25.3.
Philharmonie Berlin, 8 pm
Festival ›Music and Healing‹ III

Psychotrip of light and sound

The third festival evening on March 25 touches on the boundary between life and the afterlife. Principal conductor Robin Ticciati explores the religious experience that becomes light and sound in Olivier Messiaens. Alban Berg's masterful Violin Concerto (with soloist Veronika Eberle) performs harrowing mourning. And with Alexander Scriabin the evening culminates in the orgiastic sound rush of the 'Poème de l'extase'.

Sun 26.3.
Philharmonie Berlin, 8 pm
Festival ›Music and Healing IV

Moving Closing Song

The fourth festival evening on March 26 seeks reconciliation and redemption: Jonathan Harvey's '... towards a Pure Land' explores the state that some call nirvana, others paradise or elysium. Richard Wagner's music in the Third Act of 'Tristan und Isolde' also tells of complete transcendence. Robin Ticciati brings it to the stage in concert with a phenomenally cast ensemble around Michael Weinius and Dorothea Röschmann.

Sat 1.4.
Philharmonie Berlin, 8 pm
Oksana Lyniv and Mao Fujita

Virtuoso and romantic

Rachmaninoff's Third Piano Concerto is an all-time audience favorite. The young pianist Mao Fujita introduces himself to the DSO crowd with this highly virtuosic and highly romantic bravura piece. Conductor Oksana Lyniv also has in her bag Dvořák's eighth symphony and a moving elegy by the Ukrainian contemporary Yevhen Stankovych.

DSO Nachrichten

DSO News 03/04 2023

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