19.11. Anniversary Concert as video on demand on ARTE Concert
The anniversary concert on 19.11. has been broadcast live by ARTE Concert and is available as video on demand until Feb 17, 2022.
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Audio / Radio Concerts on demand
AUDIO / 5.12. / Concert with Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Stéphane DenèveConcert on demand on Deutschlandfunk Kultur with Elgar’s e minor cello concerto and soloist Sheku Kanneh-Mason as well as Roussel’s second ›Bacchus et Ariane« suite and Ravel’s second ›Daphnis et Chloé« suite.
AUDIO / 30.10. / ›Heimspiel‹ with Schostakovich’s Tenth SymphonyShostakovich's Tenth Symphony in focus – with excerpts from the concert recording conducted by Elim Chan on 30.10. as well as conversations with the conductor, Habakuk Traber and the cellist Valentin Radutiu. Broadcast as part of the 'Heimspiel' series on Deutschlandfunk.
AUDIO / 17.10. / Concert on demand with Kent Nagano and Mari KodamaLive Concert as audio on demand on Deutschlandfunk Kultur with Berlioz' „Béatrice et Bénédict“ ouverture, Strauss' Suite „Der Bürger als Edelmann“ and the world premiere of Rodolphe Bruneau-Boulmier's „Terra Nostra“ piano concerto, played by Mari Kodama.
AUDIO / 6.10. / Memorial Concert for the Victims from Babyn JarBroadcast from the official commemoration ceremony from Kiev on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the mass murder of Jews in Babyn Jar in September 1941 (Audio on demand). Thomas Sanderling conducts Shostakovich's Symphony No. 13 with bass-baritone Albert Dohmen and the men of the Kiev Municipal Chamber Choir.
AUDIO / 26.9. / Concert on demand with Robin Ticciati and Carolin WidmannLive Concert as audio on demand on rbbKultur with Anton Bruckner's Ninth Symphony and Rebecca Saunders' violin concerto 'Still'. The soloist is Carolin Widmann.
AUDIO / 19.9. / Season opening concert on demand with Robin TicciatiLive concert as audio on demand on Deutschlandfunk Kultur with the world premiere of Klaus Lang's 'ionisches licht.', Arvo Pärt's Cello Concerto (soloist: Valentin Radutiu), Stravinsky's 'Requiem Canticles' (with the Rundfunkchor Berlin, Catriona Morison and
Matthias Winckhler) and the Adagio from Mahler's tenth symphony..
AUDIO / 7.3. / Concert on demand with Robin Ticciati and Lars VogtLive Radio Concert on rbbKultur with Elgar's 'Enigma Variations', Haydn's Symphony No. 96 and Brahms' First Piano Concerto. The soloist is Lars Vogt.
VIDEO / Interview with Lars Vogt about the Radio Concert on 7.3.In the run-up to the radio concert on 7.3, pianist Lars Vogt spoke with the DSO about Johannes Brahms' First Piano Concerto.
Video / Composers in Focus
What does it mean to compose in this day and age? How does technological progress influence the creative process and the creation of music? And what is the relationship between composers and their audience? The DSO explores these and many other questions in its new video format 'Composers in Focus' by talking to several contemporary composers. The first episodes will be released every Tuesday starting 27 July.
Episode #1: Ondřej AdámekAdámek's musical language draws inspiration from elements of numerous cultures thus creating unusual musical narratives ...
Episode #2: Helen GrimeHelen Grime was born in York, England in 1981. After studying at the Royal College of Music in London, she received a Leonard Bernstein Scholarship for the Tanglewood Music Center in 2008.
VIDEO / Music Film Productions
›Eine Alpensinfonie‹ with Robin Ticciati and Reinhold Messner
The DSO presents its new film 'EINE ALPENSINFONIE' here on the DSO PLAYER. The lavish production presents the eponymous tone poem by Richard Strauss as a musical mountain tour with Reinhold Messner. Existential reports by the mountaineering legend enter into a cinematic dialogue with impressive concert footage shot in a 360-degree set-up of the imposing orchestra around DSO principal conductor Robin Ticciati at the Tempodrom in Berlin.
Reinhold Messner Narrator
Robin Ticciati Conductor
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
Frederic Wake-Walker Director and Concept
Andreas Morell Film Director
Co-produced by DSO with EuroArts and rbbKultur
›In Exile – of Gods and Men‹Last autumn, DSO's three-part concert film was made with Music Director Robin Ticciati in the Friedrichswerder Church, in nature and at Club Sisyphos. The Sounding Images production was directed by Frederic Wake-Walker. All three parts are now available again on the DSO PLAYER.
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›Struggle with the Devil‹Director Frederic Wake-Walker and visual artist Ergo Phizmiz bring the one-act operas 'Sancta Susanna' by Paul Hindemith and 'Slzy Nože' (The Tears of the Knife) by Bohuslav Martinů and the contemporary orchestral work 'Sinuous Voices' by Ondřej Adámek to expressionist life ...
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Audio / DSO Podcasts
›Berlin needs Music!‹ – DSO's first Podcast
Update 2.9.: Episode 5 now online
On 18 March 2021, the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin launched its first podcast with five episodes entitled "Berlin needs music!", dealing with the many positive effects of practical and receptive engagement with music for body, mind and society. Presenter Julia Kaiser talks to music physician and physiologist Eckart Altenmüller (episodes 1–4) as well as musicologist Melanie Wald-Fuhrmann (episode 5). [in German].
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#rotations – A Podcast by and about TRIKESTRA
In TRIKESTRA's first podcast, the junge norddeutsche philharmonie, the STEGREIF.orchester and the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin explore the "Sound of the Universe". Within three episodes they explore the universe, music and all the infinite, mystical or magical that lies in between. Juri De Marco, artistic director and horn player of the STEGREIF.orchester, is the host and talks to numerous wonderful guests. They embark on a journey into the infinite cosmos, fathom new dimensions of TRIKESTRA and take a look into the future sky of classical music.
The TRIKESTRA podcasts are also available at