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.
Preview / Upcoming Concerts and Films
27.4. / Yutaka Sado
Live Radio concert at 8.03 Uhr on Deutschlandfunk Kultur with rbbKultur with music by Fauré, Ibert, Ravel and Saint-Saëns and piano soloist Louis Lortie.. the programme
27.4. / Chamber Music
Radio concert at 8.03 Uhr on Deutschlandfunk Kultur with rbbKultur with music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Clara Schumann, Camille Saint-Saëns and Astor Piazzolla. the programme
Audio / DSO Podcasts
›Berlin needs Music!‹ – DSO's first Podcast
On 18 March 2021, the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin launches its first podcast with four 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. Further episodes will be published on 25.3, 1.4 and 8.4. (in German).
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.
Radio Concert on rbbKultur with the symphonies no. 25 KV 183 and no. 34 KV 338 by Mozart and the chamber symphony op 110a by Dmitri Shostakovich (arr: Rudolf Barshai). the programme
AUDIO / 6.4. / Concert on demand with Chamber Ensembles
Radio concert on Deutschlandfunk Kultur with chamber music rarities played by DSO ensembles – music from the »Paris schools« deeply influenced by the compositions of Igor Stravinsky, who died 50 years ago. Programme
AUDIO / 28.3. / Concert on demand with Brass and Percussion
Radio Concert on Deutschlandfunk Kultur with DSO's brass and percussion section playing music by Barber, Koetsier, Schönberg, Tscherepnin, Weill and others. Programme ...
AUDIO / 7.3. / Concert on demand with Robin Ticciati and Lars Vogt
Live 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 / Concerts on demand
VIDEO / 21.11. / Ticciati with excerpts from ›Götterdämmerung‹ and more
Video-on-demand of a concert with Robin Ticciati, the DSO and instrumental excerpts from Wagner’s ›Götterdämmerung‹ as well as music by Sergei Rachmaninoff and Klaus Lang.
VIDEO / 7.11. / Sir Simon Rattle and Robin Ticciati from Berlin's Philharmonie
The DSO welcomed back Sir Simon Rattle to its rostrum on November 7, 2020. The Briton conducted Gustav Mahler's ›Das Lied von der Erde‹ in a chamber music version.
VIDEO / Roderick Cox and Julia Bullock at Haus des Rundfunks
In their multi-faceted programme with the DSO, US conductor Roderick Cox and soprano Julia Bullock show the many faces of music and its creators who are connected to their homeland.
VIDEO / 9.4. / Trikestra: #beethoven_rotation
TRIKESTRA, a cooperation of musicians from junge norddeutsche philharmonie, STEGREIF.orchester and the DSO, presented #beethoven_rotation as an interactive 360° video.
VIDEO / Tugan Sokhiev / ›A Flight through the Orchestra‹
Brahms' second symphony at Rummelsburg power station: In this spectacular concert film by Henning Kasten the camera flies through the DSO in one single shot.