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CD release

›Cello Concertos of 1966‹ with Maximilian Hornung 

The new CD by cellist Maximilian Hornung, the DSO and conductor Andris Poga is released by ›myrios classics‹ and contains two highly expressive concertos composed in the Soviet Union in 1966: Dmitri Shostakovich's second cello concerto and the second concerto by the Georgian composer Sulkhan Tsintsadze – the latter was given to Maximilian Hornung as an autograph by his teacher Lehrer Eldar Issakadze and has now been recorded for the first time.

Autumn tour

On tour with Robin Ticciati and Vilde Frang

Together with its chief conductor Robin Ticciati and Norwegian violinist extraordinaire Vilde Frang the DSO goes on tour from November 18 to 25, with concerts in Lugano, Friedrichshafen, Köln, Eindhoven, Ludwigshafen and Lyon. On the programme: Beethoven's violin concerto, Dvořák's ninth symphony ›From the New World‹ and the second symphony by Rachmaninov.

CD release

›Le petit prince‹ with conductor laureate Kent Nagano

A new Capriccio release features two compositions encouraged by Kent Nagano: Wolfgang Rihms ›Das Gehege. A nightly scene from Schlusschor by Botho Strauss for soprano and orchestra‹ (soprano: Dupuis) and a suite for Antoine de Saint-Exupéry‘s novella ›the Little Prince‹ by Jean-Pascal Beintus.

CD release

RAVEL & DUPARC – the second recording from Robin Ticciati and the DSO on Linn Records

Right on time for the beginning of his second season as Music Director of the DSO, a second recording from Robin Ticciati and his orchestra will be released with works by Ravel and Duparc in September 2018. Again they are joined by acclaimed mezzo-soprano Magdalena Kožená. The recording will be released on the Linn Records label.

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After last year’s highly praised recording debut focussing on the composers Debussy and Fauré, Robin Ticciati and the DSO will also dedicate themselves to the spirit of French music on their second joint recording – with works by Maurice Ravel and Henri Duparc composed shortly before the First World War. Even before he drove his musical examination of dance to extremes in ‘La valse’, Maurice Ravel honoured the Viennese waltz and Franz Schubert with his ‘Valses nobles et sentimentales’ from 1912 in an ingenious, harmonically multi-layered way. At the same time, the ballet ‘Daphnis et Chloé’ was premiered, a flamboyant pastoral and “broad musical fresco” (Ravel) that particularly won favour in the concert halls in the form of the second suite. Prodigious talent and a tragic fate are intertwined in the legacy of Henri Duparc. With his first songs in the 1870s, the 20-year old created a sensation, but psychological suffering inhibited the creative energy of the highly gifted man, and only a few works bore up under his massive self-criticism. Only later, in the 1910s, did he orchestrate some of his wonderful “Mélodies”, some of which can be heard on this new recording interpreted by Czech mezzo-soprano Magdalena Kožená – ‘L’invitation au voyage’, ‘Chanson triste’, ‘Au pays où se fait la guerre’ and ‘Phidylé’. The graceful, youthful orchestral nocturne ‘Aux étoiles’ also underwent a revision at this time.

With this new release in September 2018, the DSO is continuing its collaboration with Linn Records that was initiated in 2017. With its carefully curated portfolio, the award-winning audiophile label (part of the Outhere Music Group) also offers, besides physical media, high-resolution studio master files for downloading. Other joint productions are already in the pipeline.

Season 2018-19

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Since Monday, 16 July 2018 tickets for DSO's upcoming 2018-19 season have been available: Online at DSO's web shop through the calendar's ticket buttons, at DSO's ticket office or at any booking office.

Subscriptions have been available since April. Order yours here ...

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DSO's 2018-19 subscriptions available

You can find all new information on DSO's programmes, concerts and artist of the upcoming 2018-19 season on this website.

Subscriptions are available as of now. Order yours here ...

Individual ticket sale starts July 16.

CD release

New Hugo Alfvén Edition

Hugo Alfvén surely ranks with the leading composers of Swedish late romanticism and made his name for himself above all with his compositions inspired by Swedish folklore. The cpo label has just released the first CD of its new edition dedicated to the composer's symphonic music – recorded by Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and conductor Łukasz Borowicz and co-produced by Deutschlandfunk Kultur.

Tour concerts

On tour with Robin Ticciati

A short tour between Feb 14 and 16 takes the DSO and Robin Ticciati to Alte Oper Frankfurt, Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie (pictured) and the Essen Philharmonie. On the programme: Lindberg's ›Chorale‹ and Bruckner's sixth symphony, as well as Jean Sibelius' violin concerto, played by Christian Tetzlaff. The Hamburg concert is sold out.

CD release

Jorge Bolet plays Liszt

Jorge Bolet (1914–1990) ist undoubtedly one of the 20th century's greatest Liszt players – as proven by concert recordings of the composer's piano concertos, newly published by the audite label on February 1st. They were made in 1971 and 1982 with the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (then Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin, RSO) at the Berlin Philharmonic, conducted by Lawrence Foster and Edo de Waart.

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The CD also contains solo recordings from the RIAS studios: Excerpts from the second year of the ›Années de Pèlerinage‹ and Liszt's piano transcription of Wagner's ›Tannhäuser‹ ouverture..

audite historical concerts
Besides its latest new recordings the audite label has dedicated itself to recovering hidden treasures from radio archives and has published numerous historical recordings of the RIAs Symphony orchestra (later: Radio Symphony Orchestra, today: Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin) – newly digitized and carefully restored.

Online now

DSO's new website

Everything's new! On December 4, 2017 DSO's new website went online. Responsive design makes for a great and intuitive viewing experience on all kinds of devices, from smartphone to big screen. With the optimised concert calendar, an interactive wishlist, the new ticket shop or its generously spaced design you can easily find all the information about the orchestra, its concerts, its people and much more.

We cordially invite you to explore our new website! We would be pleased to receive your feedback. You can use our contact form. Many thanks!

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