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.
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.
Tickets 22/23 available from 15.7.
From 15 July, individual tickets for the 2022/2023 DSO season will be available to order from our visitor service and webshop.
With its Conductor Laureate Kent Nagano and the pianist Nikolai Lugansky, the DSO closed out its season at the Kissinger Sommer festival. The programme included Franz Schubert's Fifth Symphony and the Second Piano Concerto by Johannes Brahms. The concert is available as video-on-demand on the DSO Player.
Concerts in Turkey
Anna Prohaska and Giovanni Antonini
Together with soprano Anna Prohaska and conductor Giovanni Antonini, the DSO will be in Turkey for two concerts at the beginning of June – in Ankara and at the Istanbul Music Festival. The programme includes overtures and concert arias by Beethoven, Hadyn and Mozart as well as Beethoven's Second Symphony.
Update: From May 25
New Concert Rules
Due to the latest regulations, there are currently no restrictions when attending concerts. Accordingly, all distance rules as well as the testing and masking obligation are no longer applicable for our events.
Subscriptions 22/23 available now
We are delighted to present all the information on DSO's programmes and guests for the 2022-23 season on this page.
Individual tickets will go on sale on 15 July 2022.
From 8 May
Pre-Concert Talks with Habakuk Traber
Our popular pre-concert talks with Habakuk Traber are back: As usual, they will take place before our symphony concerts at 7.10 pm in the South Foyer of the Philharmonie.
Solidarity Concert as audio and video-on-demand
The Solidarity Concert for Ukraine from 15 March – with Lisa Batiashvili (violin), Rolando Villazón (tenor), Kirill Gerstein (piano), François Leleux (oboe), Alan Gilbert (conductor), Max Raabe (vocals), Ian Wekwerth (piano) and the Rundfunkchor Berlin under Gijs Leenaars – is now available as audio-on-demand and video-on-demand on rbbKultur. It will also be available on ARTE Concert from 17.3.
75 Years DSO
To celebrate its 75th anniversary, the DSO will embark on a week-long European tour in February with its principal conductor Robin Ticciati and the wonderful pianist Leif Ove Andsnes. The tour will take the orchestra to the Konzerthaus in Dortmund, the Kölner Philharmonie, the Palace of Arts in Budapest and will end on 12 February with a concert at the cultural centre La Seine Musicale near Paris.
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