Just in time for the beginning of Robin Ticciati's fifth season as Principal Conductor and Artistic Director, his sixth joint recording with DSO will be released on 3 September by Linn Records. Following highly acclaimed recordings of music by Strauss, Bruckner and French repertoire, their new release is dedicated to Rachmaninoff's Second Symphony. The release was made in co-production with Deutschlandfunk Kultur.
DSO's 2021-22 subscriptions available
You can find all new information on DSO's programmes, concerts and artist of the upcoming 2021-22 season on this website.
The DSO is back in the Philharmonie! We are delighted to be returning to the concert halls after many months without concerts and cordially invite you, our audience, to three concerts in June: The ➜ chamber concert on 6 June in the Villa Elisabeth presents the academists of the DSO, two symphony concerts in the Philharmonie will be conducted by ➜ Manfred Honeck on 13 June (featuring cellist Alban Gerhardt) and ➜ Kent Nagano on 25 June (featuring pianist Seong-Jin Cho).
Please make sure to read our updated information on buying tickets and entering the building:
Händel's ›Messiah‹ with Robin Ticciati
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.
Concerts cancelled until May 9
We very much regret to have to inform you that, on the basis of the decisions taken by the Federal Government and the States, we are suspending concert operations up to and including May 9, 2021. Since all venues may not be opened to the public during the above-mentioned period, this applies equally to all our concerts.
'Berlin needs Music!' – Podcast about a Basic Human Need
The DSO launched its first podcast on the topic 'Berlin needs music!'. In four Thursday episodes, music journalist Julia Kaiser talks with music physician and physiologist Prof. Dr. med. Eckart Altenmüller about music as a basic existential human need. Listen to the (German languange) podcast on the DSO PLAYER as well as on Spotify and Soundcloud, published on 18.3, 25.3, 1.4. and 8.4.
‘Struggle with the Devil’
On 12 March a new music film by the DSO had its premiere. With 'Struggle with the Devil' (Im Kampf mit dem Teufel), director Frederic Wake-Walker and visual artist Ergo Phizmiz bring to expressionistic life the one-act operas 'Sancta Susanna' by Paul Hindemith and 'Slzy Nože' (The Tears of the Knife) by Bohuslav Martinů, as well as the contemporary orchestral work 'Sinuous Voices' by Ondřej Adámek. Through collages and animations rich in references and innuendos, in combination with footage shot both in the Green Screen Studio and in the Kleiner Sendesaal of the rbb in February, an associative visual world is opened up that is inspired by the 1920s and congenially presents both music and content.
The film was co-produced with EuroArts and cooperation with Deutschlandfunk Kultur. On the DSO PLAYER it remains available for free as video-on-demand until April 9.
Double feature on March 7: Robin Ticciati and Lars Vogt live + DSO string orchestra
The DSO can be heard twice on the radio on Sunday, 7 March. From 8.04 pm, rbbKultur will broadcast a concert live from the Haus des Rundfunks and conducted by music director Robin Ticciati – with Haydn's Symphony No. 96, Elgar's 'Enigma Variations' and Brahms' First Piano Concerto featuring soloist Lars Vogt.
From 9.05 pm, Deutschlandfunk will broadcast a recording of a 28 February concert with music by Janáček, Suk and Vaughan Williams, performed by a top-class string orchestra consisting of DSO members around the first concertmaster Marina Grauman and other principals.
Robin Ticciati with Martinů's opera 'Slzy Nože' on Deutschlandfunk Kultur, 21 February
On 21 February, Robin Ticciati presents Martinů's one-act opera 'Slzy Nože' (The Tears of the Knife). Originally planned as a staged production for the Philharmonie, the satirical comedy, in which erotic desire and Satan both play a significant role, can now be heard at 8.03 p.m. as a radio concert on Deuschlandfunk Kultur – with a top-class cast featuring soprano Kateřina Kněžíková, contralto Markéta Cukrová and baritone Lucia Lucas. The opera will be preceded by Ondrej Adámek's 'Sinuous Voices' and followed by a recording from May 2018 of Bohuslav Martinů's rarely performed First Symphony, conducted by Sir Roger Norrington.
Robin Ticciati and Christian Tetzlaff on rbbKultur, 14 February
With its first concert of the new year, the DSO continues its live radio broadcasts. On Sunday, 14 February, rbbKultur will broadcast a programme directed by Robin Ticciati – with an improvisation and the last symphony by Joseph Haydn – starting at 8 pm. For Jörg Widmann's First Violin Concerto, the exceptional violinist Christian Tetzlaff, who has been a close artistic friend of the DSO and Ticciati for many years, joins in as soloist.
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