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Performer: Berliner Philharmoniker

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A feast in times of famine: Berlin Phil's Covid experiment a triumph

The Berlin Philharmonic's experimental concert not only paves the way to a return to near normality, it presents performances of stunning drama and power. 
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The communal power of music demonstrated by Levit and Järvi in Berlin

Järvi and the Berliner Philharmoniker also played Prokofiev's rarely performed Sixth Symphony. 
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Thielemann conducts the Berlin Phil's “Golden Twenties” finale

Christian Thielemann shows his lighter side, while the Berlin Philharmonic play music they haven't touched in nearly a century.
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Punchy Weill and placid Sibelius in Berlin

Stepping in at the last minute, conductor Thomas Søndergård offered a program that didn’t fully adhere to the orchestra’s planned exploration of Berlin in the Weimar era.

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Petrenko and Berlin Philharmonic get to the heart of Weill

Kirill Petrenko launches the Berlin Philharmonic's “Golden Twenties” series with Kurt Weill's First Symphony and Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex.
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Plunging into the abyss with Kirill Petrenko and the Berliners

A doom-laden trip to Dante's Inferno via Shakespeare's star-cross'd lovers and a voyage across the lake to The Isle of the Dead
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