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AmsterdamTicciati and Lisiecki, Chopin and Dvořák

© Christoph Kistlin | Deutsche Grammophon
Chopin, Dvořák
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Robin Ticciati; Jan Lisiecki

BerlinSymphoniekonzert: Andrea Marcon

Mozart, Lully, Boccherini, Schubert
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Andrea Marcon; Sergey Malov

BerlinSymphoniekonzert: Carter, Bruckner

Carter, Bruckner
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Robin Ticciati


Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Cristian Măcelaru; Karen Gomyo; Circus Roncalli

BerlinUltraschall Berlin I

Ammann, Nemtsov, Widmann
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Marc Albrecht; Carolin Widmann
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Tales of the unexpected: Ticciati and Tetzlaff at the Philharmonie

Robin Ticciati © Giorgia Bertazzi
Robin Ticciati and the DSO bring a strong sense of purpose to Rachmaninov's Second Symphony and Christian Tetzlaff explores the extremes of Beethoven's Violin Concerto. 
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Dreams, spirits, but disappointing Bruckner

Robin Ticciati © Giorgia Bertazzi
Now entering his second season as Chief Conductor of the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin, Robin Ticciati is keen to show the breadth of his repertoire and the extent of the orchestra’s abilities. 
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Radiant Vilde Frang opens Antwerp season

Vilde Frang © Marco Borggreve
Attentive to the dynamics and tempi, Frang meshed her violin with the orchestra, naturally coming into the footlights or receding into an accompanying role when required. In effect, the performance had a feel of an improvisation.
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Revelatory and uncompromising at Ultraschall Festival

Heinz Holliger © Daniel Vass
Bernd Alois Zimmermann’s music was the starting point for this year’s Ultraschall Festival, marking what would have been his 100th birthday.
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Triumph and chaos: Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin at Musikfest Berlin

A few nights after the Berliner Philharmoniker brought us Janáček’s late masterpiece, the Glagolitic Mass, the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and conductor Tugan Sokhiev took the stage with his other great work from the same year, 1926: the Sinfonietta, Op. 60, which originally appeared with the modifier “Military”.
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