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BerlinDie Frau ohne Schattenconcert performance

Strauss R.: Die Frau ohne Schatten
Vladimir Jurowski; Torsten Kerl; Anne Schwanewilms; Ildikó Komlósi; Thomas Johannes Mayer

BerlinBerliner Philharmoniker & Daniel Harding

Berlioz: Roméo et Juliette, choral symphony
Berliner Philharmoniker; Gijs Leenaars; Andrew Staples; Shenyang; Rundfunkchor Berlin; Daniel Harding

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Dvořák: Rusalka
Robin Ticciati; Sally Matthews; Pavol Breslik; Alexander Roslavets; Patricia Bardon

BerlinAntrittskonzert Kirlll Petrenko

Berg, Beethoven
Berliner Philharmoniker; Gijs Leenaars; Marlis Petersen; Elisabeth Kulman; Benjamin Bruns; Kwangchul Youn

BerlinLive from Brandenburger Tor

Beethoven: Symphony no. 9 in D minor "Choral", Op.125
Berliner Philharmoniker; Gijs Leenaars; Marlis Petersen; Elisabeth Kulman; Benjamin Bruns; Kwangchul Youn
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Paradise Regained: Schumann’s secular oratorio in Berlin

Mikko Franck © Abramowitz | Radio France
Berliner Philharmoniker’s interpretation of Das Paradies und die Peri reaches for the heavens. 
***11
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An unforgettable Parsifal in Berlin

Nina Stemme, Simon Rattle, Stuart Skelton and the Berlin Philharmonic © Monika Rittershaus
After staged performances in Baden Baden, the Berlin Phil's Parsifal is presented in concert at the Philharmonie, with a couple of key cast changes. 
*****
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The New American Gospel: John Adams in Berlin

John Adams © Christine Alicino
John Adams and Peter Sellars' biblical oratorio given a fine concert performance by the Berliner Philharmoniker under departing chief conductor, Sir Simon Rattle.
****1
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Ghosts of past and present at Berlin's Philharmonie

Gidon Kremer © Paolo Pellegrin | Magnum Photos
Gidon Kremer, long-time champion of Sofia Gubaidulina, joined the Berliner Philharmoniker and Christian Thielemann for a performance of In tempus praesens.
****1
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A humanizing force: spellbinding Brahms

Marlis Petersen and members of the Rundfunkchor Berlin © Stephanie Berger
Performers often speak of ecstatic moments. But that ecstasy doesn't always transfer beyond the stage. This was an extraordinary effort to bridge the divide. 
*****
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