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Venue: Konzerthaus, Berlin

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10117 Berlin
ContainsGroßer Saal
Kleiner Saal
Werner-Otto Saal
Google maps52° 30' 49.000" N 13° 23' 34.000" E
November 2020
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Matinee performance
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BerlinVogler Quartet

Vogler Quartet

BerlinIl Giardino Armonico, Giovanni Antonini

Handel, Purcell, Graupner, Sartorio, Locke, Castello, Cavalli
Il giardino armonico; Giovanni Antonini; Anna Prohaska

BerlinKonzerthausorchester Berlin, Thomanerchor Leipzig: Bach's Christmas Oratorio

Bach: Christmas Oratorio, BWV248
Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Thomanerchor (Leipzig); Gotthold Schwarz

BerlinEnsemble Artaserse with Philippe Jaroussky

Bononcini, Caldara, Hasse, Scarlatti, Vivaldi
Ensemble Artaserse; Philippe Jaroussky

BerlinKonzerthausorchester Berlin, Louis Langrée

Gluck, Mozart, Haydn
Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Louis Langrée; Yubeen Kim; Ronith Mues

BerlinRundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Rundfunkchor Berlin, Vladimir Jurowski

Hoyer, Beethoven
Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski; Miah Persson; Karolina Gumos; Jeremy Ovenden; Florian Boesch

BerlinNew Year's Eve Concert with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin

Wagner, Weber, Bernstein
Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Christoph Eschenbach; Martin Helmchen
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Absolute Stravinsky, absolute Iván Fischer!

Iván Fischer © Marco Borggreve
The Konzerthaus Berlin devotes a six-day festival to a single composer under a single conductor. 
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The Vienna Phil brings Bruckner and Mozart to Berlin

Riccardo Muti conducts the Vienna Philharmonic © Markus Werner
Riccardo Muti offers a non-interventionist approach in a concert showcasing a great orchestra on golden form.
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Rebels without a cause in Berlin

Teodor Currentzis © Anton Zavyalov
Teodor Currentzis, bad boy of early music, appeared at the Konzerthaus Berlin with Patricia Kopatchinskaja and MusicAeterna for a performance that turned it up to 11.
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Víkingur Ólafsson plays Glass in Berlin

Víkingur Ólafsson © Enno Kapitza
Vikingur Ólafsson, a daring and unique artist, never repeated himself in a performance of Philip Glass' Etudes for piano as part of the Berlin Konzerthaus' "Festival USA".
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A history lesson with Vladimir Jurowski

Arabella Steinbacher © Peter Rigaud
A firecracker performance by Vladimir Jurowski and the Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester Berlin giving urgency to music composed at a time that echoes our own.
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Dvořák’s Spectre’s Bride exhumed in Berlin

The orchestral writing proves to be the main point of interest in a rousing performance of Dvořák's rare dramatic cantata.
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Fischer and Fischer at the Konzerthaus Berlin

Berlin’s Konzerthaus Orchestra began its new season with works by two composers set against the artistic orthodoxies of their day.
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Bruckner and the Minimalists in Berlin

For his guest appearance with the Berlin Konzerthausorchester last weekend, Russell Davies was joined by violinist Chad Hoopes for performances of Glass and Adams alongside Bruckner’s First.
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