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Venue: Philharmonie, Berlin

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Address1 Herbert-von-Karajan-Straße
D10785 Berlin
ContainsExhibition Foyer of the Kammermusiksaal
Großer Saal
Google maps52° 30' 34.748" N 13° 22' 10.134" E
August 2019
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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BerlinLate Night at the Philharmonie: Pierre-Laurent Aimard

Messiaen: Catalogue d'oiseaux, for solo piano
Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Piano

BerlinCritics' Quartet

BerlinThree Orchestras from London: Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique

Berlioz: Benvenuto Cellini
Sir John Eliot Gardiner; Sophia Burgos; Adèle Charvet; Michael Spyres; Krystian Adam

BerlinDie Frau ohne Schattenconcert performance

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

BerlinMatinee Alexander Melnikov

Rossini, Berlioz
Alexander Melnikov, Piano

BerlinRoyal Concertgebouw Orchester & Tugan Sokhiev

Andriessen, Tchaikovsky
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Tugan Sokhiev

BerlinEnsemble Modern

Neuwirth, Varèse, Andriessen
Klaas Stok; Hermann Kretzschmar; Catherine Milliken; Norbert Ommer; ChorWerk Ruhr

BerlinThree Orchestras from London: BBC Symphony OrchestraEuropean première

Mussorgsky, Andriessen, Neuwirth, Sibelius
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Sakari Oramo; Nora Fischer; Håkan Hardenberger
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Virtuosi old and new: Daniil Trifonov at the Berlin Philharmonie

Daniil Trifonov © Dario Acosta | DG
Wunderkind Russian piano virtuosi are no novelty in European concert halls. Artistic seriousness and subtle interpretive skill are a harder sell. Daniil Trifonov, a pianist with intelligent and original interpretations that belie a maturity beyond his tender years, closed his season-long residency at the Berlin Philharmonic with a performance of Scriabin's rarely performed piano concerto.
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Master craftsmen: Lachenmann's My Melodies

Helmut Lachenmann © Stephan Rabold
The most recent work by the elder statesman of contemporary music in Germany is given a performance in Berlin's Philharmonie.
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New tricks for Zubin Mehta and the Berlin Philharmonic

Zubin Mehta conducts the Berlin Philharmonic © Monika Rittershaus
Zubin Mehta and the Berlin Philharmonic have an extraordinary relationship lasting over five decades. In three performances in the Philharmonie, Mehta paired a piece from the core of his romantic repertoire with a new percussion concerto.
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Exploring extremes: a rich, rewarding programme in Berlin

Anna Thorvaldsdottir © Saga Sigurdardottir
Orchestra and conductor seem equally at home in Anna Thorvaldsdottir's galactic soundscapes and Richard Strauss' Symphonia Domestica. 
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Cool brilliance: Currentzis conducts Mahler at the Philharmonie

Teodor Currentzis © Olya Runyova
Theodor Currentzis and his musicAeterna bring blistering detail and revelatory playing to Wunderhorn-period Mahler, but it ultimately proves short on warmth. 
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Berlin remembers World War 1 with Beethoven's Missa solemnis

Dame Sarah Connolly © Jan Capinski
Fine orchestral sound and outstanding solo singing from Sarah Connolly and Steve Davislim aren't enough to compensate for poor balance and timing in Beethoven's great choral work.
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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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Written on Skin: A modern operatic classic makes Berlin debut

Georgia Jarman © Adam Janisch
With a semi-staged production, directed by Benjamin Davis, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra has also been bringing George Benjamin's opera to concert hall audiences.
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