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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
June 2021
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Sakari Oramo jumps in for a Berlin Phil programme which includes Unsuk Chin's Piano Concerto.   
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All life is a preparation for death, as revealed in Messiaen's Et exspecto and Bruckner's Ninth Symphony. Zubin Mehta and the Berlin Philharmonic administer the exequies.
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