Wearing costumes appropriate to the period, the Berlin Residence Orchestra presents the finest musical treasures of the 17th and 18th century with a Prussian flair. Listen to the same music that royalty once listened to in the magnificent surroundings of Charlottenburg Palace.
All is quiet. All you can hear is the faint shuffling of the scores. All eyes are turned towards the gentleman in the light blue suit and pink velvet waistcoat. He nods momentarily, without any expression on his white-powdered face. He puts the violin position on his fine cravat and the sounds of Mozart begin to fill the room.
With pomp and pompadour
These concerts performed in period costume offer a very special evening's entertainment as the Berlin Residence Orchestra performs the finest musical treasures from the 17th and 18th centuries by Bach, Häbel and Mozart with the flair of the erstwhile Prussian court. Listen to the same music that royalty once listened to in the magnificent surroundings of Charlottenburg Palace.
The Berlin Residence Orchestra was founded in 2006 as part of the concert series of the same name and has shaped the musical landscape of the capital for over 10 years. The chamber music ensemble performs at the Great Orangery and the New Wing of Charlottenburg Palace at over 120 events each year.
The classical concerts can be supplemented by an optional gala dinner on request.
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