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Georg Friedrich Händel: Solomon HWV 67

George Frideric Handel was one of the most famous opera composers in England in the first third of the 18th century. His oratorios with material from the Old Testament were performed in concert, which immensely increased the impact of his pieces with his audience. Robin Ticciati and the DSO perform 'Solomon', an oratorio by Handel for the second time at the Philharmonie.

Beleuchtete Philharmonie Berlin mit Potsdamer Platz am Abend
Beleuchtete Philharmonie Berlin mit Potsdamer Platz am Abend visitBerlin, Foto Wolfgang Scholvien

First performed in 1749, the work depicts the wisdom of the God-fearing man. The production is in the hands of Andrea Tortosa Baquero, who is now collaborating with Robin Ticciati for the third time. The title role is sung by countertenor Iestyn Davies.

  • George Frideric Handel: Solomon HWV 67

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Participating artists
Andrea Tortosa Baquero
Benjamin Goodson
Rundfunkchor Berlin
Studentinnen der Musikhochschule »Hanns Eisler« Berlin
Ben Bliss
Iestyn Davies
Louise Alder
Joélle Harvey
Robin Ticciati
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
Philharmonie Berlin