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mit dem Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Joana Mallwitz und vielen weiteren Künstler*innen

“An orchestra is defined by all the programming options of the large core repertoire. It's very important to cultivate it, to work on keeping it alive," Joana Mallwitz said in the season magazine, naming Beethoven, Brahms and Mahler in particular, to whom she would like to pay special attention with the Konzerthausorchester.


The chief conductor is now bringing together works by these three great composers for a gala concert celebrating the 125th anniversary of Deutsche Grammophon, with whom she signed an exclusive contract in the summer. The "Happy Journey" from Beethoven's op. 112 wishes the "Yellow Label" all the best for the next 125 years!


Program


Johannes Brahms
"Academic Festival Overture" op. 80


Ludwig van Beethoven
Concerto for piano, violin, cello and orchestra in C major, Op. 56


Gustav Mahler
"Songs of a traveling journeyman" for baritone and orchestra


Ludwig van Beethoven
"Sea Calm and Happy Voyage" - Poems by Goethe for mixed choir and orchestra op. 112


Ludwig van Beethoven
Fantasy for Piano, Choir and Orchestra in C minor, Op. 80



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Participating artists
Konzerthausorchester Berlin
Joana Mallwitz (Dirigentin)
RIAS Kammerchor Berlin
Andrè Schuen (Bariton)
Bomsori Kim (Violine)
Kian Soltani (Violoncello)
Rafał Blechacz (Klavier)
Bruce Liu (Klavier)
Anja Petersen (Sopran)
Viktoria Wilson (Sopran)
Hildegard Rützel (Alt)
Shimon Yoshida (Tenor)
Volker Arndt (Tenor)
Matthias Lutze (Bass)