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Why not simply experience a free concert in the Philharmonie during your lunch break? This is possible every Wednesday between September and June at 1 p.m. The program lasts 40 to 50 minutes and offers a variety of chamber music pieces, piano works and drum duos - everything from Tchaikovsky to tango is represented.


Members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra or the Karajan Academy are often there, as are guests from the German Symphony Orchestra, the Staatskapelle Berlin or the Berlin music academies. Of course, in keeping with the lunch concert, there will be high-quality yet inexpensive catering from 12 p.m. until shortly before the concert begins.




Young students at the Julius Stern Institute of the Berlin University of the Arts


  • Klėja Kašubaitė piano
  • Kaja Kašubaitė piano
  • Mark Lewin violin
  • Iris Groh violin
  • Vicky Lou Timmer violin
  • Pavlos Vlitakis violin
  • Lucilla Rudolph Viola
  • Amelie Sturm Viola
  • Francisco Joui Karr cello
  • Anselm Kullick cello

Works performed:

Fanny Hensel
Three pieces for four hands: No. 3 Allegretto grazioso


Fanny Hensel
waltz


Paul Hindemith
Waltz for piano four hands op. 6: No. 1 Slow waltz tempo


Paul Hindemith
Waltz for piano four hands op. 6: No. 2 Moderately fast


Paul Hindemith
Waltz for piano four hands op. 6: No. 6 Slow


Paul Hindemith
Waltz for piano four hands op. 6: No. 8 Slow (to be performed somewhat sentimentally) - To the conclusion. Very tender


Fazil Say
Night for piano four hands


Antonín Dvořák
Slavonic Dance in E minor op. 72 No. 2 (version for piano four hands)


Antonín Dvořák
Slavic Dance in G minor op. 46 No. 8 (version for piano four hands)


Astor Piazzolla
Libertango


Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
String Octet in E flat major op. 20: 1st movement Allegro moderato, ma con fuoco
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