Updated information about coronavirus and concert cancellation (12 March 2020)
Due to the latest decision of Dr. Klaus Lederer, Senator for Culture and Europe, concerning all events in public concert halls in Berlin we would like to inform you that all concerts of the Radio Symphony Orchestra are cancelled from 13 March 2020 until 19 April 2020.
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Space-encompassing soundsMichael Francis - Conductor | Anna Vinnitskaya - Piano Brahms, Holst
On this side and beyond the bordersKarina Canellakis - Conductor | Nicola Benedetti - Violin Stravinsky, Szymanowski, Webern, Skrjabin
“Mache dich auf, werde Licht”Ralf Sochaczewsky - Conductor Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Shakespeare!Vladimir Jurowski - Conductor | Ian Bostridge - Tenor Tchaikovsky, Britten, Verdi, Elgar
Tuba or not to beDubois, Danielsson, Schuller, Bruckner, Enescu
Fest der Chorkulturen – Rundfunkchor Berlin & FriendsGijs Leenaars - Conductor | Iwona Sobotka - Soprano | and others Bernstein, Beethoven
Musical monumentsVladimir Jurowski - Conductor | Alina Ibragimova - Violin Hartmann, Shostakovich
Rapauke meets a conductorIsabel Stegner & Jule Greiner - Idea und direction | Steffen Tast - Conductor Prokofiev
A farewell to the worldVladimir Jurowski - Conductor Mahler
Participatory concert for children’s orchestra
Nostalgia and magic of soundAndrey Boreyko - Conductor | Iwona Sobotka - Soprano Ravel, Gorecki, Lutosławski, Saint-Saëns
Concert of academy musiciansSteffen Tast - Conductor Haydn, Kurtág
Season finale with Shostakovich & TchaikovskyVladimir Jurowski - Conductor | Ildiko Komlosi - Mezzosoprano | Rundfunkchor Berlin and others Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky
The classical concerts of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin
The Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (RSB) is one of the most renowned orchestras in Germany and can already look back on a long history with excellent musicians, soloists, and conductors.
The orchestra’s classical concerts feature outstanding classical music of older and newer musical history as well as works by contemporary composers who are still exploring untrodden grounds.
The concert programmes of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin offer a variety of inspiring, touching, and surprising musical experiences.
The work with the principal conductor Vladimir Jurowski enriches the symphonic concerts of the RSB tremendously. Born in Moscow, he received his education in Berlin and Dresden and has been a successful artist on the big stages of the world since his early years. With his technical skill, his musical courage, and his programme selection, in which he combines classical repertoire with new, previously undiscovered or newly written works, he continues to reshape the profile of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin.
Look forward to breath-taking musical hours to please your ears and share the joy of classical orchestral music in new musical spheres with the RSB!
How can you surmount boundaries with music?
The music in the 2019/2020 season is focused on the human being with their uniqueness, with their freedom, but also with their boundaries. The latter make being human exciting – they are the resistance with which one wrestles, which one can overcome, and which first opens up the explosive power of being human and thus of the art that unbars the music. At the same time, crossing boundaries also means congress, community, and togetherness. What boundaries can be forded with music? How can you connect past with the future musically? Which horizons can an orchestra exceed? The Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin will address these questions in the 2019/2020 season with their chief conductor Vladimir Jurowski, their principal guest conductor Karina Canellakis and numerous other guest conductors.