Sun 6 June 2021 - 8 pm | Philharmonie Berlin

Stravinsky x 6: IV Beastly!

Vladimir Jurowski and the RIAS Kammerchor Berlin

Stravinsky firework in the concert hall

Symphony concert Concert with the chief conductor

Programme

Igor Stravinsky “Fanfare for a new theatre” for two trumpets

Igor Stravinsky “The Flood” – a musical play (in German)
for solo voices, chorus, speakers and orchestra

Igor Stravinsky “Lied ohne Name” – Duet for Two Bassons

Igor Stravinsky “Tilim Bom” for voice and piano
(in Russian)

Igor Stravinsky “Renard” –
burlesque tale sung and played in one act (in Russian)

Igor Stravinsky Lullaby from “The Rake’s Progress” for two flutes

Igor Stravinsky Two songs from “Koschatschi kolybelnye pesni” (Four Cat’s Cradle Songs) for voice and three clarinets
(in Russian)

Igor Stravinsky “Musick To Heare” and “When Daisies Pied” from Three Songs from William Shakespeare for mezzo-soprano, flute, clarinet and viola
(in English)

Igor Stravinsky “The Owl and the Pussy-cat” for voice and piano
Text by Edward Lear (in English)

Igor Stravinsky “Les Noces” (The Wedding) –
1919 version for for solo voices, choir, percussion, 2 cimbaloms, harmonium and pianola (in Russian)

Cast

Vladimir Jurowski - Conductor

Sofia Fomina - Soprano

Elena Manistina - Mezzo-soprano

Alice Lackner - Sopran

Ivan Turšić - Tenor

Alexander Fedorov - Tenor

Vladimir Ognev - Basso

Bastian Kohl - Basso

Stefan Kaminski - narrator

RIAS Kammerchor

Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin

Ralf Sochaczewsky - Choreinstudierung und Assistent des Chefdirigenten

Maria Dribinsky - Sprachcoach

Anisha Bondy - Szenische Einrichtung

Diego Leetz - Beleuchtung

Concert with

Partner at roc berlin

RIAS Kammerchor

Whether or not the concert will take place is subject to the appropriate permission being granted. Should any changes to the plan be necessary due to non-approval, rising incidence values and/or other requirements of the Senate, purchased tickets will of course be refunded.

At the end of this page you will find all further information (FAQ).

 

 

 

This concert is part of a compact cycle of 6 concerts as part of the Stravinsky Festival of the RSB in April, May and June 2021.

 

 

 

 

Artists

Vladimir Jurowski © Simon Pauly

Vladimir Jurowski

Conductor

©

Sofia Fomina

Soprano

Elena Manistina © Natalija Glushchenko

Elena Manistina

Mezzo-soprano

Alice Lackner © Thomas Lackner

Alice Lackner

Sopran

Alexander Fedorov ©  KKALININA

Alexander Fedorov

Tenor

Vladimir Ognev © Vladimir Ognev

Vladimir Ognev

Basso

Alain Altinoglu © Marco Borggreve

Stefan Kaminski

narrator

RIAS Kammerchor Berlin © Matthias Heyde

RIAS Kammerchor

Ralf Sochaczewsky © Robert Lehmann

Ralf Sochaczewsky

Choreinstudierung und Assistent des Chefdirigenten

Anisha Bondy © Filip Hetzer

Anisha Bondy

Szenische Einrichtung

Ticket information

Sun 6 June 2021 - 8 pm Philharmonie Berlin

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Ticket sales

Tickets are only available online via the RSB webshop at a fixed price for all seating categories.
You can purchase a maximum of two tickets for the concert. Tickets are personalised, please enter your name, address, date of birth and telephone number as well as the name, address, date of birth and telephone number of your companion when ordering.

Tickets are personalized and non-transferable. It is not possible to change the contact details subsequently or pass them on to third parties.

Around the concert

Concert goers must carry a current identity card or an appropriate official document such as a passport (photographic proof of identification), a FFP2 mask (surgical masks and certificates are not allowed) and one of the following three documents with them:

- Your personalized negative SARS-CoV-2 antigen test result from the day of the event from a test centre certified by the State of Berlin or,
- if you have been fully vaccinated against the Corona virus for at least two weeks, your proof of vaccination, e.g. an entry in your vaccination card.
- If you have been infected with the virus in the last six months and your illness dates back at least 28 days, we will also accept an appropriate medical or official certificate.

It is possible to get tested at the Philharmonie Berlin after booking an appointment. You can book an appointment here: https://covidzentrum.de/en/corona-test-berlin/.

Box office

There will be no evening box office on the concert evening.

Philharmonie: Admission

Doors open one hour before the concert begins.

Admission is via various entrances.

To get to your seats, please follow the coloured paths on site:

Entrances:

Entrance Tiergartenstraße (Philharmonischer Garten) and Eastside:
- Path to Block A, B on the left – red
- Path to Block C, D on the left - yellow
- Path to block E, F, G, H and K on the right – orange

Entrance Herbert- von-Karajan-Straße and Potsdamer Straße:
- Path to block A, B on the right - green
- Path to block C, D on the right – blue
- Path to block E, F, G, H and K on the right - purple

Please note that late or re-admission is not possible.

General distance and hygiene measures

Please observe the general distance and hygiene measures: Keep a minimum distance of 1.5 metres to other people, cough and sneeze in the crook of your arm, use the disinfectant dispensers and stay at home if symptoms of illness occur.

Mouth-Nose Protection

FFP2 masks without a valve will be mandatory throughout the building, including the entrance area and outside of the venue. This also applies during the concert.

Who can I contact if I have any further questions?

If you have any further questions, please contact the RSB Visitor Service:

RSB Visitor Service
10117 Berlin
Monday to Friday, 10 am to 6 pm
Telephone: 030 202 987 15
Fax: 030 202 987 29
E-mail: tickets@rsb-online. de

What happens if the concert I booked is cancelled?

In the event of a concert cancellation, we will inform you through our website and of course refund you the tickets you have booked.

What if I am sick or have a cold on concert day?

Please stay at home with cold symptoms – no matter how light the symptoms are. Persons who have been in contact with a Covid-19 patient in the past 14 days are also not allowed to attend RSB events.

Barrier-free accessibility

As the Berlin Philharmonic Hall is a listed building, unfortunately it is not fully accessible in all areas. Further information regarding entrances for the disabled, places in the disabled box, and offers of help for the sight and hearing impaired are available on the website of the Philharmonie.
https://www.berliner-philharmoniker.de/barrierefrei/

Concert visitors with severely disabled passes marked B will receive a free ticket for their escort when buying a ticket. Our visitor service (link) is happy to assist with any further questions. On site, you can contact the staff of the events service EVENTTEAM, who will be happy to help you in any way.

Philharmonie: In the concert hall

All tickets are bonded to seats.
Seats go on sale according to the checkerboard principle – one seat to the left and right of you will remain free.

Please notice, that your need to wear in the concert hall an FFP2 mask during the hole concert.

Programmes

The programmes can be downloaded digitally on the concert webpages of the RSB about two days before the concert and are also available free of charge on the concert evening.

Cloakroom

Cloakrooms are not available in any of the concert halls. You can take your jackets and bags up to A4 size with you into the concert halls.

Concert length

All concerts take place without a break and last about 60 to 90 minutes.

Route directions & parking location

Philharmonie Berlin
Herbert-von-Karajan-Straße 1
10785 Berlin

It is easy to access the Philharmonie by public transport:

Buses M84, M85, N2 to Kulturforum or Varian-Fry-Str. or Potsdamer Platz + 4 minutes walk, 200 to Philharmonie

Underground U2 to Potsdamer Platz + 10 minutes walk

S-Bahn (city railway) S1, S2, S25, S26 and regional trains to Potsdamer Platz + 10 minutes walk

Car Parking
Current information: due to building works around the Philharmonie, traffic is being diverted in the area of Herbert-von-Karajan-Straße and Tiergartenstraße. For further information, please consult the website of the Philharmonie.

There are a limited number of charged parking spaces on the site of the Philharmonie:
per hour or part-hour 2.50 Euros
day maximum 20.00 Euros
lost ticket 20.00 Euros
evening rate 7 pm to 5 am 7.00 Euros
Sunday flat rate 6.00 Euros

Please also use parking possibilities in the Sony Center (entrances Ben-Gurion- and Bellevuestraße) as well as Potsdamer Platz Arkaden (entrance to underground parking on Reichpietschufer) and in the car park on Schöneberger Ufer. All these are public parking areas belonging to the City of Berlin, on behalf of which they are administrated by APCOA Autoparking GmbH.

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