From Bach to the Sea
Artist in Focus
Cello-happening with our Artist in Focus Johannes Moser and the RSB cellists
Works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Julius Klengel, Brett Dean, Claude Debussy etc.
Johannes Moser - Violoncello
Die Cellisten des Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchesters Berlin
Johannes Moser - Violoncello
German-Canadian cellist Johannes Moser has performed with the world’s leading orchestras such as the Berliner Philharmoniker, New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, BBC Philharmonic at the Proms, London Symphony, Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, Tokyo NHK Symphony, Philadelphia and Cleveland Orchestras with conductors of the highest level.
Johannes has a multi award-winning discography with his exclusive label PENTATONE, and November 2018 will see the release of his next disc featuring the Lutoslawski and Dutilleux concertos.
In the 2018/19 season Johannes will be Artist-in-Residence with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin and the Oregon Symphony, undertaking a diverse range of projects including concerto and solo performances, education and outreach activities and a chamber orchestra tour directed from the cello.
Other highlights of the season include Johannes’ debut with the Wiener Philharmoniker and Oslo Philharmonic orchestras, the World and European Premières of Andrew Norman’s cello concerto, and two trips to Australasia including a tour with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra followed later in the season by concerts at the Australian Festival of Chamber Music, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and in recital at the Sydney Opera House.
A dedicated chamber musician, Johannes is a regular at festivals including the Verbier, Schleswig-Holstein, Gstaad Kissinger, Mehta Chamber Music Festival, and the Colorado, Seattle and Brevard music festivals. This season he will appear in recital with pianist Till Fellner in North America.
Renowned for his efforts to expand the reach of the classical genre, as well as his passionate focus on new music, Johannes has recently been heavily involved in commissioning works by Julia Wolfe, Ellen Reid, Thomas Agerfeld Olesen, Johannes Kalitzke, Jelena Firsowa and Andrew Norman.
Throughout his career, Johannes has been committed to reaching out to all audiences, from kindergarten to college and beyond. He combines most of his concert engagements with masterclasses, school visits and preconcert lectures.
Johannes Moser plays on an Andrea Guarneri Cello from 1694 from a private collection.
Thu 9 May 2019 - 7.30 pm Kühlhaus Berlin
- € 20
The Kühlhaus Berlin is fully accessible via a lift to the left of the main entrance.
You can hang up jackets and coats on the cloakroom rails provided. The organisers accept no liability.
There is no fixed dress code for concerts by the RSB. Depending on your taste and how you feel most comfortable, you can attend in suit or evening gown, or in jeans and a T-shirt, for example.
Symphonic and chamber music concerts generally take 2 hours including a 20-minute interval.
Attention is drawn to significant deviations from this rule in the concert calendar.
In the Kühlhaus Berlin it is possible to buy alcoholic and soft drinks at the bar during our concerts. There are also delicious snacks available, including daily specials.
Should you arrive late to a concert of chamber music, please wait until a break between two movements or two pieces and then take a seat very quietly (no allocated seating).
At concerts of chamber music, programmes will be provided free of charge upon admission – as long as stocks last.
Special group rates are available for school pupils and travel groups, companies, societies and major customers. Please contact our visitor service directly if you are interested.
School pupils, trainees and students up to the age of 27, as well as the unemployed, can buy tickets for the RSB's own concerts for 10 € each at the evening box office before the respective concert. This offer applies only when tickets are still available. The organisers take responsibility for the disposition of the tickets. Reductions can be granted only when buying tickets personally and presenting the corresponding documents and personal identification. No more than one reduced ticket per person may be purchased. This ticket is non-transferrable. Severely disabled persons entitled to an escort can address their request for tickets to the visitor service. This service is happy to offer advice regarding the contingent of places available.
› for all those under 30
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› Fixed price of 8 € for concerts or 10 € for opera and ballet (depending on availability at the evening box office)
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It is possible to buy your tickets online at www.rsb-online.de , by telephone, email or in person at our visitor service, or at the daytime or evening box office. Book your tickets until the last working day before the respective concert on our homepage and simply print them out at home in A4-format. Payment is by credit card; a processing fee of 2 € will be charged. This possibility is available for concerts in the Konzerthaus Berlin and the Philharmonie Berlin. All theatre box offices, travel agents and advance ticket sales offices in Berlin and Brandenburg affiliated to “eventim” also sell tickets for concerts by the RSB. The customary advance ticket fees and, where relevant, costs for postage will be charged. The evening box office opens one hour before the concert starts on the day of the concert. If an introductory event is taking place before the concert, the evening box office will open 90 minutes before the concert begins.
Route directions & parking location
Luckenwalder Straße 3
The Kühlhaus Berlin is straightforward to reach by public transport:
Bus M29 to Mendelssohn-Bartholdy-Park + 7 minutes walk, 248 to Möckernstraße + 5 minutes walk
Underground U1, U2, U3 to Gleisdreieck + 3 minutes walk, U1, U3, U7 to Möckernbrücke + 5 minutes walk
S-Bahn (city railway) S1, S2, S25, S26 to Anhalter Bahnhof + 10 minutes walk
Parking spaces are available in the car park at Gleisdreieck: entrance Schöneberger Ufer, Luckenwalder Straße, Köthener Brücke, opening times: daily from 6 am to 10 pm, exit possible at any time – entrance via night access, each hour: 1 Euro, day ticket: 10 Euros
Visitors are advised to travel on public transport, as only a limited number of car parking spaces are available.