About senseless death and Tchaikovsky's Trio
Dmitri Shostakovich Sieben Romanzen für Sopran, Violine, Violoncello und Klavier nach Worten von Alexander Blok op. 127
Pyotr Tchaikovsky Trio für Klavier, Violine und Violoncello a-Moll op. 50
Melinda Parsons - Soprano
Maria Pflüger - Violin
Jörg Breuninger - Violoncello
Philip Mayers - Piano
Thu 28 January 2021 - 7.30 pm Theater im Delphi (former movie theatre Delphi)
- € 20
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Route directions & parking location
Theater im Delphi (ehem. Stummfilmkino Delphi)
Prenzlauer Allee/Ostseestraße 158/156/225
Prenzlauer Allee/Ostseestraße M2/M12/M13
Prenzlauer Allee S41/42 + 10 minutes walk
Parking for passenger motor vehicles
We recommend that you arrive by public transport as there are hardly any parking options on site.
The former silent film cinema Delphi is fully accessible via the rear entrance.
Coats can be handed in for a small fee at the cloakrooms in the entrance foyer.
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.
You can relax and enjoy your concert evening with a drink from the bar.
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.
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.