Stravinsky x 6: VI The Soldier’s Tale
A travelling stage in difficult times
Igor Stravinsky “L’histoire du soldat” (Die Geschichte vom Soldaten)
für Klarinette, Fagott, Kornett, Posaune, Schlagzeug, Violine, Kontrabass und Sprecher,
Text frei nach Charles Ferdinand Ramuz und der Anthologie russischer Volksmärchen von Alexander Afan
Christoph Korn - Clarinet
Sung Kwon You - Bassoon
Florian Dörpholz - Kornett
József Vörös - Trombone
Kosuke Yoshikawa - Violin
Nhassim Gazale - Kontrabaß
Jakob Eschenburg - Percussion
Stefan Kaminski - narrator
At the end of this page you will find 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.
Sung Kwon You
Sung Kwon You - Bassoon
Sung Kwon You was born in 1988 in Seoul.
He received his first bassoon lessons from Seoul Arts High School under Kim Beong Yeab. Since 2005 he has been studying at the Berlin University of the Arts under Eckart Hübner.
He is an award winner of several competitions in his home country and attended master classes with Eckart Hübner, Klaus Thunemann, and Marc Trénel. Sung Kwon has worked as a temporary assistant in the Konzerthaus Berlin and the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin.
In 2009, the then 21-year-old became a permanent member of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin as solo bassoonist.
He also regularly works as a chamber musician and soloist in Korea.
Stefan Kaminski - narrator
Stefan Kaminski, born in 1974, living in Berlin, started his career as an actor and freelance-speaker in 1996 on the radio. The variety of his voice allows him to participate in numerous productions to this day both studio and live. After his education at the Academy of Dramatic Art “Ernst Busch “, Berlin he developed his qualities as an actor at the Deutsches Theater Berlin until 2015, working with inspiring directors like Dimiter Gotscheff and Jürgen Kruse. His deep, grotesque and tragicomic live-radio-drama-one-man shows were created during these theater years as well – under the name Kaminski ON AIR. They went on tour through theaters, operas and clubs in Germany ans abroad. For the tetralogy “The Ring of the Nibelung” he won the “German Record Critics’ Prize“. Hundreds of audio books, radio plays and, not least, the dubbing voice of Kermit, the frog in „The Muppets“ (since 2012) are playgrounds for his voice.
In 2020 an enriching artistic relationship between Stefan Kaminski and the RSB began with a radio concert where Stravinsky’s “L’histoire du soldat” was performed. In spring / summer 2021, Stefan Kaminski will perform two more concerts with the RSB – again with works by Stravinsky as part of the Stravinsky Festival of the orchestra.
Thu 24 June 2021 - 7.30 pm Theater im Delphi (former movie theatre Delphi)
- € 20
Tickets are only available online via the RSB webshop at a one-off fixed price of 20 €.
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.
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.
There will be no evening box office on the concert evening.
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.
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.
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
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.