Theater im Delphi © Kai Bienert
Thu 24 June 2021 - 7.30 pm | Theater im Delphi (former movie theatre Delphi)

Stravinsky x 6: VI The Soldier’s Tale

Chamber concert

A travelling stage in difficult times

Chamber concert € 20


Igor Stravinsky “L’histoire du soldat” (Die Geschichte vom Soldaten)
für Klarinette, Fagott, Kornett, Posaune, Schlagzeug, Violine, Kontrabass und Sprecher
Text von Charles Ferdinand Ramuz, deutsch von Hans Reinhart


Christoph Korn - Clarinet

Sung Kwon You - Bassoon

Patrik Hofer - Kornett

Hannes Hölzl - Trombone

Kosuke Yoshikawa - Violin

Nhassim Gazale - Double Bass

Jakob Eschenburg - Percussion

Stefan Kaminski - narrator

Concert with

Presented by

Whether the concerts can take place as live concerts or as planned in front of audience will be announced on this website. The start of ticket sales for this concert will also be announced.




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 © Bettina Stöß

Sung Kwon You


Kosuke Yoshikawa © Robert Niemeyer

Kosuke Yoshikawa


Alain Altinoglu © Marco Borggreve

Stefan Kaminski


Ticket information

Thu 24 June 2021 - 7.30 pm Theater im Delphi (former movie theatre Delphi)

  • € 20
start of ticket sales will be announced

Ticket Sales

It is possible to buy your tickets online at , 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.


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.

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Route directions & parking location

Theater im Delphi (ehem. Stummfilmkino Delphi)
Gustav-Adolf-Straße 2
13086 Berlin

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.

Barrier-free accessibility

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.

Concert Lenght/Duration

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.

Late Admission

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.