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  • Bremen, Die ›Kammer-Philharmonie‹, Gesamtschule Bremen-Ost, 20:00
    Artistic Best Friend
    Pekka Kuusisto, Peijun Xu , Marc Froncoux
  • Bremen, Die Glocke, 20:00
    Artistic Best Friend
    Pekka Kuusisto, Peijun Xu , Marc Froncoux
  • China, Macau, Cultural Centre, Grand Auditorium, 20:00
    Works by Beethoven
    Paavo Järvi
  • China, Peking, Forbidden City Concert Hall, 19:30
    Works by Beethoven
    Paavo Järvi
  • China, Peking, Forbidden City Concert Hall, 19:30
    Works by Beethoven
    Paavo Järvi
  • China, Peking, Forbidden City Concert Hall, 19:30
    Works by Beethoven
    Paavo Järvi
  • China, Peking, Forbidden City Concert Hall, 19:30
    Works by Beethoven
    Paavo Järvi
  • China, Shanghai, Shanghai Symphony Hall, 20:00
    Works by Beethoven
    Paavo Järvi
  • China, Shanghai, Shanghai Symphony Hall, 20:00
    Work by Beethoven
    Paavo Järvi
  • China, Shanghai, Shanghai Symphony Hall, 20:00
    Works by Beethoven
    Paavo Järvi
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The Chamber Concerts after today
Intense and intimate
Chamber music is a concentrated form of playing classical music in small ensembles. As an intimate and precise musical exchange between virtuoso soloists in varying configurations, it achieves a level of intensity and closeness to the audience that is virtually unmatched by other concert forms.

In the chamber music series, the musicians of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen display the same musical qualities that determine the success of the ›large‹ orchestra: nuanced, meticulous playing and and the ability to collaborate and perform as a cohesive ensemble.

The ›blue flower‹ – the symbol of Romanticism introduced by the German poet Novalis – has provided the theme for our chamber concerts over a number of years. Numerous composers shared with Novalis his yearning for the ideal of the harmony of nature of his day.

Parallel to the Brahms symphonies project with Paavo Järvi, the chamber music concerts in 2016 will also focus on works by Johannes Brahms. As a duo, trio, quartet, quintet and sextet, the musicians from The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, in some cases together with members of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Academy founded in 2015, will interpret some great chamber music. The orchestra members’ in-depth focus on Johannes Brahms’ symphonies as well as his chamber music will thus continue to mutually inspire each other.

Alongside Johannes Brahms, two of his contemporaries can also be heard. On the one hand the also famous Camille Saint-Saëns and on the other the nowadays little known Heinrich von Herzogenberg, a close friend Brahms. Hence, as well as chamber music classics from the Romantic period, our musicians have again selected some exciting pieces for you to discover.

We highly recommend the chamber music subscription package – subscribers pay a discounted rate of € 60 (concessionary € 40) for tickets to all four chamber concerts in the ›Kammer-Philharmonie‹.

Prices for single tickets: 17 € (concessionary 12 €)

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Now available. All nine of Beethoven’s symphonies in one handy box set.
 

»Breath-taking«, »grandiose« or quite simply »a miracle« – with its sensational Beethoven recordings, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen has catapulted itself to the pinnacle of classical music.
 
With this special Bremen edition, containing all nine of Beethoven’s symphonies in one gift box, you can enjoy world class music ›made in Bremen‹ in the comfort of your own home.

The nine Beethoven symphonies, 5 CDs, one box.
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