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  • Frankfurt, Alte Oper, 20:00
    Works by Wagner, Prokofiev and Brahms
    Paavo Järvi, Viktoria Mullova
  • Belgien, Brüssel, Palais des Beaux-Arts, 20:00
    Works by Beethoven, Schostakowitsch and Schubert
    Paavo Järvi, Boris Giltburg, Jeroen Berwaerts
  • Hamburg, Elbphilharmonie, 20:00
    Works by Wagner, Prokofiev and Brahms
    Paavo Järvi, Viktoria Mullova
  • Bremen, Die Glocke, 20:00
    Yearning for Russia
    Paavo Järvi, Viktoria Mullova
  • Bremen, Die Glocke, 20:00
    Yearning for Russia
    Paavo Järvi, Viktoria Mullova
  • Bremen, Die Glocke, 20:00
    Yearning for Russia
    Paavo Järvi, Viktoria Mullova
  • München, Herkulessaal der Residenz, 20:00
    Works by Wagner, Beethoven and Brahms
    Paavo Järvi, Elisabeth Leonskaja
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»The first time I heard the orchestra play Beethoven, I knew right away that this was exactly the sound I wanted.
And then there’s this willingness to dig even deeper and elaborate on the smallest details –
a real passion for detail, in fact. That’s what I love about this orchestra:
it’s as obsessed as I am.«
Paavo Järvi
A Passion for Detail
Since The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen was founded, the members of the orchestra have been united by a desire for independence – for the freedom to develop their own musical programme and also to interpret the music in their own way. The 41 virtuoso performers also strive to discover new facets of music every day – right down to the subtle nuances of a score.

The fact that this can be consistently achieved is testimony to the high standard of the orchestra. The roots of its much-lauded precision, energetic playing and keen attention to detail lie in the soloistic virtuosity and chamber music experience of the individual musicians. In addition to performing with The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, the members of the orchestra regularly demonstrate their skills as soloists, chamber musicians, professors, lecturers, teachers or directors of other musical ensembles.

41 superb musicians – find out more about them!
The orchestra members in portrait
 
Violins
Sarah Christian
   (concerstmaster)
Florian Donderer
   (concertmaster)
Daniel Sepec
  (concertmaster)
Jörg Assmann
  (principal 2nd violin)
Thomas Klug
   (principal 2nd violin)
Timofei Bekassov
Matthias Cordes
Angelika Grossmann-Kippenberg
Barbara Kummer
Stefan Latzko
Konstanze Lerbs
Hozumi Murata
Hanna Nebelung
Katherine Routley
Gunther Schwiddessen
Beate Weis
Viola
Friederike Latzko
  (principal)
Klaus Heidemann
Anja Manthey
Jürgen Winkler

Violoncello
Marc Froncoux
  (principal)
Tanja Tetzlaff
  (principal)
Tristan Cornut
  principal)
Ulrike Rüben
Stephan Schrader

Double bass
Matthias Beltinger
  (principal)
Juliane Bruckmann
Klaus Leopold

Flute
Bettina Wild
  (principal)
Ulrike Höfs

Oboe
Rodrigo Blumenstock
  (principal)
Ulrich König
  (principal)

Clarinet
Matthew Hunt
  (principal)
Maximilian Krome

Bassoon
Higinio Arrué
  (principal)
Nicole King

Horn
Elke Schulze Höckelmann   (principal)
Markus Künzig

Trumpet
Christopher Dicken
  (principal)
Bernhard Ostertag

Timpani & Percussion
Stefan Rapp
  (principal)



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Now available, Johannes Brahms’ Symphony No. 2 Special Edition CD
 

»Triumphant«, an »epiphany«, »magnificent« – with its fresh interpretations of Brahms, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen is causing great waves of enthusiasm all over the world. Enjoy your very own »Magical Moment« in the comfort of your own home and discover how vibrant the Hanseatic Master can sound today!

The Second Symphony, the Tragic Overture and the Academic Festival Overture by Johannes Brahms in the elegantly designed Bremen special edition CD.

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