• Thu. 18.11.
  • 8.00 p.m.
  • Bremen
    ·Die ›Kammer-Philharmonie‹
    ·Gesamtschule Bremen-Ost

Works by Haydn and Janácek

Chamber concert

Daniel Sepec Konstanze Lerbs Yuko Hara Nuala McKenna

  • 8.00 p.m.
  • Bremen
    ·Die ›Kammer-Philharmonie‹
    ·Gesamtschule Bremen-Ost

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»An intensive time«

Going new ways

After 22 successful years as a partner and concertmaster with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen, Florian Donderer has decided to go new ways. In future, Donderer will concentrate on his role as first violinist of the Signum Quartet and set himself up as a freelance chamber musician, soloist and principal concertmaster, a qualification with which he has made a name for himself both nationally and internationally over the years at the concertmaster’s podium of the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie. He was thus instrumental in defining what has become one of the orchestra’s hallmarks – playing without a conductor. Donderer will maintain ties with the Kammer­philharmonie, however, and will accept future invitations to play with the orchestra. »I am leaving with a smile in one eye and a tear in the other. I’ll miss my fellow musicians and the intensive and career-defining time with the orchestra, but I’m also greatly looking forward to the tasks and challenges that await me going forward,« says Florian Donderer.

Arte Concert

Diana Damrau sings love songs by Richard Strauss

As part of the Musikfest Bremen, star soprano Diana Damrau presented love songs by Richard Strauss accompanied by The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen, followed by Peter Tchikovsky’s ›Metamorphoses‹ and Symphony No. 3. The concert, conducted by Jérémie Rhorer, can be seen on Arte Concert until 3 December 2021.

Arte Concert

Award-winning excellence!

Opus Klassik for the Music Lab

What a fantastic accolade: the Music Lab of the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen’s Future Lab has been awarded the Opus Klassik 2021! Established during the pandemic, the online project was nominated for the coveted classical award in the category ›Special Award for Audience and Participation Projects‹, because what is special about the oversized Music Lab online orchestra is that whether with or without an instrument – everyone can join in and, together with the professional musicians from Bremen’s world-class orchestra, record a piece which is then published online as a gigantic split-screen video clip!

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Rediscovering a language genius

Anja Manthey

›Die Rezeption der Gedichte Friedrich Rückerts im Kunstlied der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts‹ (The reception of Friedrich Rückert’s poems in German art song of the first half of the 19th century)

In her new book, the Kammer­philharmonie violist and music and literature scholar explores the phenomenon of the poet Friedrich Rückert – one of the lyricists of the 19th century most frequently set to music!

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Rediscoveries out of the ›can‹

Audio podcast with Beate Weis

Interested in listening to Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen recordings and finding out more about their background, how they were created and who was involved? Join the Kammer­philharmonie violinist Beate Weis in this 4-part online podcast ›Listen Again‹, as she slides a selection of recordings from recent years into the CD player, elucidates some of the musical details and explores her own musical memories. Click here and look forward to listening again to specially selected recordings with exciting soloists and personal insights from Beate Weis in these exclusively recorded sessions.

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Arte Concert

Diana Damrau sings love songs by Richard Strauss

As part of the Musikfest Bremen, star soprano Diana Damrau presented love songs by Richard Strauss accompanied by The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen, followed by Peter Tchikovsky’s ›Metamorphoses‹ and Symphony No. 3. The concert, conducted by Jérémie Rhorer, can be seen on Arte Concert until 3 December 2021.

Arte Concert

Rediscovering a language genius

Anja Manthey

›Die Rezeption der Gedichte Friedrich Rückerts im Kunstlied der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts‹ (The reception of Friedrich Rückert’s poems in German art song of the first half of the 19th century)

In her new book, the Kammer­philharmonie violist and music and literature scholar explores the phenomenon of the poet Friedrich Rückert – one of the lyricists of the 19th century most frequently set to music!

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Concert experiences via stream

Classical music at the click of a mouse

Enjoy top-class and special concert programmes with The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen – online in our Klassik Cloud!

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Happy to help

Customer Service

Our service team is once again available during normal business hours to personally deal with all of your queries – while of course observing the currently applicable social distancing rules.

Please remember to wear a face covering when you visit. We look forward to seeing you!

Tel. +49 (0)421 32 19 19
info@kammerphilharmonie.com

Opening hours
Mon. – Fri. 10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m. and
Weds. + Thurs. 4.00 p.m. – 7.00 p.m.

Guesting at the Proms

In September 2019, The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen gave a guest performance at the legendary BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall! The performance, under Greek conductor Constantinos Carydis and featuring Greek soprano Danae Kontora, not only received enthusiastic praise and rapturous applause from the audience – ›the Prommers‹ – ; the magazine ›Opera today‹ described the concert as »a Michelin-starred feast for musical gourmands«. Here, we serve you a few visual highlights from London!

Kurier, Vienna

»… The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen is without a doubt one of the most interesting ensembles around today.«

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