• Wed. 24.04.
  • 8.00 p.m.
  • Bremen
    ·Die Glocke

Worlds of wonder

Works by Felix Mendelssohn

Frieder Bernius Renée Morloc David Fischer Thomas E. Bauer David Jerusalem Stuttgarter Kammerchor

  • 8.00 p.m.
  • Bremen
    ·Die Glocke

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The Federal President’s benefit concert: impressions.

With Steven Sloane, conductor, and Fazıl Say, piano.
In aid of the the ›think place‹ ›Denkort Bunker Valentin‹ and the Haifa Arts Foundation.

Friday Night in Bremen

Concert with Nigel Kennedy postponed until 2020

We regret to inform you that Nigel Kennedy has had to cancel his performance scheduled for this year. But the good news for us and Nigel Kennedy is that he has made a firm commitment for 2020, so concert goers will have the opportunity to experience him at the next ›Bremen Friday Night‹. If you have already purchased tickets, you can exchange these for vouchers for next year.

We are also delighted that we have been able to find a worthy replacement: violinist Ray Chen is another outstanding musician. Like Kennedy, he has the reputation of being a particularly approachable artist who fascinates his audiences with his music. Born in 1989, the Taiwanese-Australian musician is in high demand worldwide, was the youngest soloist to have played at the Nobel Prize Gala Dinner in Stockholm in 2012 as well as at the BBC Proms, among others.

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Winner of new Opus Klassik prize

The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen has been awarded the Opus Klassik

In the category Symphonic Recording of the Year; 19th Century Music, the orchestra has been awarded the Opus Klassik for its recording of Brahms’ 2nd Symphony, Tragic Overture and Academic Festival Overture. The recording, which was released in Autumn 2017, is the first in the series of all Brahms’ symphonies with Paavo Järvi conducting to have been released. The Opus Klassik award ceremony on 14th October was held for the first time in the Konzerthaus in Berlin. The television channel ZDF broadcast the event.

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Breathtakingly Brahms

The Brahms Cycle is now complete; Symphonies 3 and 4 on CD. Available from all good stockists from 29.3.2019. The Bremen Special Edition is only available in the shop or from the Customer Service Centre.

On the air

Arte Maestro ›Viennese jewels‹

Sun, 31.03., 5.48 p.m.
on Arte

Winner of new Opus Klassik prize

The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen has been awarded the Opus Klassik

In the category Symphonic Recording of the Year; 19th Century Music, the orchestra has been awarded the Opus Klassik for its recording of Brahms’ 2nd Symphony, Tragic Overture and Academic Festival Overture. The recording, which was released in Autumn 2017, is the first in the series of all Brahms’ symphonies with Paavo Järvi conducting to have been released. The Opus Klassik award ceremony on 14th October was held for the first time in the Konzerthaus in Berlin. The television channel ZDF broadcast the event.

prize website

On the air

Arte Maestro ›Viennese jewels‹

Sun, 31.03., 5.48 p.m.
on Arte

Auditorio Alfredo Kraus, Gran Canaria
Auditorio di Tenerife, Tenerife
Auditorio di Tenerife, Teneriffa

Tour Year 2019

As early as January, the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen started its new season in the Canary Islands, with clarinettist Sabine Meyer and conductor David Afkham in performances of Beethoven and Mozart. Further locations in the 2019 season include the Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie, Bruges and Vienna. The summer’s highlights are once again well-known festivals, from the Heidelberg Spring to the Kissinger Summer and the Schleswig Holstein Music Festival; there is certainly a great deal on the programme, with the pinnacle being undoubtedly the tour of the US and Mexico. There promises to be some very impressive concert moments indeed!

Kurier, Vienna

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