Live-Recording

Pekka Kuusisto
Works by Shaw, Kreisler, Clyne and Haydn

Joy!

Savour world class with Bremen’s Beethoven

All nine symphonies and the overtures in first class SACD quality on 6 CDs.
With a 136-page booklet in a stylish box.

Available now – only in our online shop and Customer Service.

Price € 39.

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en passant – online

Online-concert with Herbert Blomstedt

Access exciting behind-the-scenes details about the concert programme with Herbert Blomstedt from the comfort of your own home. Click here for the video podcast ›en passant – online‹ with the Kammer­philharmonie’s viola player Anja Manthey:

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Tickets for the Klassik Cloud

Enjoy concert recordings online

You can obtain tickets in the form of a viewing code directly via our ›Classical Cloud‹ for 9.90 euros. As soon as the videos have been uploaded, you can view them by entering the corresponding code. The recordings are available for 48 hours after being posted online.

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Take Part in the Music Lab

Joy with Beethoven

Off we go, round two! After an overwhelming success with several hundred video submissions of the ›Carmen‹ Prelude by Bizet, the Future Lab’s new Music Lab now presents a further piece of classical music. Everyone can now participate in Beethoven’s famous ›Ode to Joy‹ and work together with the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen in a unique online orchestra. With or without an instrument makes no difference; the main thing is to enjoy the music! More information at www.musiclab-jointhesound.com.

Music Lab

Coronavirus/COVID-19

Latest information

You will find all information about concerts in the 1st quarter, 2021 subscriptions, advance ticket sales and much more here.

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Love, Longing and Corona

Melody of Life – Digital

On 29th December at 7.30 pm, the digital edition of ›Melody of Life‹ will be going online. Even the online version is imbued with emotion and deeply moving insights into the world of the young people from the Osterholz-Tenever district.

Just as he would with a live audience, the pianist and composer Mark Scheibe will act as a guide through the programme. As always, the focus is on the young people who, with their own songs and texts, will be giving the screen audiences the chance to share in that which touches their hearts and moves them.  Particularly in times when adolescents are affected by various restrictions, this is captured in impressive pictures and, with the support of the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen, set wonderfully on the musical stage.

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Dear Music Enthusiasts,

Right now it feels like the world has stopped turning – not just in Germany, but all around the globe. In view of the rapid development and seriousness of the current health crisis, we need to exercise patience and try to get on top of this completely new and very challenging situation for us all with a mixture of resolve and calm.

For us, making music is both our passion and our profession and it greatly upsets us that we are currently unable to pursue it. However, there can be no doubt that ensuring everyone’s health and well-being has to be our top priority. It is therefore with a heavy heart that we have cancelled concerts, an educational programme and a planned CD recording. At the moment, we don’t know when the concerts and tours will be able to resume. This is all the more distressing because it denies us the opportunity to communicate with you via the instrument we know best – music.

Against this backdrop, we are all the more touched by your many warm words of solidarity and by the string of enquiries asking how you can support us. One very concrete way is the gesture of solidarity shown by many who have kindly donated the money spent on tickets to the cancelled concerts. Thank you very much for this. It’s good to know and feel that you’ve got our backs in this way, because as a freelance orchestra we do not receive the same backing as a conventional orchestra. We are therefore all the more grateful to the many members of the Society of Friends of The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen, our patrons, sponsors and supporters for their loyalty in these difficult times. We cannot do it without them.

The announcements of assistance programmes for independent artists promised by the federal government and the state of Bremen are an encouraging prospect. This news has boosted our confidence that when we emerge on the other side of this crisis we will once again be able to perform for you and share exceptional musical moments with you as before. And while it is no substitute for a live concert experience, our digital offering is at least one way of staying in touch, even if the quality of the experience is somewhat reduced.

So although The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen is currently also having to forego live concerts, we can at least share our music with you this way. For example, you can enjoy our concert given at the Menuhin Festival Gstaad in 2019 featuring star violinist Hilary Hahn – available from ARTE’s media library. Or browse our Facebook page. What’s more, on our website you can enjoy a changing selection of concert recordings that we have compiled for you.

Music in particular has always given strength in difficult times and helped people forget the seriousness of a crisis for a while.

In this spirit, we wish you all the very best for the uncertain times ahead; above all stay healthy, but also keep calm and carry on. We are already greatly looking forward to seeing you again.

Best regards,

Beate Weis, Matthias Beltinger, Jürgen Winkler – the orchestra board on behalf of The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen

P.S.: If you would like to join the Society of Friends, you can find the application form on our website under ›Support‹ .

Customer service

Happy to help

Our customer service in Langenstr. 16 is currently closed for in-person customer traffic – however, you can still reach us by phone and email during our normal opening hours.

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.

en passant – online

Online-concert with Herbert Blomstedt

Access exciting behind-the-scenes details about the concert programme with Herbert Blomstedt from the comfort of your own home. Click here for the video podcast ›en passant – online‹ with the Kammer­philharmonie’s viola player Anja Manthey:

go to the video

Take Part in the Music Lab

Joy with Beethoven

Off we go, round two! After an overwhelming success with several hundred video submissions of the ›Carmen‹ Prelude by Bizet, the Future Lab’s new Music Lab now presents a further piece of classical music. Everyone can now participate in Beethoven’s famous ›Ode to Joy‹ and work together with the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen in a unique online orchestra. With or without an instrument makes no difference; the main thing is to enjoy the music! More information at www.musiclab-jointhesound.com.

Music Lab

Love, Longing and Corona

Melody of Life – Digital

On 29th December at 7.30 pm, the digital edition of ›Melody of Life‹ will be going online. Even the online version is imbued with emotion and deeply moving insights into the world of the young people from the Osterholz-Tenever district.

Just as he would with a live audience, the pianist and composer Mark Scheibe will act as a guide through the programme. As always, the focus is on the young people who, with their own songs and texts, will be giving the screen audiences the chance to share in that which touches their hearts and moves them.  Particularly in times when adolescents are affected by various restrictions, this is captured in impressive pictures and, with the support of the Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen, set wonderfully on the musical stage.

go to the video

Customer service

Happy to help

Our customer service in Langenstr. 16 is currently closed for in-person customer traffic – however, you can still reach us by phone and email during our normal opening hours.

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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