Orchestra concerts

A collective sonority

Varied programmes, outstanding guests and unique projects guarantee an exhilarating concert experience in the 2019 season. Look forward to The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen subscription concerts, featuring a wealth of outstanding artists, exciting debuts and young talent. See the orchestra at home in Bremen, at well-known festivals and on the international stage.


Summertime is festival time

Summer 2019 is once again dominated by large popular festivals: the Heidelberg Spring, the Rheingau Music Festival, the Swiss Klosters Music Festival, the Gstaad Menuhin Festival and – one of the largest classical music festivals in the world – the Schleswig Holstein Music Festival, to name but a few. And at the Kissinger Summer, the Bremen Orchestra will be appearing as the official festival orchestra for the third year.

Orchestra on tour

Endless possibilities

During the 2019 season, The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen will of course also be travelling the world. In previous years, Asian countries have been the focus of the orchestra’s global tours. Motto for 2019 could be »Let’s go West!« In autumn, the ensemble will be crossing the Atlantic and heading for America – the USA and Mexico to be exact.

However, before its great voyage across the sea, the orchestra will be embarking on several European tours and performing a number of concerts stretching from the northernmost corner of Germany to the southern tip of Spain. The orchestra will be performing in the architecturally impressive concert halls of Gran Canaria and Tenerife in January, and in February, the orchestra will be performing in Germany’s largest concert hall – the Festspielhaus in Baden Baden. Of course, Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie is also on the tour programme for 2019, as are the renowned concert halls of its European neighbour, for example the imposing Bruges Concertgebouw – whose hall is famous for its excellent acoustics – or the Konzerthaus Vienna.

Argentina, Buenos Aires
China, Beijing City
Brasil, Rio de Janeiro
USA, New York
Turkey, Istanbul
Belgium, Brussels

Bremen, London, Tokyo

In the great halls

The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen regularly tours the world’s most hallowed halls, from the traditional Musikverein in Vienna to the City Concert Hall of the Forbidden City in Beijing and the Hamburg Elbphilharmonie.