“Restart Kulti” – Dresden Philharmonic invites you to concerts with the audience again, Dresden Philharmonic, press release

On Sunday 30 May 2021, the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra will open its concert hall in Kulturplast to the public for the first time. Chamber music program can be tried with members of the orchestra. The following weekend, families were invited to a musical read of Astrid Lindgren’s classic The Lionheart Brothers. Orchestra, chamber, family, and outdoor concerts will follow through the end of July.

Frauk Roth, Artistic Director of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra:

“The musicians and our entire team have been waiting for this day for weeks – we know our audience misses our concerts so much, and on the contrary, we know more than ever how important it is to be able to play in front of an audience.

I am also pleased that we can offer a diverse program from concerts to family programmes, open air concerts to five large orchestral concerts with well-known conductors and soloists. All concerts are still taking place under the applicable Corona conditions, but I am sure: once the stick is raised and the first tone sounds, mask tests, distance and rapture will soon be secondary.”

about the program:

Music hall:

The trio was written by Korngold’s Trio op. 1 and Rudi Stephan’s seven-stringed instrument music roughly simultaneously in 1909 and 1910 respectively. They show how two young, highly talented composers were searching for their own path in one of the most turbulent phases in modern music history. On the other hand, the two works by Penderecki and Rossini focus on the double bass – an instrument that is rarely the focus.

The concert will be moderated by Jens Schöpp, dramatist with the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra.

family party:

‘The Lionheart Brothers’ It is a very special piece of work for Astrid Lindgren. in narration

On the untamed, moving adventures of brothers Carl (Krolth) and Jonathan Lowenherz in the country of Nanjigala, the author brilliantly manages the tight act of love of introducing children to the subject of death without intimidating them. So many see the book as a source of solace and encouragement for children, as it gives them a possible answer to the central question: What comes after death? ›. Philip Mathias Kaufmann has now summarized the true account of the work and reworked it musically in its sometimes epic breadth.

tickets Conditions for attending the ceremony:

Tickets for these two concerts can be booked online from May 25, 2021 at the Dresden Philharmonic online store, via Click & Collect at the ticket service or by phone by providing contact details. Tickets are personal and non-transferable.

To enter the concert you need:

A daily negative rapid corona test (recommended to be proven via the Corona-Warnapp or Pass4All app, but can also be provided elsewhere on a mobile device or as a hard copy), or
Proof of complete vaccination against corona, or
Notification of recovery from COVID-19 infection within the past 6 months (evidence: positive PCR test more than 28 days ago and no more than 6 months ago).

Contact details are recorded when purchasing a ticket and compared with a personal document at the entrance to the Kulturpalast. In addition, it is recommended to register via Corona-Warnapp or Pass4All before the concert begins.

Known distance and hygiene rules also apply (FFP2 or medical mask at home and during the concert, minimum distance between seats in the hall 1.5 metres, wayfinding system, no food served, party duration about 60-75 minutes).

a program

Sunday May 30, 2021 at 6 pm
Palace of Culture
concert hall
Tickets 15 euros

music hall

Music for stringed instruments

Eric Wolfgang Korngold
Trio for piano, violin and cello in D major, reference 1 (1909) Gioachino Rossini

Duet for Cello and Double Bass (1824) by Krzysztof Penderecki
the couple cConcertant for Violin and Double Bass (2011)

Rudy Stefan
Music for Seven Stringed Instruments (1911)

Dalia Richter | Violin
Thomas Otto | Violin
Matan Jelicinski | viola
Razvan Popescu
| double bass
Hans Ludwig Ratz
| violoncello
Nora Cook | harp
Rikuo Yoshizumi
| piano

Introduction: Jane’s Shop
The recording is then available in the media library.

Sunday, June 6, 2021 at 11:00 am
Palace of Culture
concert hall
Tickets: 10€ for adults / 5€ for children up to 16 years old

family party

“Lionheart Brothers”

read concert
Text: Astrid Lindgren
music | Philip Matthew Kaufman

Harry og | conductor
NN | teller
Dresden Orchestra

Preview the program for more concerts In June/July (Detailed information coming soon on the Dresden Philharmonic website)
Pre-sales for these concerts begin May 31, 2021.

Saturday June 12, 2021, 7.30 pm
Schumann: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra
Brahms: Symphony No. 4 in E Minor
Louis Lingerie | conductor
Renault Capucon | Violin
Dresden Orchestra

Saturday, June 19, 2021 at 7.30 pm
Greg: Concerto for piano and orchestra in a minor film
De Arriaga: Symphony in D
Gwangju Mina | conductor
Javier Pérance | piano
Dresden Orchestra

Sunday June 20, 2021 at 11 am
An elephant to discover with Malte Arkona
…in the Norwegian Fjords Excerpt from the EDVARD GRIEG Concerto for Piano and Orchestra
Bruno Borralinho | conductor
Javier Pérance | piano
Malt Arkoun | moderation
Dresden Orchestra

Sunday 20 June 2021 6 pm
music hall
Franz Schubert’s Quintet Pentacle in C major (1828)
Wolfgang Heinrich | Management

Sunday 27 June 2021 6 pm
Bruch: Violin Concerto in G minor
Bruckner: Symphony No. 0 in D minor
Emmanuel Tjknavourian | Violin
Marcus Buchner | conductor
Dresden Orchestra

Saturday 3 July 2021 at 7.30 pm
Roussel: Le Festin de l’araignée – Suite orchestra (1913)
Brahms: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 2 in Flat B Major
Lionel Berenguer | conductor
Kirill Gerstein | piano
Dresden Orchestra

Sunday July 4, 2021, 6pm
music hall
Mahler: Symphony No. 9 – Piano Solo Edition by Albert Breer
Stephen Wirth | piano

Tuesday, July 6, 2021, 7.30 pm
music hall
The works of Bosoni, Shane, Mahler
Mediterranean Ensemble – Bruno Borralinho

Friday 9 July 2021
Saturday 10 July 2021
Outdoors – Movie Nights on the Boulevard
6:00 p.m. “Carnival of Animals”
Family party with Malte Arkona
9 p.m. “Bear Gent” with Dominic Horowitz
Atmospheric summer concert by the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra
John Sturgeards | conductor
Julia Kletter | soprano
Dresden Orchestra

Sunday, July 11, 2021, at 6 p.m.
Vivaldi and Piazzola. The Four Seasons – Two Accordions
Wolfgang Heinrich | Management
Ruslan and Elena Krachkovsky | accordion
Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra

Tuesday, July 13, 2021, at 7.30 pm
music hall
Kollenbosch Quartet
Beethoven’s Cycle: The Quartet Series Ref. 59/3 and op. cit. 131

Saturday 17 July 2021, 7.30 pm
Ravel: “Don Quichotte à Dulcinée” for bass and orchestra
Stravinsky: Symphonies d’instruments à vent
Mahler: “In the middle of the night”, “The world lost me”
Schubert: Symphony Part D 936a
Sebastian Weigl | conductor
Renee Pape | deep voice
Dresden Orchestra

Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 7.30pm
music hall
Schubert: “The Beautiful Miller” version of the tenor and string trio
Bernard Berchtold Guaranteed
Trichord Philharmonic

Wednesday, July 21, 2021, 7.30pm
Silent movie and live music
“The Adventures of Prince Ahmed”
Animated film by Lotte Reiniger (1926), accompanied directly to original music by Wolfgang Zeller (1926) in The Arrangement of a Chamber Set by Jens Schubbe (2007/2017)
Gerd Herklutz | conductor
Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra

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