The biggest twitch stream so far, Spielzeit #13 “Kosmos Orchester” with the entire Konzerthausorchester Berlin under conductor Jonathan Stockhammer, was a huge success. Here are the finest moments on and off stage.
First of all, the technology has to be in place, and no twitch stream is possible without it: cameras, lights, monitors, mixing desks, microphones, computers and a good deal of cabling.
Everything will be set up in the Great Hall this time; the concert hall is turned into a studio!
Any final problems with volumes, lighting and transitions between discussions and music are still being ironed out in rehearsals.
And here we go! The orchestra introduces its vocal groups in motifs from Dvořák’s Ninth Symphony and plays several movements. Questions from the community such as “Who actually gives the cue in the orchestra?” or “Do orchestral musicians still get stage fright?” will of course be answered as well.
OUR COMMUNITY COMMENTS
kali2303 How beautiful the hall is
h0ngri Great acoustics! and what a stream
zimwtf I didn’t think it would sound so good when I turned up my speakers!
GamingParzimahn so nice to hear it all individually... very interesting
rustytwinkle Great explanations with music sections from the live orchestra 🙂
rFaithx mega cool idea to stream that
Selectress_Eddi this channel is out-of-control good 😮
The lines are running hot, 13 cameras have to be coordinated and controlled. Everyone is in contact via headset. And director Erik Brauer has full control.
Joy and relief after two and a half hours: everything went wonderfully!
Photos: Markus Werner
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The project was funded from February to December 2021 as part of “dive in. Programme for Digital Interactions” of the Federal Cultural Foundation, funded by the Federal Commissioner for Culture and the Media (BKM) as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR programme.