Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Christoph Eschenbach

mit Cameron Carpenter
Konzerthausorchester Berlin Christoph EschenbachConductor Cameron CarpenterOrgan
Antonín Dvořák „Karneval“ - Konzertouvertüre A-Dur op. 92 Sergej Rachmaninow Rhapsodie über ein Thema von Paganini für Klavier und Orchester op. 43, für Orgel und Orchester bearbeitet von Cameron Carpenter Pause Antonín Dvořák Sinfonie Nr. 8 G-Dur op. 88

With nearly 100 concerts each season, the Konzerthausorchester has been inspiring audiences in our concert hall on Gendarmenmarkt for over 60 years! Principal conductors such as Kurt Sanderling, Eliahu Inbal and now Iván Fischer have led and continue to lead the orchestra to great international acclaim. The ensemble's repertoire and range of styles in continuously being expanded, with music from Monteverdi to Lachenmann being performed with equal competence. Enjoy a concert with renowned conductors and classical stars as soloists!

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