Group photo with musicians with their instruments in the foyer of the Philharmonie Berlin
Stipendiat*innen der Karajan-Akademie | Picture: Peter Adamik

Concert information



Ivan Repušić, chief conductor of the Munich Radio Orchestra, is celebrated for his emotional, gripping style. This season, he directs the Karajan Academy for the first time, presenting a varied programme with the young musicians. An early classical symphony by JS Bach’s son Johann Christian meets the Notturno by the young Arnold Schönberg, a work still very much in the late Romantic tradition. Pierre Boulez mourns the death of Igor Stravinsky in his Mémoriale, while Friedrich Gulda’s Cello Concerto and Darius Milhaud's Le Boeuf sur le toit are full of musical humour.


Karajan-Akademie der Berliner Philharmoniker
Ivan Repušić conductor


Johann Christian Bach
Sinfonia in B flat major, op. 18 No. 2

Friedrich Gulda
Concerto for Cello and Wind Orchestra


Pierre Boulez
Mémoriale (...explosante fixe ... Originel)

Arnold Schoenberg
Notturno für Solo-Violine, Harfe und Streicher

Darius Milhaud
Le Bœuf sur le toit, fantasy for orchestra, op. 58

Chamber Music Hall

11 to 29 €