Street with house with shop front, in front of it two men and two carts with horses
Also a place in New England: street scene in Vermont, 1905 | Picture:  Old Paper Studios / Alamy Stock Foto

Concert information

Musikfest Berlin



The Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin presents a very diverse programme: Tania León creates a musical monument to a Cuban tree. Ravel explores the Greek, Mahler the German folk song. Charles Ives sets American landscapes and history to music. And with the orchestral transcriptions of four Bach pieces by the conductor Sir Andrew Davis, who recently passed away, the evening ends in newly narrated Early Music.


Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
Kazuki Yamada conductor
Julian Prégardien tenor


Tania León

Maurice Ravel
Cinq Mélodies populaires grècques

Julian Prégardien tenor

Gustav Mahler
Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen

Julian Prégardien tenor

Charles Ives
Orchestral Set No. 1: “Three Places in New England”

Aaron Copland
Appalachian Spring (Version for orchestra from 1954)

Additional information

An event by Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin in cooperation with Berliner Festspiele / Musikfest Berlin

Main Auditorium