Highlights in early 2022

Advance ticket sales begin on 12 December

(Photo: Stephan Rabold)

Tickets for our concerts in February and March are on sale from 12 December. There are big names in store: chief conductor Kirill Petrenko will join Sir András Schiff for concert evenings with works by Brahms and Josef Suk, and we can also look forward to Gustavo Dudamel, François-Xavier Roth, Daniel Barenboim, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, pianist Anna Vinnitskaya and many more. For Early music fans there is a special highlight: our Baroque Festival with prestigious guests such as the singer Anna Prohaska, conductor William Christie and harpsichordist Jean Rondeau.

 

Highlights in February and March at the Philharmonie


Baroque Festival

Enjoy the splendour of the Baroque with renowned ensembles and soloists over two weekends.

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Kirill Petrenko and Sir András Schiff

Brahms’ Piano Concerto No. 2 and a melodious discovery: Josef Suk’s symphonic poem The Ripening.

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Guest conductors in early 2022

Gustavo Dudamel conducts Mahler's Second

Since 2014, Dudamel has been regularly delighting audiences with his fiery and precise performances of Mahler with the Berliner Philharmoniker.

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Daniel Barenboim conducts Verdi's Requiem

With soloists Elena Stikhina (soprano), Anita Rachvelishvili (mezzo-soprano), Fabio Sartori (tenor), René Pape (bass)

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François-Xavier Roth and Albrecht Mayer

Stravinsky’s colourful ballet music Petrushka and an oboe concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach

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Sir John Eliot Gardiner conducts Brahms and Mendelssohn

Sir John Eliot Gardiner and his famous Monteverdi Choir present two key choral works of the Romantic period.

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Philharmonic Salon with Heikko Deutschmann

This Philharmonic Salon sheds light on the relationship between Richard Wagner and Mathilde Wesendonck. The composer, who was wanted for his revolutionary activities in Dresden, met the married woman while in exile in Switzerland, where her husband supported the fugitive financially. She became his beloved and muse, who not only inspired him to write his opera Tristan und Isolde, but also provided the poems for the cycle of his Wesendonck Lieder. Guests of the salon are the speakers Brigitte Karner and Heikko Deutschmann plus the mezzo-soprano Nadine Weissmann and the Philharmonic String Quintet.

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Robin Ticciati and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe

Dvořák’s Cello Concerto – with soloist Jean-Guihen Queyras – and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, the “Pastoral”

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Piano recital with Anna Vinnitskaya

Anna Vinnitskaya plays works by Schumann, Chopin and Ravel.

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