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Book your tickets for the beginning of a season that has it all. It begins with Gustav Mahler's Seventh Symphony conducted by Kirill Petrenko – a work that the composer himself described as his best. After a short break for a tour, you can look forward to discovering rarely performed works at the Philharmonie, such as Luigi Dallapiccola’s expressive short opera Il prigioniero, exciting artist debuts, the start of our new World Music series and the wide-ranging programme of Musikfest Berlin.

All concerts in August, September, October and November

Explore our full programme of chamber music and jazz, the Philharmonic Salon and much more. You can buy tickets for all events of the Berliner Philharmoniker Foundation in August, September, October and November – online, by phone or at the box office.

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Concerts with chief conductor Kirill Petrenko

Kirill Petrenko und die Berliner Philharmoniker(Photo: Monika Rittershaus)

Season-opening concert

Kirill Petrenko conducts Mahler’s Seventh

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Concerts of the post-war avant-garde

Works by Iannis Xenakis, Bernd Alois Zimmermann and Luigi Dallapiccola

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Mozart’s 1st Violin Concerto with Noah Bendix-Balgley

Plus Andrew Norman’s Unstuck and Korngold’s Symphony in F sharp major

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Debuts at the beginning of the season

Pekka Kuusisto
(Photo: Kaapo Kamu)

Thomas Adès and Pekka Kuusisto

Composer Thomas Adès appears for the first time conducting the Berliner Philharmoniker, including some of his own works. The Finnish violinist Pekka Kuusisto makes his debut in the same concert.

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Maxim Emelyanychev
(Photo: Andrej Grilc)

A Mozart evening with Maxim Emelyanychev and Sabine Devieilhe

In this programme, Emelyanychev shows how excitingly dramatic Mozart’s music can sound. The evening’s soloist Sabine Devieilhe also makes her debut with Mozart arias.

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New concert series: World Music

Sängerin Aynur
(Photo: Muhsin Akgun)

The term “world music” stands for the diversity and beauty of the broadest range of folk music traditions – and for their creative dialogue. The 2022/23 season marks the start of a new series with which you can explore this cosmos.

The Kurdish singer Aynur has been one of the big names in world music for many years. The musician has said her goal is “to bring precious treasures of tradition to light”. She combines the sounds of Anatolia, which she has been familiar with since her earliest childhood, with a wide variety of influences, including jazz.

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The cellist, singer and composer Abel Selaocoe is regarded as a particularly bright new star on the scene. He combines classical repertoire with music inspired by jazz and his South African homeland. His expressive singing, which he accompanies himself on the cello, is particularly impressive.

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Our guest conductors

Marek Janowski
(Photo: Felix Broede)

Marek Janowski and Marc-André Hamelin

With Max Reger’s Piano Concerto and Schumann’s Symphony No. 3, the “Rhenish”

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Herbert Blomstedt
(Photo: Martin U.K. Lengemann)

Herbert Blomstedt conducts Schubert and Beethoven

Schubert’s Symphony No. 3 and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7

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Iván Fischer
(Photo: Marco Borggreve)

Iván Fischer conducts Mahler’s First Symphony

Plus a waltz sequence from Der Rosenkavalier and a duet concertino by Richard Strauss

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Daniel Harding
(Photo: Julian Hargreaves)

Daniel Harding conducts “Also sprach Zarathustra”

Plus Unsuk Chin’s Rocanā and Ralph Vaughan Williams’ On Wenlock Edge with tenor Andrew Staples

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François­-Xavier Roth
(Photo: Marco Borggreve)

Francois-Xavier Roth and Isabelle Faust

Béla Bartók’s Violin Concerto with Isabelle Faust and works by Dukas and Debussy

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