Waldbühne 2014 - A Midsummer Night

in post-production
Live transmission 27.06.2014 / 8:15:00 pm (CET)

After his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in 2008 (“Los Ritmos de la Noche”) charismatic Latin American conductor Gustavo Dudamel now returns to the Waldbühne Berlin.

Piotr Tchaikovsky: “The Tempest” Symphonic Fantasy, Op.18
Romeo and Juliet, Fantasy Overture
Johannes Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op.68

Director: Henning Kasten
A production of EuroArts Music in co-production with SMG
Length: 107'• HD

Martha Argerich & Daniel Barenboim

in post-production
Both come from Buenos Aires, both have made global careers for themselves. Martha Argerich and Daniel Barenboim are not only fellow countrymen; they also both began to give concerts in their youth, as soloists and with an orchestra. In addition, the two have a particular interest in chamber music in common - the repertoire spanning from the classics to modernism. They now appear together: a summit meeting of two of the most eminent pianists of the past few decades and of the present, something which is well worth looking forward to.

Cast: Martha Argerich / Daniel Barenboim
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata D-Major KV 448 for two pianos
Franz Schubert: Variations on an Original Theme, for piano, 4 hands in A-flat Major, D. 813 (Op.35)
- Intermission -
Igor Stravinsky: "Le Sacre du Printemps" (Version for piano, 4 hands)

Director: Michael Beyer
Producers: Jan Bremme / Claudia Krüger
A co-production of EuroArts, Unitel & rbb in cooperation with arte
Length: approx.75’ • HD

Europakonzert 2014 from Berlin

in post-production
Live transmission 01.05.2014 / 11:00 am (CET) on ARD

Every year since 1991 the Berliner Philharmoniker have given a concert on May 1st in a different European city to commemorate the anniversary of the orchestra’s founding in 1882 and to celebrate the common heritage of the Old World. In 2014 the Europakonzert takes place again in Berlin. Opened in 1963 the Berliner Philharmonie is after 50 years still the musical heart of the city and a beloved venue for the international classical music scene. The concert will be conducted by a man who has been associated with the Berliner Philharmoniker for 50 years: Daniel Barenboim.

Cast: Berliner Philharmoniker / Daniel Barenboim

Otto Nicolai: Overture to Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor (The Merry Wives of Windsor)
Edward Elgar: Falstaff in C minor, Op. 68
Piotr Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64

Director: Henning Kasten
A production of EuroArts Music and rbb in co-production with NHK & SMG
Length: 120 mins • HD


in post-production
Live recording from the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden
Live transmission 20.04.2014, 6:00 p.m. CET

Berliner Philharmoniker • Sir Simon Rattle, conductor
Sol Gabetta, cello

György Ligeti: Atmosphères
Richard Wagner: Prelude to Act 1 of the opera “Lohengrin”
Edward Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85
Igor Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps

It has changed over the years that Edward Elgar’s warm and melodically charged Cello Concerto –long considered to be behind the times– once again sounds modern and fresh. Sol Gabetta recently released a highly praised recording of the work and on Easter Sunday 2014 the cellist will make her debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker.

Length: approx. 90' • HD
Directed by Torben Schmidt Jacobsen
Produced by EuroArts Music in co-production with SWR/arte & NHK

Puccini: Manon Lescaut

in post-production
Live recording from the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden
Live transmission 16 April 2014, 6:00 p.m. CET

Opera in four acts by Giacomo Puccini after Histoire du Chevalier Des Grieux et de Manon Lescaut des Abbé Prévost
Berliner Philharmoniker • Sir Simon Rattle, conductor • Philharmonia Choir Vienna
Eva-Maria Westbroek, Manon Lescaut • Lester Lnych, Lescaut • Massimo Giordano, Chevalier Renato Des Grieux • Liang Li, Geronte de Ravoir • Bogdan Mihai, Edmond • Reinhard Dorn, Innkeeper • Magdalena Kožená, Singer • Kresimir Spicer, Dancing Master • Arthur Espiritu, Lamplighter • Johannes Kammler, Sergeant Richard Eyre, direction • Robert Howell, stage • Fotini Dimou, costumes • Peter Mumford, light design

The fact that the Berliner Philharmoniker turn to Puccini – this beloved yet ostracized composer – is symbolic. Here is someone who was thought to be outmoded for a long time, but there is really so much more to be discovered about him and his work. The tale of one, who becomes a model but remains a girl, is very contemporary.

Length: approx. 150' • HD
Directed by János Darvas
Produced by EuroArts Music in co-production with SWR/arte & NHK




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