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I. Rêveries - Passions - Simon Rattle*, Berliner Philharmoniker - Rhythm & Colours (CD)

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  1. Mar 22,  · Johann Sebastian Bach: Johannes-Passion (St John Passion) / Sir Simon Rattle, conductor · Berliner Philharmoniker · Rundfunkchor Berlin (Simon Halsey, chorus master) · Peter Sellars, staging.
  2. Berlin (PRWEB) October 02, -- Berliner Philharmoniker Recordings releases Bach's St John Passion conducted by Sir Simon Rattle and directed by Peter Sellars on DVD and Blu-Ray. The orchestra’s in-house label also reissues Peter Sellars’s staging of St Matthew Passion, which receives its U.S. premiere October 7 and 8 at the Park Avenue Armory.
  3. With the Berliner Philharmoniker Recordings label, the orchestra has full control over its recording output for the first time. The focus is on large cycles of orchestral music, such as the symphonies of Beethoven, Schumann and Sibelius, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, or a comprehensive edition of Schubert’s oeuvre with Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
  4. Concerts with Mahler’s Sixth Symphony (oh, what joy) – with which he made his debut with the Philharmoniker in – and at the Berlin Waldbühne bring this great chapter in the history of the orchestra to a close." Amen! Now, note the title of this collection: The Sound of Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic. That’s the target.5/5(6).
  5. Apr 13,  · The latest version, based on a cycle that Rattle conducted in the Berlin Philharmonie concert hall last October, comes in the usual lavish packaging from the Berlin Philharmonic’s own label.
  6. The shop in the Philharmonie – a place to browse and explore the world of classical music and the Berliner Philharmoniker. The focus of the product range is recordings by the Berliner Philharmoniker and the orchestra’s ensembles and soloists, some of which are available exclusively here.
  7. Simon Rattle conducts Wagner’s “Parsifal” Richard Wagner called his Parsifal a “A Festival Play for the Consecration of the Stage”, and in fact the term opera would be quite inappropriate. It does not deal with intrigues or romantic entanglements but with Wagner’s central metaphysical preoccupation of redemption, for which he wrote scintillating, intoxicating music of incomparable.
  8. The Washington Post labelled the recordings ''a vivid portrait of probably the world's best orchestra at the peak to which its longtime music director has brought it.'' Sir Simon Rattle writes of his work with the Berliner Philharmoniker: ''This orchestra thinks and responds incredibly quickly, every single musician. They're never standing still/5(10).
  9. Season opening Kirill Petrenko conducts Schönberg and Brahms. Kirill Petrenko, chief conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker, opens the /21 concert season with a programme that combines two cross-seasonal focal points of his work with the orchestra: the cultivation of the Classical-Romantic core repertoire with Johannes Brahms’s melancholy, profound Fourth Symphony, and the music.

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