Concert video: Haydn’s “Creation” with Sir Simon
As chief conductor of the Chor and Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Sir Simon Rattle dedicated his inaugural concert to both. Starting with Haydn’s The Creation was out of the question for Simon Rattle: “It has everything in it. The whole world.” The soloists in the performance were Lucy Crowe (soprano), Benjamin Bruns (tenor) and Christian Gerhaher (baritone).
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As of September 12, you can purchase tickets for the following concerts: “Klangbilder” is the title of the 1st Chamber Concert on October 28. An evening of octets by Schubert and Hosokawa, rounded off with projections of selected pictures by illustrator Quint Buchholz. On November 2-3, experience pianist Evgeny Kissin with Rachmaninoff’s Third Piano Concerto. The BRSO is looking forward to its first collaboration with Polish conductor Krzysztof Urbański.
MEET THE BRSO
In the future, we will introduce you to musicians of the BRSO in a more personal way. We’ll start with Emma Schied, British-born oboist in the BRSO since 2016. Who is her greatest role model? Where her favorite place in Munich? And what would she do if she had the BRSO container to herself for one night? She told us all this and much more in our little questionnaire.
You can find an overview of all BRSO musicians here.
BRSO Podcast SCHOENHOLTZ
Violinist Anne Schoenholtz with Sir Simon Rattle
Guest: Sir Simon Rattle
Get to know the new principal conductor of the BRSO! Sir Simon Rattle is a guest on our orchestra podcast. Talking to Anne SCHOENHOLTZ, he reveals where his love for the BRSO comes from, what excites him about Munich, and what ideas and visions he plans to pursue in the coming years. This episode is also available in English!
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In the BRSO media library you will find numerous concert videos with major symphonic works in recordings with many well-known conductors such as Rattle, Blomstedt, Gardiner, Haitink, Dudamel, Harding, Nézet-Séguin, Jansons or Antonini. Plus current livestreams as well as audios, documentaries about the BRSO and exciting backstage videos. Free of charge and available at any time!
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Soon after its founding in 1949 by Eugen Jochum, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra (BRSO) developed into an internationally highly regarded orchestra. It was among the top ten orchestras worldwide in the orchestra rankings of the British trade magazine Gramophone (“The world’s greatest orchestras”) as well as in the Japanese music magazine “Mostly Classic”. Sir Simon Rattle will be the new principal conductor of the Bavarian Radio Chorus and Symphony Orchestra from the 23/24 season.
The orchestra regularly works with renowned conductors and soloists in its concerts in Munich as well as on tours worldwide and can look back on numerous CD releases and awards, including the GRAMMY in the category “Best Orchestral Performance” and the “German Record Critics’ Award”. The promotion of young musicians and the cultivation of new music are also among the orchestra’s core tasks.