IGOR LEVIT & RICCARDO MINASI
All that’s missing to complete the Beethoven cycle with piano concertos together with Artist in Residence Igor Levit is the First, op. 15, which now stands on the programme. At the head of the orchestra is Riccardo Minasi, the principal conductor of the Mozarteum Orchestra and a champion of period performance practice. He’s giving his début with the BRSO.
CONCERTS THROUGH THE END OF 2020
In light of the ongoing pandemic, the BRSO has revised its schedule through the end of the year. The majority of our concerts will take place with the originally planned conductors and soloists, but programs have been adjusted and shortened. In view of the limits placed on audience capacity, most programs are offered twice per evening. Artist in Residence Igor Levit kicks off our season on September 24 & 25.
Watch this space
The Münchner Streichquartett consists of four members of the BRSO: Anne Schoenholtz and Stephan Hoever (violin), Mathias Schessl (viola) and Jan Mischlich (cello). In our WATCH THIS SPACE series, they played a concert in the newly opened Hotel Gambino in the Werksviertel-Mitte, exactly opposite the construction site on which the new concert hall in Munich is to be built.
Your safety is our priority
Your safety is our top priority! We make sure that all necessary hygiene measures are taken. Please also help to ensure that the concert visit remains safe for everyone.
musica viva – season opening
Under the direction of Franck Ollu, the BRSO opens the musica viva season 20/21. The focus is on Wolfgang Rihm: You can hear his one-hour composition Jagden und Formen and the Stabat Mater – a duo for viola and baritone – performed by Tabea Zimmermann and Christian Gerhaher. The concerts will take place on September 26th and 27th in the Prinzregententheater.
Especially in times, when concert halls are closed, rehearsals and concerts are cancelled, one thing particularly applies: keep playing! Because music connects us. We visited our musicians at home to find out how they ‘Keep Playing’.