Sir Simon Rattle & MAGDALENA KOŽENÁ

Sir Simon Rattle has been returning to the BRSO to close our season! On July 19 & 29 he conducted  works by Mozart, Mahler, Dukas and Ravel in the Philharmonie im Gasteig, with Magdalena Kožená as the soloist of Mahler’s “Rückert-Lieder”. Watch the concert video here.

To the media library

Watch this space

“It is incredibly fun to buy a gift, but the best thing is when you give it to someone and feel that it is well received!” Thomas Kiechle and Hannes Läubin (trumpet), Hansjörg Profanter and Uwe Schrodi (trombone) played in our series WATCH THIS SPACE  with works by Stanley, Michel, Bach & Koetsier.

Watch the video

Igor Levit & Franz Welser-Möst

On July 9 & 10, Igor Levit played Beethoven’s piano concerto No. 2 in B flat major, op. 19. Also on the program: Mozart’s “Prague” Symphony, conducted by Franz Welser-Möst.

Concert video

WATCH THIS SPACE: Marije Grevink & klaus-Peter WErani

“I’m an orchestra musician and when my instrument was taken – in this case the orchestra – I felt initially empty. My wishes for the future are crystal clear: to perform as soon as possible as a whole orchestra – for as many people as possible.” Marije Grevink and Klaus-Peter Werani played on June 10, 2020 in the “Gin City” in Munich’s Werkviertel Bach and Ysaÿe.

More

I would like to activate Facebook content and agree that data will be loaded from Facebook (see Privacy Policy).

I would like to activate Instagram content and agree that data will be loaded from Instagram (see Privacy Policy).

Shortly after it was founded by Eugen Jochum in 1949 the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra (BRSO) developed into an orchestra of international repute. The British trade journal Gramophone placed it among the top ten of ‘the world’s greatest orchestras’, as did the Japanese music magazine Mostly Classic.

Whether in its Munich concerts or on its worldwide tours, the BRSO works on a regular basis with renowned conductors and soloists. It can boast of numerous CD releases and prizes, including a Grammy for ‘best orchestral performance’ and the German Record Critics’ Prize.

The core missions of the BRSO also include promoting young talent and cultivating the music of our time. From 2003 -2019 the orchestra has been headed by the Latvian conductor Mariss Jansons.

Click here for more on the history of the BRSO

Our site uses cookies to individually display content and measure reach. We incorporate third-party elements such as Facebook and Youtube. Please see our Privacy Policy for details.

OK