24 Feb Saturday, 20 Uhr Philharmonie Berlin

Robin Ticciati & Benjamin Grosvenor

Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin Herren des Rundfunkchores Berlin

Ferruccio Busoni set new standards with his works and had a decisive influence on the musical aesthetics of the 20th century. His piano concerto with (invisible) male choir is one of the longest piano concertos in music history - and a wonderfully crazy musical adventure.


Ethel Smyth
Ouverture from the opera “The Wreckers”
Robert Schumann
Symphony Nr. 3 in E flat major “Rhenish”
Ferruccio Busoni
Piano Concerto in C major with male chorus


Robin Ticciati, Conductor Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin Herren des Rundfunkchores Berlin, Choir Martina Batič, Chorus Master Benjamin Grosvenor, Piano Rundfunkchor Berlin, Partner at ROC Berlin


Radiosender: Deutschlandfunk Kultur

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