The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen’s rise to »one of the leading international orchestras« (BBC, 2003) has been accompanied and influenced by a series of notable conductors. As Artistic Director of The
The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen’s rise to »one of the leading international orchestras« (BBC, 2003) has been accompanied and influenced by a series of notable conductors. As Artistic Director of The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, the Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi continues the critically acclaimed Brahms Symphonies cycle and launches their Schubert project touring in Europe.
One of the highlights of their collaboration was The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen’s acclaimed interpretation of Beethoven’s orchestral works, which critics have described as groundbreaking. The orchestra and its Artistic Director also brought the same commitment to the ›Schumann Project‹– their interpretation and performance of Robert Schumann’s symphonies – which proved to be equally successful.
Commencing from the 2019/20 season Paavo Järvi will be Chief Conductor and Music Director of the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich.
The horn quartet german hornsound, which was founded 2009 by four former horn students of Christian Lampert at the State University of Music and the Performing Arts Stuttgart, has made an international name for itself with its extraordinary profile and in the past years debuted at nearly all music festivals in the German-speaking areas of Europe. The ensemble’s repertoire includes all periods of musical history, original works and arrangements. Specifically, german hornsound is characterised by the fact that it develops their own projects. The exceptional individuality of the ensemble shows itself in all of the arrangements written by its members and are, thus, perfectly tailored to the ensemble.
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