Our Concerts

20. August 2021
Sounds of Nature

Domhof Lübeck, 6:00 p.m. Also on August 21st at 7:00 p.m. and August 22nd at 5:00 p.m. In cooperation with the Lübeck Museum for Nature and Environment, a special concert program with chamber music works from different epochs of music history, in which the musical imitation of natural sounds culminates in a strong emotional experience.

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28. November 2021
Science meets Tanja Tetzlaff

Sendesaal Radio Bremen Tanja Tetzlaff and the Alfred Wegener Institute collaborate for an intimate evening fundraising for climate and environmental protection. Musical performances with Tanja and members of the Bremer Philharmoniker are woven around short lectures from leading scientists in the field.

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22. January 2022
Rock the Opera

Theater Duisburg, 19.30 p.m. Special fundraising concert by the Duisburger Philharmoniker with rock legend Peter Bursch and his All-Star Band in the Duisburg Theater.

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25. February 2022
The Beethoven Expedition

Übersee-Museum Bremen, 7:00 p.m. Experience Beethoven paired with the research of prominent climate experts in the unique ambience of the Übersee-Museum Bremen.

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24. May 2022
Glacier Worlds in the Power Plant

Kraftwerk Berlin, 7:00 p.m. For their tenth climate concert, the musicians of the Staatskapelle Berlin perform in a place tied to Berlin’s industrial history.

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28. May 2022
Climate Workshop #2: For a blooming Duisburg

Theater Duisburg, Opera Foyer, 7:30 pm. In selected musical works performed by our musician ensembles, we trace the connection between art and nature; in short speeches, Duisburg climate activists present their valuable initiatives; and last but not least, we discuss the question of how future life in harmony with nature can be possible. Works by Erwin Schulhoff, Bedřich Smetana, Daniel Schnyder and others.

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28. May 2022
Magic of the Forest - Soundscapes and Habitats

Theater Duisburg, 7:30 pm. The forest has always fascinated and attracted people. The atmospheric program aims to encourage people to open their eyes and ears to the endangered beauty of the forests.

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28. May 2022
Three Seasons and Tabula rasa

Staatstheater Braunschweig, Main Hall, 1:00 pm. Concertmaster Felix Gutgesell interprets three seasons by Antonio Vivaldi with musicians of the orchestra. Instead of “winter”, the movement “Silentio” from Arvo Pärt's “Tabula Rasa” will be performed, creating a special atmosphere with contemplative sounds of silence, simplicity and the ringing of bells.

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10. July 2022
KlimArt - Concerts and Climate Mile

Magnikirche Braunschweig, 12 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. Forests are dying, rivers and soils are drying up, and biodiversity is declining. It's time to act! With the KlimArt summer festival, the Climate Mile and 3 concerts, the Staatsorchester Braunschweig is drawing attention to the problems caused by climate change in the region and beyond.

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Past Concerts

26. September 2020
Symphonic Change

St. Katharine Church, Hamburg, 7:00 p.m. A unique climate concert with musicians from our member orchestras and the artist Juri de Marco.

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26. September 2020
Climate Workshop #1- For a blooming Duisburg

Theater Duisburg, 4.30 pm & 7.30 pm. Enjoy beautiful music with a glass of wine and let's talk about sustainability: How important is it to us that we conserve our “Four Seasons” as we know them? Or that the bumblebee continues to fly outside of the concert hall?

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20. March 2021
Auction for Climate Protection

Bremen. Beginning February 21st, the Bremer Philharmoniker are offering four weeks of concerts and interactive events that can be purchased in two auctions.

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26. July 2021
"When music falls on fertile ground..."

Staatstheater Nürnberg, 7:30 p.m. Kick-off event for the Staatsphilharmonie Nürnberg's new CO2 initiative in cooperation with the Soil Fertility Fund (Bodenfruchtbarkeitfonds Bio-Stiftung Schweiz)

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