Chamber Music V: Words sound - sounds speak

Chamber music in an unconventional atmosphere

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approx. 2 hours / one interval

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About the performance

Since its creation, opera has been the result of a collaboration between composers and lyricists. The operas of Richard Strauss, Mozart or even Puccini and Debussy are unthinkable without this symbiosis. A journey through time from Monteverdi to Alban Berg.


With their chamber music series, the musicians of the Deutsche Oper Berlin Orchestra fulfil a wish: inspired by productions from the opera programme, they put together concert programmes with works that are close to their hearts. The concerts take place in the stage sets of the respective current Tischlerei production.

Claudio Monteverdi [1567 - 1643]
Interlude from ORFEO, arranged for brass instruments

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [1756 - 1791]
Harmoniemusik for woodwinds (from various operas)

Claude Debussy [1862 - 1918]
String Quartet in G minor, op. 10

Alban Berg [1885 - 1935]
Four Pieces for clarinet and piano, op. 5

Kurt Weill [1900 - 1950]
Excerpts from DIE DREIGROSCHENOPER, arranged for brass quintet

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