Chamber Music VI: Passion - How music makes us suffer

Chamber music in an unconventional atmosphere

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approx. 2 hours / one interval

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About the performance

Like any language, music follows rules that we often understand without knowing exactly what they are. Selected works by Purcell, Bach, Mozart and Schubert are used to show how themes such as suffering and redemption reach the audience through musical forms.


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.

Johann Sebastian Bach [1685 - 1750]
Various chorales, arranged for brass ensemble

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [1756 - 1791]
Sonata in E minor for violin and piano, KV 304

Franz Schubert [1797 - 1828]
Quartet No. 15 in G major for two violins, viola and violoncello, D 887
1st movement - Allegro molto moderato

Henry Purcell [1659 - 1695 ]
Dido's Lament from DIDO AND AENEAS

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