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Bamberg Symphony to mentor Junge Deutsche Philharmonie

The Bamberg Symphony Orchestra and Junge Deutsche Philharmonie are to work closely together, starting from the 2015/2016 season. This year Bamberg's Principal Conductor, Jonathan Nott, also takes up the post of Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie. The two orchestras' cooperation will be organisational and practical. [Read more]

Address of the Bavarian State Minister

Ladies and gentlemen, fellow music-lovers,
Among Bavaria's many beautiful cities and towns, Bamberg is a very precious pearl. If you're keen to experience unspoiled city living, and immerse yourself in a thousand years of history, if you want to understand why culture and art are in Bavaria's DNA and why they're so important and fundamental to Bavarian identity and self-image – for all this, you only have to come to Bamberg. [more]

Ticket sale for New Year's Eve concert has started

Nothing but favourites for New Year's Eve! Like a pearl necklace, this French soirée lines up classic after classic to see out the old year. Berlioz's Overture Roman Carnival is out-and-out programme music, while Chabrier's Habanera is followed by two figures who in their musical guises have become legendary: Dukas' sorcerer's apprentice and Debussy's Faun. Soloist in Ravel's Tzigane is violinist Alina Ibragimova, conductor is Robin Ticciati. [more]