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CURRENT INFORMATION


The 2021/22 season program

Our program for the new season is published. From now on you can inform yourself about the upcoming concerts from autumn in our concert calendar. We hope to arouse your "curiosity" with our program and look forward to welcoming you back to our hall in the coming season!

You can also download the brochure as a PDF here. If you would like a printed version of the brochure to be sent to you, please feel free to send us a short e-mail with your address or give us a call.


Subscription 20/21: Offset, donation or payment:

Do you wish to be paid for overpaid concerts of the 20/21 season, or would you like to donate overpaid concerts to the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra? Then please fill out the online form or print the PDF form and send it by letter, mail, or fax to the BVD ticket service:

ONLINE-FORM

PDF to DOWNLOAD

Please return the printed and completed form to:

BVD-Kartenservice
Lange Str. 39/41
96047 Bamberg

Fax: 0951 – 98082–30
Mail: info[at]bvd-ticket.de

Renew your subscription for 21/22:

We would be pleased if you would like to extend your existing subscription! To do so, simply fill out the online form or print out the PDF form and send it by letter, email or fax to the BVD Card Service:

ONLINE-FORM

PDF to download

Please return the printed and completed form to:

BVD-Kartenservice
Lange Str. 39/41
96047 Bamberg

Fax: 0951 – 98082–30
Mail: info[at]bvd-ticket.de

Bamberg Symphony celebrates 75 years of excellent music!

For our 75th anniversary, we, together with our media partner BR-KLASSIK, broadcast the Bamberg Symphony´s big anniversary concert on TV and radio as well as online.

The festive concert that was broadcast on Thursday, March 18, 2021 is available as video stream on BR-KLASSIK CONCERT
as well as in the ARD-alpha Mediathek.

The program included:
Ludwig van Beethoven:
Overture "Leonore" No. 3 op. 72b
Concerto for violin and orchestra in D major op. 61
Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major op. 55 "Eroica"

Christoph Eschenbach conductor
Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider violin


News

Our latest cd release: Gustav Mahler Symphony Nr. 4

In July, in the middle of the first Corona summer, we used the time for a wonderful recording (in co-production with BR-Klassik). At the same time, we investigated how successful recordings are possible at this time, on the one hand with regard to safety, and on the other hand also under the musically crucial aspects such as sound and interaction of the orchestra. The result is an extraordinary recording of Gustav Mahler's 4th Symphony together with our principal conductor Jakub Hrůša. The mezzo-soprano part in the 4th movement was taken by Anna Lucia Richter. Released by accentus music (catalog number: ACC30532), available now.

To our livestreams...

Jakub Hrůša with our portrait artist Patricia Kopatchinskaja - Brahms, Bartók & Dvořák from January 21, 2021. The concert can be viewed via www.medici.tv here until the end of April 2021.

Daniel Harding Conducts Mahler and Schumann - with Christian Gerhaher from March 4, 2021. The concert can be accessed via www.medici.tv here until June 4, 2021.

Our traditional family concert featuring Camille Saint-Saëns's "Carnival of the Animals" from February 14, 2021, in the rarely performed version for symphony orchestra, with David Švec (conductor), Malte Arkona (moderator) and Alina and Nikolay Shalamov (piano) can still be viewed in the TVO media library here.

The live recording of our legendary "Alpine Symphony" with our chief conductor Jakub Hrůša from October 16, 2020 can still be viewed on our YouTube channel here.

JAPAN TOUR CANCELLED

As there is no foreseeable easing of international entry restrictions due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is with great regret that we have to announce the cancellation of our Japan tour scheduled for June 2021. This also means that the concerts at Festival Hall (Osaka) on June 21, as well as at Suntory Hall (Tokyo) on June 23, are cancelled. Discussions for the next visit to Japan will continue accordingly.