Here you can find the videos and recordings of our concerts of the last months.
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Jakub Hrůša conducts Brahms, Ligeti and Dvořák
Jakub Hrůša Conductor
Monday, March 13th, 8:00 p.m.
Johannes Brahms Symphonie Nr. 3 F-Dur op. 90
György Ligeti »Lontano«
Antonín Dvořák Symphonie Nr. 8 G-Dur op. 88
Tuesday, March 14th, 8:00 p.m.
Antonín Dvořák Symphonie Nr. 9 e-Moll op. 95 »Aus der Neuen Welt«
György Ligeti Poème Symphonique für 100 Metronome
Johannes Brahms Symphonie Nr. 4 e-Moll op. 98
The concert introduction takes place one hour before the start of each concert in the Joseph Keilberth Hall.
Chamber Concert of the Orchestra Academy
Wednesday, March 1st, 8:00 p.m., Bamberg
Members of the Joseph Keilberth Orchestra Academy
Members of the Bamberg Symphony
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Quintett für Klarinette und Streichquartett A-Dur KV 581, 1. Allegro
Michal Biedrzycki Three Movements for Marimba and Double Bass
Teppo Hauta-Aho Mikkos Menuett for Double Bass and Triangle
Franz Schubert Quartettsatz c-Moll, D 703
Gene Koshinski Get it!
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Konzertstück d-moll für Klarinette, Bassetthorn und Klavier Nr. 2 op. 114
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Streichquartett Nr. 3 in D-Dur, op. 44/1
Tickets for the concert in Bamberg are available in the Shop der Bamberger Symphoniker and online.
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- Subscription exchange tickets
- Sale of tickets for subscription, chamber, organ and family concerts
- Sale of tickets for special concerts
- Sale of tickets for the New Year's Eve concerts and the benefit concert
- Shipping of our season brochure
Bamberg Symphony Shop
Lange Str. 30
Phone + 49 951 - 99 39 10 99
Office hours: Mon-Sat 10am-3pm
BAMBERG DIARY #3
BAMBERG DIARY #3 - In Bamberg Zuhause
The new Bamberg Diary is out!
The Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, which normally gives guest performances on all continents, was forced to cancel all planned tours in 2020 and 2021. Nevertheless, photographer Andreas Herzau has once again succeeded in portraying the orchestra in an ingenious way whilst also creating a very special city guide in the third volume of the BAMBERG DIARY.
Available in the shop of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra and wherever books are available.
BRAHMS - DVOŘÁK
Awarded a Supersonic pizzicato prize in August 2022.
Johannes Brahms - Symphony No. 1 and 8 Hungarian Dances
Antonín Dvořák - Symphony No. 6
Johannes Brahms - Symphony No. 2
Antonín Dvořák - Symphony No. 7
Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Jakub Hrůša
Tudor Recording in Co-Production with BR Klassik, Tudor 1742 and 1741
"With Jakub Hrůša the beginning of the first movement is of directly magical sensuality. One has never heard it so tenderly, so sweetly, so transcendently."
"Hrůša also manages to create a great arc across all four movements; he leads the ravishingly musical Bamberg Symphony Orchestra with verve and brilliance through the work, whose importance, whose grandeur becomes particularly impressing through this interpretation."
(Remy Franck, Pizzicato)
Anton Bruckner: Symphony No. 4
Awarded with an International Classical Music Award 2022
3 versions + alternative movements and fragments
Bamberger Symphoniker, Jakub Hrůša
4 CDs // Accentus ACC30533
"The technical level and the dedication of the Bamberg Symphony together with Hrůša’s exceptional interpretation raise this Bruckner to the very highest level, not least because the recorded sound is equally outstanding."
"No one who claims to know his Bruckner should pass this box by."
(Remy Franck, Pizzicato)
HANS ROTT: SYMPHONY NO. 1
Awarded with the ICMA - International Classical Music Award
Hans Rott wrote his First Symphony - filled with groundbreaking musical ideas and a unique vision for how the symphony could develop - at a time when his younger schoolmate Mahler was barely getting started and his mentor Bruckner was stuggling through his middle period. Jakub Hrůša and the Bamberger Symphoniker present this masterpiece alongside works by Bruckner and Mahler, shining a new light on a work which deserves to sit at the centre of the symphonic repertoire.
The jury writes: "(...) their interpretation is so convincing that we can say that no one else has advocated Rott’s music as profoundly as the performers on this recording. Works by Bruckner and Mahler, who both admired Rott’s work, complete this superb CD."
Released by Deutsche Grammophon.
THE GERMAN RECORD CRITICS' AWARD FOR OUR MAHLER IV
Our Mahler 4 recording from summer 2020, conducted by our principal conductor Jakub Hrůša, and together with Anna Lucia Richter, has won the prestigious German Record Critics' Award! The prize is awarded for the best recordings of the past 18 months.
The jury described our recording as a "fine recording that exceeds all expectations" in its statement: "One experiences highly intelligent, skillfully shrewd music-making as from one cast. There is an immediate reaction, instrumentally optimal variations are offered. Hrůša shapes and indulges, but at the same time hears the ambiguous behind the beauty and intimacy, dares also the sarcastic, tenderly crude."
Published by accentus music (catalog number: ACC30532)