Welcome to the »Walking Concert with the Rundfunkchor Berlin«

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»Geistliches Lied« op. 30 von Johannes Brahms

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Together with the initiative »Zusammen sind wir Park« we transform your walk into a sound experience!

»Geistliches Lied«

by Johannes Brahms

for mixed choir and string orchestra (arr.: Sir Eliot Gardiner)

• Conductor: Gijs Leenaars

• Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester Berlin

• The recording is taken from the CD “Brahms” (Sony Music 2018)

All sound stations at a glance:

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Starting at the bottom right, then clockwise
  1.  »Geistliches Lied« op. 30 by Johannes Brahms
  2.  »Kyrie« from the »Mass No. 2 in E minor« by Anton Bruckner
  3.  »Sanctus« from the »Mass No. 2 in E minor« by Anton Bruckner
  4.  »Drei Gesänge« op. 42 by Johannes Brahms
  5.  »Schicksalslied« by Johannes Brahms
  6.  »Es tönt ein voller Harfenklang« by Johannes Brahms
  7.  »Sommer« and »Herbst« from »Tag des Jahrs« by Kaija Saariaho
  8.  »Die Aussicht« from »Hälfte des Lebens« by Jörg Schneider
  9.  »Der Abend« by Richard Strauss


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About the »Walking Concert«

The importance of developing contemporary forms of performance in the cultural sector is growing, not only due to the pandemicevents. Innovative models that work beyond enclosed spaces and large gatherings of people are in demand.

»Walking Concert with Rundfunkchor Berlin« invites you to experience the ensemble in a venue that is not yet known: In the parks of Berlin. With the help of QR codes, we are taking the music by the Rundfunkchor out of concert halls and placing it directly in Berlin’s urban greenery. After scanning the QR code, it opens a link to a new piece of music. There is no set route or dramaturgy, so it is entirely up to you to explore the musical diversity of the Rundfunkchor on your own and discover it for yourself along the audio stations.

This project was developed in cooperation with the initiative »Zusammen sind wir Park« (“Together we are a park”) of the Senate Department for the Environment, Traffic and Climate Protection and Deutschlandfunk Kultur. Together we are committed to foster respect, appreciation and the responsible use of Berlin’s urban green spaces among its citizens.

More about the project

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