The 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic

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“The 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic” return to Daegu after two years. From Bach to Piazzolla, listen to the graceful harmony of the 12 cellos on June 28, 2018 (7:30 pm) at the Daegu Concert House Grand Hall.


“We are happy to be back and look forward to sharing our passion for music with you!” – 12 cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic

You can guarantee that the words Berlin Philharmonic are synonymous with excellent music.

Back in 2016, the 12 cellists held a successful solo show in Daegu that showcased various ensembles based on the theme “From Paris to Buenos Aires”. This time around, they aim to enthrall audiences with their harmonies and passionate spirits. Created by the fingertips of Karayan.

 

The Existing Ensemble “The 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic”

The 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic began in 1972, with then music director Herbert von Karajan pulling the strings and Rudolf Weinsheimer as a member of the cellos. A radio production of Julius Klengel’s Hymnus for 12 members helped start a long and storied history of excellence.

The “12 cellists” haven’t just been pushing the boundaries of instruments like the cello, they’ve been providing a unique blueprint to the world of music for over 40 years.

On the first Monday of Easter Week in 1974, Karajan and his cellists received acclaim for their performances at the crowded Mozarteum of Salzburg from both critics and audiences. Thanks to this enthusiastic reaction, the “12 cellists” began performing regularly and expanding their ever-growing repertoire.

In 1978, they appeared on German television, performing songs like The Beatles’ “Yesterday” and “St. Louis Blues”. Since then, the “12 cellists” have produced a wide range of music from jazz to classical while continuing to perform on broadcasts.

Media outlets like the “Frankfurt am Maine Zeitung” have described the “12 cellists” as artists that “surpass the traditional bounds of cello performances.” The “12 cellists” haven’t just been pushing the boundaries of instruments like the cello, they’ve been providing a unique blueprint to the world of music for over 40 years.

Tickets: R section 70,000 KRW/ S section 50,000 KRW/ A section 30,000 KRW/ H section 20,000 KRW/ Student discount 10,000 KRW

Booking Info: Concerthouse.daegu.go.kr

Ticket Link: 1588-7890

Contact Info: 053-250-1400 (Extension number 1)

 

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