Mozart: Zaide

Next Sunday Concert: 20 January 2019. With Rinaldo Alessandrini.

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"Fuoco di gioia!"

Famous opera choirs by Verdi, Wagner, Puccini and others on Sunday, 3 February 2019.

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Simone Rubino

Concert videos of the welcoming concert with our Artist in Residence.

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The season 2018/2019

Have a look at the upcoming concerts!

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MUSIC TO MAKE YOUR SPINE TINGLE

Because hardly anything can touch us as deeply as good music.

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News

Ivan Repusic (c) Lisa Hinder

PRINCIPAL CONDUCTOR Ivan Repušić

At the beginning of the 2017/2018 season Ivan Repušić became principal conductor of the Munich Radio Orchestra.

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Simone Rubino (c) Marco Borggreve

Simone Rubino – Artist in Residence

The percussionist Simone Rubino is the artist in residence at the Munich Radio Orchestra for the 2018/2019 season. He will be performing three concerts with the orchestra.

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MUNICH RADIO ORCHESTRA WINS TWO AWARDS

Sensational coup for the Munich Radio Orchestra: two CD recordings with Véronique Gens have won the 2018 International Classical Music Award (ICMA): Proserpine by Camille Saint-Saëns (cond. Ulf Schirmer) and Visions with arias by Bizet, Halévy, Massenet and others (cond. Hervé Niquet).

 

Munich Radio Orchestra

Over the course of more than 65 years of history the Munich Radio Orchestra has developed to an ensemble with a wideranging artistic spectrum. Concert performances of operas featuring renowned vocal soloists at Sunday Concerts and the “Paradisi gloria” series presenting sacred music from the 20th and 21st centuries, children’s and young people’s concerts with supplementary educational programs, entertaining theme evenings called “Wednesdays at 7:30” and music from film scores. Proof that the Munich Radio Orchestra has its hand on the pulse of the times can be found in the regularly recurring crossover programs linking classics and pop.

More about the Munich Radio Orchestra

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