Classical Music in Bavaria
Tours of courtly residences and castles by the Munich Radio Orchestra.
In order to protect our audience members and musicians from a possible infection with the Coronavirus, the Bayerischer Rundfunk is canceling all concerts presented by its orchestras, choir and the musica viva from now through Sunday, April 19, 2020. Purchased tickets will be refunded. You can find all details about the reimbursement of your tickets here.
After two highly successful seasons with Ivan Repušić as principal conductor of the Munich Radio Orchestra, Bavarian Radio and the conductor have decided to extend his contract to the end of the 2023 season.
Triumphs and defeats, affairs and familiar harmonies, illusions and bitter reality. The Munich Radio Orchestra demonstrate the entire range of concertante music for the lyric stage with an excellent cast of solo singers.
The series for all who are open to different styles, but definitely want one thing: To listen to music that is entertaining, fascinating and gripping!
Spiritual music of our time – resounding in the spectacularly modern nave of the Herz-Jesu-Kirche.
The Swiss-French flautist Emmanuel Pahud is the artist in residence at the Munich Radio Orchestra for the 2019/2020 season. He was appointed principal flute with the Berlin Philharmonic when only 22 years old. Now he will be performing four concerts with the orchestra.
Founded in 1952, the Munich Radio Orchestra can look back on a 65-year history during which it has evolved into an ensemble with a vast artistic range and a versatility that ensures its place in Munich’s orchestral landscape.
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.