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Get access to a broad range of classical concert streams – from piano recitals and chamber music sessions to orchestra and opera performances. Exclusively produced live on tape or premiered on DG Stage. Performed by superstars from Deutsche Grammophon’s extended family of artists and beyond. See calendar below for details and tickets. And stay up to date with our newsletter.

UPCOMING CONCERTS
12.07.2020 20:00 (CEST)
Kian Soltani Performs Cello Classics - ICONIC MOMENTS ON STAGE
Together with his long-term piano partner Aaron Pilsan, Kian Soltani performs a wide-ranging recital of music, from Schubert and Dvořák to Shostakovich and Piazzolla. The concert at Berlin’s Meistersaal centres around the iconic Shostakovich Cello Sonata and Piazzolla’s all-time favourite “Le grand tango”.
16.07.2020 20:00 (CEST)
“Serenata Latina” – Rolando Villazón and Xavier de Maistre Perform Latin American songs - GREAT VOICES LIVE ON STAGE
At the beautiful Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens, Rolando Villazón partners with star French harpist Xavier de Maistre for a concert of intimate arrangements of Latin American songs for tenor and harp. Latin American song-writing, where indigenous, European and African cultures meet, offers a tantalising collage of sounds, rhythm, melody and narrative.
19.07.2020 20:00 (CEST)
Benjamin Bernheim Celebrates French song - GREAT VOICES LIVE ON STAGE
A month ahead of his highly anticipated Salzburg debut with “Les nuits d’été”, Benjamin Bernheim performs Berlioz’s cycle on DG Stage alongside songs by Duparc, Gounod and Hahn, accompanied on the piano by Carrie-Ann Matheson. Hailed by critics as “the major French lyric tenor the opera world is longing for”, Bernheim shows how at home he is in his native repertoire.
24.07.2020 20:00 (CEST)
Ludovico Einaudi Open Air at the Waldbühne, Berlin - ICONIC MOMENTS ON STAGE
It started as just another warm night, back in June 2017 at the Waldbühne, Berlin. But when Ludovico Einaudi started to play, it became a Midsummer Night’s dream for everyone there. That unforgettable concert, in which he performed music from his album “Elements” as well as further repertoire, is available here as a world premiere for a global audience.
30.07.2020 20:00 (CEST)
Anna Netrebko Stars as Tosca - GREAT VOICES LIVE ON STAGE
Following her success as Elsa (“Lohengrin”), Aida, Lady Macbeth and Turandot, Anna Netrebko has continued her move into the dramatic operatic repertoire, making her debut as Tosca in 2018. Watch her here in a new open-air performance of Puccini’s compelling opera staged at the Piazza del Plebiscito in Naples for the Teatro San Carlo. Netrebko is joined by Yusif Eyvazov as Cavaradossi and Ludovic Tézier as Scarpia.
31.07.2020 20:00 (CEST)
L’été de Beethoven (1/4): Symphonies Nos. 2 & 4 – Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal, Yannick Nézet-Séguin - ICONIC MOMENTS ON STAGE
Beethoven compose sa deuxième symphonie alors qu'il se résigne : sa surdité est incurable. Mais ce qu'on y entend, c'est l'éclat, l'énergie d'un artiste qui sait qu'il a tout à donner, et désormais rien à perdre. Raffinée, la quatrième symphonie ne manque pas d'impressionner par son exceptionnelle démonstration d'inspiration et de maîtrise.

Beethoven composed Symphony No. 2 while coming to terms with his incurable deafness. But what comes through is a spark and energy from an artist who knew that he had everything to give, and nothing else to lose. Refined, Symphony No. 4 is nothing short of impressive thanks to its exceptional inspiration and mastery.
07.08.2020 20:00 (CEST)
L’été de Beethoven (2/4): Symphonies Nos. 5 & 6 – Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal, Yannick Nézet-Séguin - ICONIC MOMENTS ON STAGE
Pa-pa-pa-pam : quatre notes qui symbolisent le style symphonique de Beethoven. La cinquième symphonie entraîne l'auditeur dans un torrent complexe mais limpide, comme une excitante montagne russe. Dans la sixième symphonie, intitulée Pastorale, on suit Beethoven, marcheur notoire, à la découverte de ruisseaux, fêtes de villages, orages et chants de bergers.

Da-da-da-dum: these are the four notes that symbolize Beethoven's symphonic style. Symphony No. 5 takes the listener on a symphonic roller coaster ride. In Symphony No. 6, also known as the "Pastoral," the listener joins Beethoven on one of his famous walks to discover streams, village festivals, storms and shepherds' songs.
14.08.2020 20:00 (CEST)
L’été de Beethoven (3/4): Symphonies Nos. 7 & 8 – Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal, Yannick Nézet-Séguin - ICONIC MOMENTS ON STAGE
Imposante et majestueuse, la septième symphonie est faite de coups de tonnerre, de sombres passages, de mélodies folkloriques et d'éclats de lumière. Si l'on est parfois tenté de qualifier la huitième symphonie de légère, ses frictions harmoniques, son absence de mouvement lent et son volumineux dernier mouvement en font plutôt une œuvre expérimentale.

Imposing and majestic, Symphony No. 7 has thunderbolts, dark passages, folk melodies and rays of light. While it can be tempting to describe Symphony No. 8 as lightweight, its harmonic friction, lack of a slow movement and hefty last movement make it more of an experimental work.
21.08.2020 20:00 (CEST)
L’été de Beethoven (4/4): Symphonies Nos. 1 & 3 – Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal, Yannick Nézet-Séguin - ICONIC MOMENTS ON STAGE
La première symphonie de Beethoven s'inscrit dans la tradition classique, mais avec des contrastes et une certaine insolence qui laissent présager la révolution à venir. Deux accords, fiers et braves, brisent le silence pour donner le ton de la grandiose troisième symphonie « Eroica », à la fois cathartique et mobilisatrice.

Beethoven's Symphony No. 1 is firmly rooted in the classical tradition, but features contrasts and a hint of insolence that forecasts what's to come. Two proud and brave chords break the silence and set the tone for Beethoven's great Symphony No. 3, "Eroica," at once cathartic and revolutionary.