Deutsche Grammophon has established a new Berlin-based audio-visual series of chamber concerts, presenting solo piano, songs and ensemble works. Episodes recorded so far feature Daniel Barenboim performing in the Pierre Boulez Saal, and Seong-Jin Cho, Andreas Ottensamer, Anna Prohaska, Avi Avital and Albrecht Mayer performing in the legendary Meistersaal.
Daniel and Michael Barenboim Perform Mozart Violin Sonatas
The Yellow Label and its conductors and soloists have always recorded with the world’s top orchestras. We start with three concerts from an iconic orchestra with whom DG has enjoyed a long creative relationship – the Berlin Philharmonic.
Andris Nelsons conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker in Bruckner’s Third
Yellow Lounge is an original live format created which gives artists the chance to perform in intimate and unusual urban venues where audiences sit or stand just feet from the stage. Yellow Lounge’s club-night atmosphere is enhanced by visual sets from VJs, designed to heighten the concert experience.
Alice Sara Ott’s and Mischa Maisky’s magical collaboration
Behind-the-scenes films offer a fascinating insight into the lives of great musicians – a chance to learn more about who they are and how they work. Among the first portraits are Daniil Trifonov, as he records both Chopin piano concertos, and Lithuanian conductor Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla.
DG has produced truly extraordinary one-off concerts. We launch this section with the unique open-air gala in Beijing’s Forbidden City, featuring Daniil Trifonov with Rachmaninov and Long Yu conducting “Carmina Burana”, Yuja Wang’s superb “Berlin Recital” and Jan Lisiecki play-conducting Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto.
Nadine Sierra & Benjamin Bernheim star in Massenet’s Manon