Gustav Mahler

Military music and trumpet calls, the sounds of nature and cow bells, funeral march and wooden mallet – there is hardly any kind of music or any instrument missing from the symphonies of Gustav Mahler (born on July 7, 1860 in the Czech town of...  more

Symphony No. 3 in D minor

"My symphony will be something the world has never heard before,” wrote Gustav Mahler in 1896 shortly before completing his Third Symphony. To this day, in fact, this symphony remains a daunting challenge to the monumental orchestra – not to mention...

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Kent Nagano, conductor

Kent Nagano is renowned for interpretations of clarity, elegance and intelligence. He is equally at home in music of the classical, romantic and contemporary eras, introducing concert and opera audiences throughout the world to new and rediscovered...  more

Elisabeth Kulman, alto

Elisabeth Kulman is one of today’s most sought-after singers and leading authorities in the international classical music scene. She impresses audiences and critics alike with her rich, colourful timbre, her charismatic stage personality and her...  more

Augsburger Domsingknaben, musical production: Reinhard Kammler

Die Pflege hochkarätiger musica sacra für die Liturgie an der Augsburger Kathedrale ist die Grundlage für den konstanten Erfolg von Domkapellmeister Reinhard Kammler und seinen Augsburger Domsingknaben im internationalen Musikbetrieb. Dirigenten wie...  more

The Ladies of the Munich Philharmonic Chorus, musical production: Andreas Herrmann

The Munich Philharmonic Choral Society can look back a more than 100 years of history. It was launched in 1895 by Franz Kaim, who also founded the Munich Philharmonic, and that self-same year, it gave its first concert, featuring Georg Friedrich...  more