The German National Orchester leaded by its conductor Michael Zukernik presents the topnotch programme for festive winter time in a wonderful ambience of Philharmonie in Berlin.
The concert offers a combination of traditional Jewish music together with classical melodies. The famous pianist, prize-winner of the Tchaikovsky competition, Andrei Gavrilov takes care of the evening’s spirits. He plays the masterpiece of classical music, The Piano Concerto No. 1 in b-Minor, Op. 23, composed by Pyotr Tchaikovsky .
Several highlights and surprises are prepared for our guests that evening, such as the performance of the world-renowned Jewish singer Avraham Fried.
The crowning moment of the evening will be the haunting Symphony No. 5 in c-Moll Op. 67 by Ludwig van Beethoven. His Symphony No. 5 was subjected to countless interpretations, whereas the composer himself described its first part as “fate knocking on the door”.