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Mitsuko Uchida

Sun 27 Oct

Palace Concert

Piano Recital Mitsuko Uchida

She is one of the most fascinating artist personalities of our times: Dame Mitsuko Uchida. Her sensitive…

Palace Concert

Piano Recital Mitsuko Uchida

She is one of the most fascinating artist personalities of our times: Dame Mitsuko Uchida. Her sensitive interpretations, brilliance and finely-honed instinct for sound have made the British artist with Japanese roots one of the most sought-after pianists in classical music. In Schubert’s music, Uchida, who has been described as »one of the world’s great Schubert interpreters« by »The New York Times« and is currently touring leading concert halls with her cycle of Schubert sonatas, finds an absolute »purity of feeling«. Her debut at the »Palace Concerts« features three of his sonatas, including the last one, which makes the entire emotional spectrum – from boundless joy to profound pain – compellingly audible.

Mitsuko Uchida – Piano

  • Franz Schubert: Sonata for Piano in A minor D. 537, Sonata for Piano in C major D. 840, Sonata for Piano in B flat major D. 960
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Mitsuko Uchioda [Piano]

  • 19:30
  • Kulturpalast (Concert Hall)
  • Ticket sales start on March 14, 10 am.
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Jan Vogler

Sun 17 Nov

Palace Concert

London Philharmonic Orchestra – Jurowski – Vogler

A dynamic and widely-acclaimed artistic partnership: Vladimir Jurowski and the London Philharmonic Orchestra have become…

Palace Concert

London Philharmonic Orchestra – Jurowski – Vogler

A dynamic and widely-acclaimed artistic partnership: Vladimir Jurowski and the London Philharmonic Orchestra have become synonymous with an outstanding level of instrumental performance, highly differentiated orchestral sound and intensely expressive interpretations. The British orchestra opens the evening with a musical calling-card from its homeland: under its chief conductor and with Jan Vogler as the soloist, Britten’s Symphony for Cello and Orchestra will be performed, a work which Mstislav Rostropovich, its dedicatee, considered »the best ever written for cello«. This is followed by Mahler’s overwhelming Fifth Symphony, a pillar of late romanticism, which not only marked a turning point in the composer’s oeuvre, but has remained one of his most popular creations to this day.

London Philharmonic Orchestra
Vladimir Jurowski – Conductor
Jan Vogler – Violoncello

  • Benjamin Britten: Symphony for Violoncello and Orchestra Op. 68
  • Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 5 in C sharp minor
  • 18:00
  • Kulturpalast (Concert Hall)
  • Ticket sales start on March 14, 10 am.
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Berliner Philharmonierk und Kirill Petrenko

Fri 21 Feb

Palace Concert

Berlin Philharmonic & Kirill Petrenko

All the world is curious about the musical liaison between the Berlin Philharmonic and Kirill Petrenko. The Dresden…

Palace Concert

Berlin Philharmonic & Kirill Petrenko

All the world is curious about the musical liaison between the Berlin Philharmonic and Kirill Petrenko. The Dresden Music Festival is all the more delighted to welcome the elite orchestra and its new chief conductor to Dresden as part of their first German tour. At the Kulturpalast, the musicians serve up an evening of fascinating contrasts, starting dramatically with Brahms’ »Tragic Overture«. Bernd Alois Zimmermann’s ballet music »Alagoana« with its Brazilian flair is an expressive work in which reminiscences of Stravinsky’s »Sacre« and Ravel’s »Bolero« occasionally float by. Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances, which are performed in the second half of the concert, are considered his symphonic legacy, a work in which the Russian composer in his American exile took stock of his (musical) life.

Berliner Philharmoniker
Kirill Petrenko – Conductor

  • Igor Stravinsky: Symphony in Three Movements
  • Bernd Alois Zimmermann: »Alagoana«
  • Sergej Rachmaninow: Symphonic Dances Op. 45
  • 19:30
  • Kulturpalast (Concert Hall)
  • Ticket sales start on March 14, 10 am.
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Renée Fleming

Wed 25 Mar

Palace Concert

Song recital with Renée Fleming & Evgeny Kissin

A high-carat summit meeting awaits the audience when the American star soprano Renée Fleming, who is known and praised…

Palace Concert

Song recital with Renée Fleming & Evgeny Kissin

A high-carat summit meeting awaits the audience when the American star soprano Renée Fleming, who is known and praised for her warm, expressive and versatile voice around the world, and the piano virtuoso Evgeny Kissin, one of the outstanding artists of his generation, share the stage for the first time. At a select few concert halls – Dresden’s Kulturpalast among them – the world-class duo presents a unique song recital featuring works by the romanticists Brahms and Strauss and the French impressionist Debussy. This unique meeting of two living legends, both celebrated for their artistry around the globe, is most definitely an event to look forward to.

Renée Fleming – Soprano
Evgeny Kissin – Piano

  • Songs by Claude Debussy, Henry Duparc, Franz Liszt and Franz Schubert
  • 20:00
  • Kulturpalast (Concert Hall)
  • Ticket sales start on March 14, 10 am.
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Dresden Music Festival Customer Service

Ticketservice at the Kulturpalast
Schloßstraße 2 | 01067 Dresden
Mon to Fri: 10 am – 7 pm, Sat: 9 am – 2 pm

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Group Booking (more than 10 persons)

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Booking Fees

A postage charge of 3 € (5 € if you take 7 tickets or more) will be added to tickets shipped to you. A service charge of 1.50 € is applied to tickets ordered online, by phone or by mail. A surcharge of 1.50 € per ticket applies to group bookings (10 or more persons).

Price Reductions

The following discounts are available for selected performances (excluding cooperation concerts). Proof of discount entitlement must be presented at the counter. Different types of discounts cannot be combined. Please show valid verification unasked at the entrance.

There is a 50 % discount for severely disabled persons (certified as at least 80 % disabled) and their registered escort, Dresden Pass holders, and recipients of long-term unemployment benefits and benefits of chap. 3 and 4 SGB XII and the German Social Welfare Law for Asylum-Seekers.

There is a 25 % discount for school and university students, apprentices, and those performing compulsory military or a voluntary year of social service. The above mentioned persons can also purchase LAST-MINUTE-TICKETS for performances that are not sold out for a price of 9 € per ticket, starting 20 minutes prior to the concert.
There is also a 25 % discount for Dresdner Ehrenamtspass holders on specifically marked performances.

Children's tickets: Separately declared tickets forchildren are available until the age of 14.

For COOPERATION CONCERT marked performances, prices and reductions of the cooperation partners apply. There is only a limited amount of tickets available.

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Further Ticket Agencies

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01069 Dresden
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01099 Dresden
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Dresden Information near by the Frauenkirche

Neumarkt 2
01067 Dresden
Tel +49 (0)351 – 50 15 01

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Tel +49 (0)351 – 840 42 002
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Gift Certificates

Unforgettable musical highlights and atmospheric Festival moments – sounds like the ideal present. A gift certificate is the perfect way to share the magic of the Dresden Music Festival.

Booking Conditions

Gift certificates for the Dresden Music Festival’s own productions are available in any denomination. They may be purchased and redeemed in person at the Customer Service of the Dresden Music Festival, by mail, by email or online at this website. Please note that gift certificates can only be used for concerts which are not sold out. Any balance remainig will be retained; but it cannot be refunded in cash. Gift certificates are valid for three years.

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Visitor Program

Visitor Program »Zugabe«

Visitor Program »Zugabe«

»Zugabe« – One Card Many Benefits

The visitor program of the Dresden Music Festival provides many exclusive benefits surrounding the performances and the ticket booking for our festival audiences. Everybody can join it! If you book tickets for at least three performances within the festival season, you enjoy a 10 % discount (15 % in the fourth year) on these and all further tickets as well as special offers of selected cooperation partners.