Join Gustavo Dudamel and the Berlin Philharmonic in the Digital Concert Hall at 8:00pm (Berlin Time) on February 2, when their performance from the German capital's Philharmonie will be streamed online worldwide. You can experience the Digital Concert Hall free of charge by using the promotion code DUDAMEL79X (restrictions apply). Use the code to watch Gustavo's concert live at 8:00pm (Berlin Time) and to enjoy Gustavo's past performances with the orchestra in the Digital Concert Hall's video archive.
Access with the promotion code is only available on Saturday and Sunday, February 2 & 3, and is limited to the first 1,000 users on a first-come, first-served basis.
Gustavo's performances with the Berlin Philharmonic run from January 31 to February 3... More here>>
From one of Gustavo's Digital Concert Hall performances
“I waited a long time to conduct this symphony”, says Gustavo. “It embodies all the deep, personal dualities at the heart of Mahler’s music: life and death, love and fear, hope and despair. It is a very special kind of music – breathtaking . . . perfect.” Gustavo's new recording is now available in Germany and the UK, with forthcoming releases in Australia (February 8), the United States (February 19), and France (March 18). Order the album here.
SANTO DOMINGO CONCERTS WITH BOLÍVARS
This February, Gustavo reunites with the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela for two concerts at the Teatro Nacional Eduardo Brito in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. For their first performance on February 6, Gustavo and the Bolívars offer a program of Latin American and French sounds: Venezuelan composer Evencio Castellano's Santa Cruz de Pacairigua and Silvestre Revueltas's La noche de los Mayas alongside the second suite from Ravel's Daphnis et Chloe. On February 7, Gustavo and the Bolívars perform Mahler's magnificent Fifth Symphony.