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This summer, The Ravinia Festival Pavilion will come to life when the exceptionally talented German Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra will give a memorable performance on Brahms. Known all over the world by their native name, Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, this is an extraordinary instrumental ensemble of thirty-nine expert members displaying their skillful excellence in the sections of woodwind, brass, string and percussion instruments. Listen to some of Johannes Brahms most legendary compositions played live by a grand chamber orchestra by booking your German Chamber Philharmonic Tickets today.
It all began in 1980 when the two pioneering members, Richard Duven and Friederike Latzko organized an ensemble of music students in Berlin. Together they formed a democratically owned and controlled music group without a conductor. In the following three years, the group frequently got together and prepared orchestra programs to present to promoters.
Their first noteworthy performance was in 1983 when they performed at the United Nations. After this they were invited by Gidon Kremer to put on a show at the esteemed Lockenhaus Chamber Music Festival. In 1987 the ensemble received their professional status and eventually moved to Bremen. Here they acquired the name of Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie and established themselves as a medium-sized orchestra, specializing in combining the elements of philharmonic orchestra and chamber orchestra.
With the support of long-term funding from the Deutshe Bank and other agreements, the German Philharmonic presented their first series of concerts which were highly appreciated by the audience. This was followed by an orchestra recording and international tours.
Around this time, the group reached a mutual consensus to appoint a head conductor after which many prominent names of the industry joined them as Principal Guest Conductors and Head Conductors.
Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie increasingly expanded their horizons and soon created an off-shoot of Wind Soloists, which was a dedicated eight member group specialized in performing chamber orchestra. In the years that followed, the orchestras went on to become very successful and received many awards.
In their dedication to become a world-class orchestra, the members put their heart and soul into the music. They have especially been recognized for their immense attention to detail. While playing the legendary symphonies of Beethoven, Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms, the orchestra shows the passion to dig deeper to find the roots of precision, internalize the essence of music and then play it with pure dedication. With this each individual member is also given the freedom to celebrate their musical independence and express their own perspective of music. This is essentially what makes the German Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra what it is today.
Another essential element of the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie is their Grammy Award winning head conductor Paavo Järvi. This Estonian-American music genius joined the orchestra as an Artistic Director in 2004. Järvi's meticulous examination of musical works and his distinctive approach to music collaborates with the orchestra's energetic performance and results in a fine experience for the audience. This fantastic conductor-orchestra combination is here to stay.
Their exceptional international reputation has brought them a lot of critical and commercial acclaim. Their dedication paid off when they received the 'German Record Critic's Award' in 2010.
Many of the orchestra members have been recognized individually as well. Head Conductor Paavo Järvi won the 'Conductor of the Year' award, Janine Jansen won the 'Concert Recording of the Year' award and David Fray received the 'Instrumentalist of the Year' award at ECHO Awards.
The ensemble's members are fully committed to Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie but also display their expertise as solo-artists, teachers, professors and directors. Though, whenever they get together under the banner of the German Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra, they promise their audience the highest quality of 21st century music. Fans of the orchestra can book their German Chamber Philharmonic tickets today so that they do not miss out on this wonderful experience.