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Staatskapelle Berlin & Daniel Barenboim

Zorlu Performing Arts Center

The Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts hosts the great maestro Daniel Barenboim with one of the world's oldest and most eminent orchestras, Staatskapelle Berlin, at the Zorlu Center PAC on Thursday, 15 May.

Staatskapelle Berlin's long-time affiliation with Wagner's works was crowned with a Grammy Award for the Tannhauser album they recorded with Barenboim conducting. The orchestra will be playing two excerpts from Wagner's "Tristan and Isolde", which they had first played back in 1876 under the baton of the composer himself. This concert will also feature Wagner's "The Mastersingers of Nuremberg Overture", as well as the "2nd Symphony" by Elgar.

"The audience response at the close of this extraordinary Proms performance founded on Daniel Barenboim's conducting of the Staatskapelle Berlin suggested that cumulative expectations - already high - had in fact been exceeded," reads the review in the Guardian (29 July 2013), giving a clue on what to expect in this concert, which will definitely be a highlight of the season in Turkey.

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Thursday, 15 May, 20:30
Zorlu Center Performing Arts Center

Staatskapelle Berlin
Daniel Barenboim, conductor

Richard Wagner, Vorspiel from Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
Richard Wagner, Vorspiel and Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde
Edward Elgar, Symphony No.2 in E flat Major, op. 63

110' inc. interval.

Tickets are available through Biletix sales channels and the main box office at IKSV (open from 10 am to 6 pm, except Sundays)

• 375 TL (1st category)
• 300 TL (2nd category)
• 250 TL (3rd category)
• 180 TL (4th category)
• 140 TL (5th category)
• 90 TL (6th category)
• 50 TL (student)