Bremer Philharmoniker

The Orchestra for Bremen

Bremer Philharmoniker

Philharmonic concert or opera, charity concert or educational programme, chamber music or crossover-project - the Bremer Philharmoniker covers a wide range of musical events in their activities, thus forming a leading institution in the musical landscape of North-West Germany.

This orchestra has one of the longest traditions in the world with its roots dating back nearly 200 years ago. Today the Bremer Pilharmoniker are present have a great presence in the City of Bremen almost every day.

Bremer Philharmoniker has three subscription series: with a total number of 26th concerts, five afterwork-concerts, a chamber music cycle and many special concerts and events making an average number of 70 concert performances each per season. In addition, more than 160 opera performances are played in the Theater Bremen.

Internationally acclaimed soloists such as Frank Peter Zimmermann, Dame Felicity Lott, Mischa Maisky, Isabelle van Keulen, Lise de la Salle and conductors such as Andrea Marcon, Michel Plasson, Marko Letonja, Peter Schneider are regular guests of the orchestra and always enjoy working with the musicians. Last but not least, the tours of the orchestra, going to Estonia, and the Netherlands (Concertgebouw Amsterdam) and guest performances at Festivals such as Cuenca Festival, Spain and Niedersächsische Musiktage underline the high artistic quality of the orchestra.