Gewinnt ein Picknick auf dem schönsten Klassik-Open-Air Berlins

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Berlins heiße Sommerwochenenden sind nicht nur zum Genießen von Seen und Freibädern da. Auch die Berliner Kulturszene trägt dazu bei, das bei diesem Sommer bis aufs letzte i-Tüpfelchen alles grandios wird.

So steht eines der bekanntesten Klassik-Open-Airs vor der Tür. Bei Staatsoper für Alle, dem Jahreshighlight der Staatsoper unter den Linden, wird kommendes Wochenende der ganze Bebelplatz zum Zuschauersaal erklärt. Unter freiem Himmel und umgeben von majestätischer Architektur dürfen alle Berliner und Berlin-Besucher Konzerte der Extraklasse einfach so umsonst erleben.

Um das eh schon einzigartige Erlebnis abzurunden, haben wir gemeinsam mit der Staatsoper kooperiert und wollen hiermit ein exklusives Picknick an die Leser von iHeartBerlin verlosen. 3×2 Gewinner dürfen mit uns bei einem leckeren Sektbrunch am Samstag den 16. Juni, die Klänge der Staatskapelle dirigiert von Daniel Barenboim lauschen.

Schon fast eine halbe Million Zuschauer waren bei Staatsoper für Alle. Die Idee hinter diesem Happening, was bereits zum 12. mal stattfindet, ist es klassische Musik zum kollektiven sozialen Erlebnis werden zu lassen. Dank der Unterstützung von BMW kann dies für alle Zuschauer ohne Eintrittspreis ermöglicht werden.

Wenn ihr an der Verlosung teilnehmen wollt, hinterlasst bitte bis Donnerstag den 14. Juni 2018 ein Kommentar mit dem Namen eures liebsten Klassik-Musikstück.

Samstag, 16. Juni 2018, Beginn 12:00 Uhr
Open-Air-Konzert der Staatskapelle Berlin
Dirigent: Daniel Barenboim
Gioacchino Rossini OUVERTÜRE zu IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA
Claude Debussy IBERIA aus IMAGES POUR ORCHESTRE
Igor Strawinsky LE SACRE DU PRINTEMPS

Sonntag, 17. Juni 2018, Beginn 18:00 Uhr
Opern-Live-Übertragung von Giuseppe Verdis MACBETH
mit Plácido Domingo, Anna Netrebko u.a.
Dirigent: Daniel Barenboim

Claudio by
on Juni 11th, 2018
updated on Juni 11th, 2018
in Events, Musik
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88 Responses to “Gewinnt ein Picknick auf dem schönsten Klassik-Open-Air Berlins”

  1. Daisy Hilbrands Says:

    Sous le dôme épais always moved me

  2. Sech Says:

    Hola! My absolute fave is: Tchaikovsky Symphony 6 Pathetique

  3. Arina Francke Says:

    Ravel “Bolero” – to name just one!

  4. Chris Says:

    Johann Sebastian Bach – “Zion Hört Die Wächter Singen“ BWV 140 Mov. 4

  5. James Patock Says:

    Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1

  6. Caroline B. Says:

    Richard Wagner – Siegfried Idyll <3
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=891JUSQplzU&t=39s

  7. Lucija Says:

    Sergei Sergejewitsch Prokofjew: Romeo and Julia

  8. Marcel Says:

    B.Briten „War Requiem“

  9. Hildegard Heinemanne Says:

    My favourite is:
    Verdi: Overture (Preludio) Of Macbeth

  10. Keith Says:

    Stravinsky – Firebird Suite !!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erOEatu5aH8

  11. Jo Barber Says:

    Holst’s The Planets

  12. Claudia Tessier Says:

    Queen of the Night aria from The Magic Flute by Mozart.

  13. Tim Says:

    Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto no.2 op.18

    amazing thing

  14. Nadine M Says:

    Die kleine Nachtmusik

  15. Caroline Says:

    Basically all songs from Pjotr Iljitsch Tschaikowski’s the Nutcracker, Op. 71 but the Miniature Overture has a very positive intro into the whole ballet

  16. Eldad Eitan Says:

    Love some of the modern stuff like
    Richard Reed Parry – Music For Heart And Breath | Heart And Breath Sextet

  17. Alex Eccleston Says:

    Henry Purcell – Dido & Aeneas – Dido’s Lament (When I am laid in earth)

  18. Ethan Says:

    Gustav Holst – The Planets

  19. Nia Says:

    I simply LOVE „Ein Sommernachtstraum“ from Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy.

  20. Katharina Moller-Racke Says:

    I ♥️ „die Zauberflöte“ von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. If I would win I would take my nephew to the concert to the concert to show him how emotional classic music can be

  21. Louisa Says:

    Maurice Ravel -Pavane pour une infante défunte
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLnvx__4dj0

  22. Laura Says:

    Antonín Dvořák: Serenade for strings in E major <3

  23. carmenski Says:

    vivaldi – 4 jahreszeiten – der winter <3

  24. carmenski Says:

    odlie but goldie: vivaldi – die 4 jahreszeiten; insbesondere der winter <3

  25. Jo Says:

    Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture. Heard it for the first time when I was five. It still makes me feel the same way today.

  26. Carlo Says:

    Must go with Mahler’s 8th Symphony, just absolute beauty!

  27. Beate Freitag Says:

    Nuit d’hymnee aus romeo et juliette von gounod. Da bekomme ich gänsehaut

  28. Carlo Says:

    Ill have to go with Mahler’s 8th Symphony, that piece is just absolute beauty for me. I would take my girlfriend to the brunch, so I hope that I can gey two tickets!

  29. Michael Says:

    Despite being a Wagnerianer, I would like to have Mahler’s Rückert-Lieder and especially „Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen“ being sung at my funeral. And oh, why not „Isoldes Liebestod“ as well…

  30. Sabine Says:

    Prokoviev: Romeo und Julia

  31. D.M.Daniel Says:

    Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.

  32. carolina schomer Says:

    (Saudades das Selvas Brasileiras No.2 – Heitor Villa Lobos, Nelson Freire)

    „Saudade“ ia a brazilian word that means you miss somone, or something from your land. Impossible to listen and not remember Brazil <3

  33. Stephanie Says:

    Jerusalem – Sir Hubert Parry

  34. Karen Says:

    Piano Sonata no. 14 in C-Sharp Minor, Beethoven

  35. Julia Correia Says:

    Cello Suites Bach Gespielt von Pablo Casals

    https://youtu.be/KX1YtvFZOj0

  36. Julia Correia Says:

    Cello Suites Bach bei Pablo Casals

    https://youtu.be/KX1YtvFZOj0

  37. Nicole Says:

    Léo Delibes – Lakmé – Blumenduett

  38. Anna Maltzahn Says:

    Das Requiem in d-Moll (KV 626) von Mozart – Es ist so schön, dass ich jedesmal denke mein Herz bleibt stehen.

  39. ece Says:

    Franz Schubert-Schwanengesang, D.957: IV.Ständchen

  40. Vesna Says:

    Tristan und Isolde, Liebestod
    Wagner

  41. Larissa Meckelburg Says:

    Vivaldi’s Four Seasons is baroque, not classical so it doesn’t count, but that’s my favourite. Favourite classical piece has to be Mozart’s legendary Eine kleine Nachtmusik. 🙂

  42. Sabine Says:

    Mozart: Violinkonzerte

  43. Mirthe Says:

    Today it’s the second movement of Ravel’s string quartet, tomorrow morning it might be Bach’s Chaconne. On weekends it’s definitely the Sacre, especially when paired with sparkling wine.

  44. Gustavo Iturbe Says:

    I have always loved the Piano Quintet in E flat major, Op. 44 from Robert Schumann. It’s a balm for my heart. Nevertheless, my mexican soul will always surrender to Malinconia from Manuel M. Ponce. Please, make me weekend!

  45. Paulo de Melo Says:

    The last performance of klaus Nomi’s, knowing that was it’s last due AIDS, at Eberhard Schoener’s Classic Rock Night in Munich, near his home place, the Aria of the „Cold Genius“ from Henry Purcell’s 1691 opera „King Arthur or, The British Worthy.“

  46. Paulo de Melo Says:

    Klaus Nomi’s last performance before his death, the Aria of the „Cold Genius“ from Henry Purcell’s 1691 opera „King Arthur or, The British Worthy.“

    https://youtu.be/C_A6IR58Htg

  47. Annika Lesem Says:

    Since my grandma always played it when I was a kid I think it is Rachmaninow: Piano Concerto no. 2 in C minor.

  48. Brian Gallagher Says:

    Dvorak 8 is very special for my wife & I. It is the piece we saw preformed in Chicago by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at their outdoor summer home (Ravinia) the night we got engaged. 6 years ago this summer.

  49. Roxana FLORES Says:

    My favorite oper is The Magic Flute by Mozart, but I love Verdu, Rossini and Puccini too!

  50. Vanessa Koutsulis Says:

    Beethoven‘s Sonata Pathétique, Op.13 is my favorite piece! After years of piano lessons and practicing as a child, this was the piece I performed at my last recital at age 17. 🌈🍀

  51. Begonia Says:

    Yasssss! My all time favorite is Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No.2, especially the 3rd movement!!

  52. Florentine Says:

    h-Moll-Messe by Johann Sebastian Bach, BWV 232, is heaven for me.

  53. Alex Says:

    Haydn „Die Schöpfung“

  54. Sandra Höhbauer Says:

    Nessun Dorma von Giacomo Puccini <3

  55. Elfie Says:

    Oh mio Babbino caro from Puccini’s opera Gianni Schicchi is one of my favorites.

  56. Michelle Spring Says:

    how does one choose!? Serenade for strings in E major by Antonín Dvořák. yes. or…um…actually…this is a tough question

  57. Michelle Says:

    this would be the most spectacular prize to win. Giuseppe Verdi – Libiamo ne’lieti calici

  58. Brian Says:

    Dvorak 8 has special meaning to us. We saw the Chicago Symphony Orchestra preform the piece the night we got engaged (6 years ago) at the CSO’s summer home, Ravinia.

  59. Tracy Alm Says:

    Violin concerto Tchaikovsky op 35!

  60. Logan Says:

    One of mine is „Also sprach Zarathustra“ by Richard Strauss because of its epic and indelible use in the opening Dawn of Man sequence in Kubrick’s „2001: A Space Odyssey“.

  61. Michelle Says:

    Giacomo Puccini, ‚Nessun Droma‘. But then also ‚O mio babbino caro‘. I adore Puccini operas <3

  62. Karlene Allen Says:

    „Die kleine Nachtmusik“. Please make my weekend!

  63. Ana Maria Ruge Says:

    Intermezzo Cavalleria Rusticana 🙂

  64. Kirill Milkus Says:

    Hello! 16. June is my birthday) I have a lot of favourite classical music pieces, but most of all I love Concierto de Aranjuez in Paco de Lucia performance. I also love S. Rachmaninov Prelude op. 23 no. 5 in G minor in a performance of Wladimir Ashkenazy.

  65. Gamze Farz Says:

    Giacomo Puccini- Nessun Droma obviously!!!

  66. Diana Says:

    Erik Satie – Gymnopédie No. 1

  67. Ryan Says:

    Carmina Burana – Carl Orff

  68. Cecilia Says:

    Bolero by Ravel because it is majestic!

  69. Olga Says:

    Peer Gynt Suites 🎶

  70. Kim Says:

    If I had to choose a favorite, I’d say Prokofiev’s Lt Kije Suite.

  71. Sebastian Carstens Says:

    For me it is Gustav Mahler with Symphony No. 9 in D Major: IV. Adagio. Sehr langsam und noch zurückhaltend

  72. Edurne Says:

    ❤️ Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen ♥️

  73. Gilbert Says:

    Tristan und Isolde by Richard Wagner

  74. Maria Kökenhoff Says:

    so many to choose from! Will go with Luigi Boccherini’s Minuetto

  75. David Knöner Says:

    Let’s go with 1812 by Tchaikovsky!

  76. martina foschini Says:

    my all time favorite piece is the ‚ode to joy‘. it makes me cry

  77. Mahmoud Kaabour Says:

    Staatsoper für Alle is one of my favorite events in the city. Tchaikovsky’s 5th would be my favorite, conducted by no other than Mr Barenboim 🙂

  78. Steffi Says:

    tchaikovsky, waltz of the flowers from the nutcracker <3

  79. Elisa Says:

    My favorite piece of music is definitely „Le sacre du Printemps“. When I saw the film „Coco & Igor“ I got an idea how revolutionary and scandalous this piece of music was. It still has an enormous power and I would really like to see it again. 💯🎶

  80. Ina Says:

    J.S.Bach Concerto in D Minor for two Violins (BW 1043)

  81. Juan Says:

    „Vier letzte Lieder“ von Richard Strauss!

  82. Lucie Says:

    My heart melts when I hear Schuberts Winterreise. ❄️💕🎶

  83. Doris Says:

    I loved listening to my dad play Chopin’s waltz in b minor

  84. Amelie Says:

    Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
    Claude Debussy is so beautiful.
    It would be so great if i could celebrate the 30th birthday with my friend Sophie an Saturday with a charming brunch picnic. 🍾🎯💯🎀

  85. Luciana Says:

    Staatsoper für Alle..that’s an amazing idea!!👏👏🎶🎼 Chopin nocturne E flat Major is one of my favourite!

  86. kat Says:

    Carl Orff’s „O Fortuna“ aus Carmina Burana .

  87. Peyman Says:

    Shostakovich- Waltz No. 2

  88. Susanna Says:

    There are a lot of pieces I like. One that I like a lot and listen to often is Antonin Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 in E minor ‚From the New World‘.

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