One of Europe’s premier orchestras is headed to the Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall. Over the course of Staatskapelle Berlin’s visit, conductor Daniel Barenboim will chronologically survey all of Anton Bruckner’s nine symphonies—a Carnegie Hall first. Depending on which day you attend, you may hear Bruckner’s “Romantic” symphony paired with a Mozart piano concerto, or the 18th-century sinfonia concertante, by Mozart, paired with Bruckner’s exultant Symphony No. 7.
On select evenings, attendees can participate in pre-concert talks with music professors. Tickets begin at $22, and are available at carnegiehall.org.