Philharmonia Orchestra Video Podcast
Podcast Host: Philharmonia Orchestra
Podcast Owner: Philharmonia
Podcast Location: London
Website: http://www.philharmonia.co.uk
Episodes: 70
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In our first video podcast. An interview with the Orchestra’s Principal Conductor, Christoph von Dohnányi, to mark the opening of his final season in the role. A backstage feature on the refurbished Royal Festival Hall, as the Orchestra returns to its London home for the new season. A Listening Guide to Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, presented by musician and animateur Luke Crookes.

Past Shows

12/13/2012 | Download File 21.55 MB -right click to download


Es ist ein ros entsprungen, arr. Roger Harvey. Performed by: Paul Sharp (trumpet), Mark Calder (trumpet), Katy Woolley (horn), Rebecca Smith (trombone), Pete Smith (tuba). Filmed at Le Méridien Piccadilly, Official Hotel Partner of the Philharmonia Orchestra. Send this as a digital Christmas card t

12/07/2012 | Download File 47.82 MB -right click to download


Orchestra Unwrapped is a major education initiative led by the Philharmonia Orchestra for Leicester and Basingstoke schoolchildren. Thousands of children aged 7-11 are given the opportunity to see a symphony orchestra and learn more about classical music in an engaging, funny and age-appropriate sho

12/21/2012 | Download File 71.04 MB -right click to download


In this extended feature, Principal Timpanist Andy "Thumper" Smith, described here by a fellow player as a "defining feature of the Philharmonia sound", looks back fondly on his 40 year journey with the Philharmonia Orchestra.

01/25/2013 | Download File 54.79 MB -right click to download


Pianist Peter Jablonski talks us through Witold Lutoslawski's Piano Concerto (1987-88), which will be performed by Krystian Zimerman on 30 January at the Royal Festival Hall in London. This concert marks the opening of the Philharmonia Orchestra's series Woven Words: "Music begins where words end".

01/28/2013 | Download File 60.40 MB -right click to download


Second in a series of four biographical films on the Polish composer, Witold Lutoslawski. This film focuses on the composer's struggle for survival in Warsaw during World War II. Series Advisor, Steven Stucky and Philharmonia Orchestra Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor, Esa-Pekka Salonen trav

01/28/2013 | Download File 58.27 MB -right click to download


First in a series of four biographical films on the Polish composer, Witold Lutoslawski. This film focuses on the composer's early life and beginnings in music. Series Advisor, Steven Stucky and Philharmonia Orchestra Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor, Esa-Pekka Salonen traveled to Poland to

01/30/2013 | Download File 94.29 MB -right click to download


Series Advisor, Steven Stucky and Philharmonia Orchestra Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor, Esa-Pekka Salonen both knew the Polish composer, Witold Lutoslawski well. In this film, the two composers reminisce about their friend and mentor and discuss his work. Part of the Philharmonia Orchestr

02/08/2013 | Download File 94.14 MB -right click to download


Fourth in a series of four biographical films on the Polish composer, Witold Lutoslawski. Series Advisor, Steven Stucky and Philharmonia Orchestra Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor, Esa-Pekka Salonen visit the Filharmonia Narodowa (National Concert Hall) in Warsaw and talk about the composer'

01/31/2013 | Download File 80.65 MB -right click to download


Third in a series of four biographical films on the Polish composer, Witold Lutoslawski. Series Advisor, Steven Stucky and Philharmonia Orchestra Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor, Esa-Pekka Salonen visited Polska Radio in Warsaw to talk about Lutoslawski's work during Soviet rule. They view

02/20/2013 | Download File 108.00 MB -right click to download


Series Advisor Steven Stucky talks with Philharmonia Orchestra members Samuel Coles (Joint Principal Flute) and Mark van de Wiel (Joint Principal Clarinet) about Witold Lutoslawski's use of chance in his compositions, an approach called "controlled aleatorism." They work through a short passage of L

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