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Phil Live doheem

On the 8th of May, we push the Philharmonie’s doors wide open! Even if it’s just virtually, we can’t wait to share the first of our weekly live streams «Phil LIVE doheem» with you. For this first concert, Bartleby Delicate brings the music back to the silent halls of the Philharmonie and you can join him on Facebook.

«Phil LIVE doheem» brings you a mix of all genres performed by artists from Luxembourg and OPL musicians every Friday at 8 p.m.. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to stay tuned about upcoming performances!

 

Follow the next Phil Live doheem concert on the 31.07.2020 20:00

Watch our last Phil Live doheem concerts

Watch the Phil Live doheem concert with Alena Baeva & Vadym Kholodenko 03.07.2020

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Two outstanding musicians: violinist Alena Baeva and pianist Vadym Kholodenko play a beautiful programme with works by Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Schumann and Prokofiev ✨

Watch the Phil Live doheem concert with Francesco Tristano 24.07.2020

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With his iconic mix of piano and electronics, Francesco Tristano creates a mesmerizing musical experience – live to your home from the Philharmonie!

Watch the Phil Live doheem concert 10.07.2020

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For the 10th edition of «Phil Live doheem», musicians of the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg perform Brahms' beautiful Clarinet Quintet.
The Clarinet Quintet was one of Brahms' most successful pieces during his lifetime, a contemporary critic named it his most important work of chamber music, and Brahms himself called the concerts including the Clarinet Quintet his «happiest and most beautiful artistic experience».

Watch the Phil Live doheem concert with Trio Koch 17.07.2020

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The Trio Koch is a family affair: its members are Philippe Koch, 1st concertmaster at the OPL, his daughter Laurence and his son Jean-Philippe. For more than 10 years, they have been devoted to explore the repertoire for two violins and piano together. For this Phil Live doheem, they performed works by Brahms, Schostakovitch, Moszkowski and Civitareale.