First impressions from 'Solo, Seide, Sinfonie' - the third concert in a series of 'Berliner Dialogkonzerte' which The Silk Road Symphony Orchestra performed on the 23rd of November 2022 at the 'Haus des Rundfunks' in Berlin with Christian Wagner (Bariton) interpreting 'Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen' by Gustav Mahler (Arr. A. Schönberg), followed by 'Transfigured night' by Arnold Schönberg - shared as a personal source of inspiration by a music lover - Persephone - in Lipari (Italy) - at The Silk Road Cultural Belt - concluded by the 5th Symphony of Franz Schubert under the direction of Jan Moritz Onken .
Callias Foundation Berlin
(c) Michael Zalewski
Updated: Mar 24, 2022
We would highly appreciate your participation in a new form of dialogue between the Silk Road Symphony Orchestra and You, as a Listener. How?
Start with discovering some of the personal ideas of quality shared at the Silk Road Cultural Belt and ideally share a few thoughts about it through one of your Social Media Channels adding the Hashtag #responsiblelisteners and #berlinerdialogkonzerte.
Our Hashtag is linked to our Social Wall called the #WhySilkHub - the first social wall for classical music - and this way our audience of #responsiblelisteners can learn from each other and create together a valuable new benefit for people for whom classical music is an important part of life .
Perception is personal and there we see a huge potential which we want to unlock . We are non profit and use this only for scientific research and artistic purposes.
The Hashtag #responsiblelisteners is a unifying Concept to shift the focus from an EgoSystem to an EcoSystem.
This form of multidimensional dialogue leads to the Berliner Dialogkonzerte.
#firstlisten . Are you a good Listener? Welcome to the Conference of the Birds !
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(c) Callias Foundation