A special classical concert in Berlin. The audience are refugees and the tireless volunteers helping them to adjust to life in Germany. Simon Rattle conducted the Berlin Philharmonic.
There is new management and a new version of Hofmannsthal's "Everyman." With some big changes in store, it looks like the Salzburg Festival - a celebration of opera, theater and music - is at the start of a new era.
In a rare joint appearance, Berlin's three major orchestras gave a concert for refugees and those coming to their aid. The event gave a new meaning to the term "welcoming culture."
He's known for films like "Wings of Desire" and "Buena Vista Social Club," but now Wim Wenders is venturing into opera. Next year at the Berlin State Opera he'll direct a work by Bizet, conducted by Daniel Barenboim.
The EU Youth Orchestra has been saved at the last minute with the EU announcing its renewed support. Threatened with closure after its funding was withdrawn, the orchestra's future was secured with "creative solutions."
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