Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra


The Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1986 with the idea of uniting musical diversity at the highest artistic level in a single ensemble.

 

Its gifted instrumentalists provide an unmistakable sound that captivates audiences and the critics alike. The great flexibility of the musicians enables a broad repertoire, which includes classical concert literature, music theatre as well as choir and church music, film music concerts and crossover projects. With their individual profile and excellent quality, the Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra has established itself as a permanent part in their musical landscape with international appeal.

 

The versatility of the Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra is also reflected in the range of their engagements. From the open-air stage to the Berlin Philharmonie, in church concerts, New Year’s Eve galas or radio and television productions for the Hessischer Rundfunk, their concerts have taken them to venues throughout Germany, over Spain up to South Korea.

 

In addition, the concerts of the Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra have been accompanied in recent decades by a large number of renowned soloists, including Deborah Lynn Cole, Theodore Browne, Maryna Zubko, Sumi Jo, Katarzyna Dondalska, Dietrich Volle, Carry Sass, Volker Bengl, Christiane Linke, Stefan Lex, Katja Bördner, Gunda Baumgärtner and Udo Jürgens. Since 2017, conductor Witolf Werner has been responsible for the musical direction of the Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra.


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