Celebration Concert for 70th anniversary

Elena SoltanShortly after the end of World War II, professor Hans Chemin-Petit, conductor and composer,

founded the  Collegium musicum Potsdam, after having enriched Potsdam's cultural life for many years, for example with concerts under his direction in the courtyard of Potsdam's city palace.

To celebrate its 70th anniversary, the Collegium musicum Potsdam symphony orchestra will perform a celebratory concert that will open with the Andante festivo by Jean Sibelius.

Also heard at the celebratory  concert  will be Samuel Barber's violin concerto and Dmitri Shostakovich's symphony no. 12. The featured soloist will be the concert master of the Cottbus philharmonic orchestra, Elena Soltan.

Tickets for the concert on April 18 at 7:30 PM  in Frederic church, Potsdam Babelsberg, will be available from the ticket outlets of  MAZ and PNN as well as from the congregational office at Schulstr. 8c. Tickets for the concert on April 19 at 3.00 PM at Herz Jesu church, Berlin Zehlendorf will be available from its congregational office and at www.cm-potsdam.de.


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Parcival Módolo named First Guest Conductor

Brazilean conductor Parcival Módolo was named First Guest Conductor of the Collegium musicum Potsdam symphony orchestra on the occasion of symphony concerts on 22nd and 23rd November 2014 at Frederic Church in Potsdam Babelsberg and Herz Jesu Church in Berlin Zehlendorf.


Parcival Módolo

Parcival Módolo, who is one of Brazil's leading conductors, has already inspired musicians and audiences
in the two preceding years. More than once, he has made it possible to get to know music by Brazilean composers who are virtually unknown in our latitudes, and to perform some of it for the first time in Potsdam and Germany.


Parcival Módolo will visit Potsdam again this year to cooperate with the Collegium musicum Potsdam symphony orchestra.

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CMP needs a grand

donationAt its symphony concert on April 19, 2008, the Collegium musicum Potsdam symphony orchestra launched a fundraising drive under the motto "CMP needs a grand". Since a concert grand piano is becoming increasingly important for the orchestra’s rehearsals and concerts, donations will be collected for a time to help with the acquisition of this special (orchestra) instrument for the orchestra’s inventory. 250 Euros were collected on the first day already -– an excellent start. The donations currently amount to: 6108.23.

A heartfelt thank you to all donors!


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