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Berliner Philharmoniker in 3D at IFA
The Berliner Philharmoniker are releasing arecording of a rehearsal in 3D – probably the first ever recording of a sym-phony orchestra using this new technology.

The video can be downloadedfree of charge from the Berliner Philharmoniker’s Digital Concert Hall atwww.digital-concert-hall.com.In this recording, produced by the Berlin Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Insti-tute in June 2010, Sir Simon Rattle conducts the “Russian Dance” fromStravinsky’s ballet Petrushka.

The Berliner Philharmoniker have been work-ing in partnership with the Institute since the autumn of 2009 to developnew ways of presenting classical music with the help of innovate media tech-nology.In addition to a high-spec computer, you will also need 3D glasses fromNvidia to play the 3D video.

Further information and links to the requiredsoftware can be found in the Digital Concert Hall.The Digital Concert Hall is the virtual concert venue of the Berliner Philharmoniker onthe Web.

The orchestra’s Berlin concerts are broadcast live at www.digital-concert-hall.-com and are available as video streams in the archive within a few days.

Partner of the Berliner Philharmoniker since 1989, the Deutsche Bank exclusively supports the DigitalConcert Hall and makes possible the education programme “Zukunft@BPhil.”

Contacts:Berlin Phil Media GmbHLeipziger Platz 110177 BerlinTobias MöllerDirector of Marketing and Communications
T: +49 (0)30 206 24 69-11 F: +49 (0)30 206 24 69-20t.moeller@berliner-philharmoniker.de



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