More than 200 hours of Beethoven
Discover Unitel’s large catalogue of Beethoven’s music including the recently staged Fidelio by Christoph Waltz or the 9th Symphony under Bernstein in 8K.
“Fidelio” from Theater an der Wien © Monika Rittershaus
Ludwig van Beethoven has always played a major role for Unitel, as the extensive catalogue with more than 200 hours of his unsurpassed music shows.
Recent highlights include “Fidelio” from Theater an der Wien in the staging of actor and Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz, the Triple Concerto with Anne-Sophie Mutter, Yo-Yo Ma and Daniel Barenboim together with the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, the Piano Sonatas with Daniel Barenboim, Michael Barenboim and Kian Soltani from the intimate Boulez Hall or Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with the Wiener Philharmoniker under Leonard Bernstein in the digital high-definition 8K image quality.
The Unitel catalogue also features the Symphonic Cycles with Herbert von Karajan, Leonard Bernstein, Daniel Barenboim, Sir Simon Rattle, Paavo Järvi and Christian Thielemann.
Several “Fidelio” recordings next to the most recent production from Theater an der Wien, such as the one from Salzburg Festival with Jonas Kaufmann.
The Complete Piano Sonatas with Rudolf Buchbinder.
The legendary “Ode to Freedom” with Leonard Bernstein in the Schauspielhaus in East Berlin on 25 December 1989.
The Complete String Quartets with the award-winning Belcea Quartet.
Two episodes of the outstanding series “Young People’s Concerts”, dedicated to Beethoven only.
A nine-part documentary series on the symphonies with Christian Thielemann und Joachim Kaiser.
And many more.
Join us in celebrating and find out more under www.unitel.de!
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