Every year, the Berliner Philharmoniker holds a concert in a different European city to commemorate the anniversary of the orchestra’s founding in 1882. In 2014 it took place in Berlin at the Berliner Philharmonie - the musical heart of the city and a beloved venue for the international classical music scene. Conducted by Daniel Barenboim, who has been associated with the Berliner Philharmoniker for 50 years, the concert features the overture from The Merry Wives of Windsor and Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony.
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