Wenders chose Berlin Philharmonic Concert Hall for its modernity.
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Three of the world's top conductors, Simon Rattle, Daniel Barenboim and Ivan Fischer are teaming up for a free concert by Berlin's three main orchestras next month which will be free for refugees, they announced Tuesday.The concert, which will include performances of a Mozart piano concerto and symphonies by Prokofiev and Beethoven, will be free to all refugees and aid volunteers, the statement said.The 65-year-old Hungarian conductor Fischer and the Konzerthaus Orchestra will perform Prokofiev's First or "Classical" Symphony.And 61-year-old British-born Rattle will conduct the Berlin Philharmonic with the second and fourth movements of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony.
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