Classical Collection ‘The Romantic Era’ 2024 – available now to stream with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos

Live concert streaming service On Air has launched a four-part classical series ‘The Romantic Era’ featuring symphonies from Mozart, Brahms, Dvořák, and Beethoven, conducted by Johannes Vogel and performed by the renowned Synchron Stage Orchestra in Vienna. These performances are now available on demand in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos for fans worldwide. Each masterpiece was composed during, or inspired, the Romantic music era in the 18th and 19th century.

Johannes Brahms’ fourth and final composition Symphony No. 4 in E minor pulses with positive energy and swirls with trance-like melodies. This performance features 60 instrumentalists (40 string, 9 woodwind, 9 brass, and 2 percussion).

Antonin Dvořák’s famous Symphony No. 9 in E minor comespacked with hope and happiness, as well as uplifting instrumentals that makes it a pleasure to listen to come rain or shine. This concert features 60 instrumentalists (40 string, 9 woodwind, 9 brass, and 2 percussion).

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s visionary Symphony No. 41 in C major brims with the beautiful complexity, heartfelt emotion, and excitement that represents the possibilities of humankind. This live stream features 40 instrumentalists (30 string, 5 woodwind, 4 brass, and 1 percussion).

Featuring an ensemble of 123 Viennese instrumentalists and choir, Ludwig van Beethoven’s final completed composition Symphony No. 9 in D minor (Gustav Mahler’s Orchestration) takes listeners on an emotional journey from doubt and struggle to love and patience. In 1900, Austrian composer Gustav Mahler boldly altered the symphony’s instrumentation by adding four horns and a tuba, which this performance is based on.

All shows are recorded in Vienna’s state-of-the-art Synchron Stage recording facility. These are available in 4K UHD with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, combining high-end production, set design, and atmospheric lighting to give the viewer an enhanced, realistic concert viewing experience.

Tickets start from £8.99, and once purchased, fans can enjoy the shows on repeatvia the On Air website, mobile, and TV apps. Tickets are available now on the On Air website:

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In addition to this latest show launch, On Air has already worked with popular names in the classical scene, including Japanese rockstar YOSHIKI, who made a grand return with a classical tour at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and the ground-breaking Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

And as part of their ongoing partnership with One Tree Planted, a non-profit charity on a
mission to make it simple for anyone to help the environment by planting trees, On Air will be planting one tree for every ticket purchased for the Synchron Stage Orchestra shows.

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