The German-Nordic Youth Philharmonic (Deutsch-Skandinavische Jugend- Philharmonie) is an international youth orchestra with a symphonic instrumentation, carrying out its work phases in the form of orchestra courses. The regular event of the “German-Nordic Philharmonic Weeks” (Deutsch-Skandinavische Orchesterwochen) hearken back to the initiative of the conductor and composer Andreas Peer Kähler , who has permanently been the orchestra’s conductor and art director since the first work phase in the end of 1981 – beginning of 1982.
In our recent project “The Young North”, all five nordic countries and Germany are unified in a joint and strongly linked musical youth project. Read more about “The Young North”.
The project “The Young North” is funded by the Nordic Culture Fund.