Since 1996 DTC Classics GmbH looks back to a close cooperation with the Swiss Post for the annual “PostFinance Classics”, a successful series of concerts that lasted 18 years long until 2013, featuring leading opera stars of today, like Edita Gruberova, soprano, José Cura, tenor, Ramo Vargas, tenor, Thomas Hampson, Bariton, just to name a few.
DTC Classics GmbH also exclusively organized concerts for “The Classical Company” with top acts like Lang Lang, David Garrett, Vittorio Grigolo, Simone Kermes, Elīna Garanča and many others. DTC Classics GmbH was also appointed by Unicef or SOS Children Villages to organize their gala concerts presenting Cecilia Bartoli (for Unicef).
During the last 8 years, DTC classics GmbH successfully produced concerts with the State Symphony Orchestra of Russia/Mark Gorenstein, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia/Vladimir Spivakov, the Philharmony Baden-Baden and tenor Ramon Vargas, the Orchestra Filarmonica Italiana with trumpet player Tine Thing Helseth, the Santa Cecilia Orchestra, Rome/Antonio Pappano with pianist Leif Ove Andsnes, the Wurttemberg Philharmonic with baritone Thomas Hampson and soprano Edita Gruberova, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment with violinist Nigel Kennedy, the St. Petersburg Symphony under Alexander Dmitriev, the Austrian-Hungarian Haydn Symphony under Adam Fischer, Moscow Virtuosi with Violinist Sarah Chang, the Philharmony Baden-Baden with Carmina Burana, the Vienna Boys Choir.
Other highlights were the big stadium concert with violinist David Garrett with the Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt or Johann Strauss’ "Die Fledermaus", a coproduction with the Vienna New Opera Austria, featuring leading singers of the Vienna State Opera House.
DTC classics GmbH presented opera singers like Edita Gruberova, Montserrat Caballé, Noemi Nadelmann, Agnes Baltsa, Vesselina Kasarova, Simone Kermes, Vittorio Grigolo, Neil Shicoff, José Cura, Ramon Vargas, Peter Seiffert, Zoran Todorovic, Leo Nucci, Ruggero Raimondi, Thomas Hampson, Peter Mikulas. Among the instrumentalists were Vadim Repin, Julian Rachlin, Sergej Dogadin, Rudolf Buchbinder, Hélène Grimaud, Lang Lang, Elisabeth Leonskaya, Bruno Leonardo Gelber, Lilya Zilberstein, Kyrill Gerstein, Boris Berezovsky, Sergej Nakariakov, Maurice André, Tine Helseth, Sharon Kam, Misha Maisky, David Geringas, David Pia and conductors like Pavel Baleff, Alexander Dmitrijev, Raffael Frühbeck de Burgos, Ralf Weikert, Antonio Pappano, Vladimir Valek, Adam Fisher, Emanuel Krivine, Thomas Sanderling.