Members of the Berlin Symphonic Orchestra bid farewell to their fans with a last concert on Sunday after orchestra officials failed to secure 80,000 euros ($103,000) in emergency funding for the bankrupt organization. Orchestra leaders had tried to find private sponsors after Berlin's city government cut three million euros in subsidies last year. The ensemble's disbandment is the latest in a long list of German orchestras that have disappeared due to lacking funds.
Opposition leaders in Moscow have canceled the protest rally for Sunday, opting instead for a march to pay their respects to Boris Nemtsov. Nemtsov was gunned down in the heart of Moscow on February 27.
Dortmund were no match for Schalke in this season's first Reveierderby, but Jürgen Klopp's men got their own back on Saturday. Ross Dunbar examines how the men in yellow and black got their mojo back.
Leverkusen ground out a workmanlike win at home against Freiburg and moved up into the Champions League spots. That was thanks to Dortmund administering a 3-0 beating to local rivals Schalke.