The Cologne Philharmonic Hall (Kölner Philharmonie) offers a great variety of concert programmes, including great works of the symphonic and chamber music repertoire, jazz sessions, folk and pop events, and world music, as well as Cologne premières, of lesser known new and exotic works.
The award winning Cologne Philharmonic Hall, constructed in 1986, is found in the Ludwig Museum complex of Cologne and stands as one of the most modern concert halls in the world. Designed in the style of an Amphitheater in order to achieve the most perfect acoustics, the entire hall has no walls that stand parallel, so that no undesired echoes will occur. Even the seats are upholstered in such a way as to provide the same acoustic, whether occupied or not.
Below is a listing of upcoming classical concerts performed in Köln Philharmonie. Purchase your tickets conveniently and securely online: Your tickets will be sent via e-mail as an E-Ticket.
Multitalented artist Daniel Barenboim will perform selected piano works by Franz Schubert in Cologne.
Enjoy sparkling classical favorites from composers Bach, Haydn, and Handel with the Mitteldeutsches Kammerorchester Leipzig.
Helmut Branny leads this charismatic concert of Mozart and Strauss at the Cologne Philharmonic, featuring star clarinettist Shirley Brill.
The orchestra will be joined by two internationally renowned artists: American violinist Joshua Bell and solo-oboist of the Berliner Philharmoniker, Albrecht Mayer.
The charismatic all-female French chamber quartet Salut Salon charm audiences with a dazzling mix of classical, pop, and folk music.
The Amadeus Chamber Orchestra of Polish Radio performs selected works by Mozart, Mussorgsky, and Chopin.
Works by Yanjun, Tchaikovsky, and Mussorgsky are featured on the program of the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Long Yu.
Young Austrian concert pianist Ingolf Wunder brings Beethoven's finest music to life together with Brussels Philharmonic.
The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields returns to Cologne with a program of works by Mozart and Elgar.
Pianist Rafal Blechacz will perform Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3 in Cologne.
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