Constructed in 1986, the award-winning Cologne Philharmonic Hall (Kölner Philharmonie) is one of the best designed modern concert halls in the world. Built in the style of an amphitheater in order to achieve the most perfect acoustics, the hall has no walls that stand parallel, so that no undesired echoes can occur. Even the seats are upholstered to optimize the sound, so that the acoustics remain consistent, whether occupied or empty.
Below is a listing of upcoming classical concerts performed in Köln Philharmonie. Purchase your tickets conveniently and securely online, and receive your e-Ticket by e-mail.
Hear one of Dvořák's most famous works, performed by the Yomuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra.
Clarinettist Sabine Meyer plays original works as well as arrangements of Mozart with Kammerorchester Basel.
Virtuoso violinist Maxim Vengerov performs Tchaikovksy's concerto.
Virtuoso pianist Fazil Say takes the solo part of Mozart's A-major concerto.
Violinist Michael Barenboim performs the perennial favourite E-minor concerto by Mendelssohn.
Cellist Mischa Maisky performs Saint-Saëns' first concerto.
The young violinist Julia Fischer is joined by the St. Petersburg Philharmonic for the Brahms concerto.
Hear world superstar violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter in a programme of sonatas by Bartók, Beethoven and Respighi.
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