• Konzerthaus Berlin © Sonja Gutschera und Leif Henrik Osthoff

  • Konzerthaus Berlin, Main Hall, © Photo: Sebastian Runge

Konzerthaus Berlin

Berlin, Germany

The Konzerthaus Berlin, a major classical music center, was originally a theater, constructed by famed architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel from 1818 to 1821. Located on the historic Gendarmenmarkt square, it was destroyed in World War II and only reopened in 1984. Three halls host about 550 events each year, including the Berlin season of the resident Konzerthausorchester Berlin, as well as guest orchestras including the Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester.

Event Dates

  • Quartetto di Cremona: Webern, Respighi, Beethoven

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Konzerthaus Berlin
10117 Berlin
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The Konzerthaus is situated in the very heart of the city.

Lines U2, U6 to Stadtmitte follow the Mohrenstraße in the direction of the Dom, turn left into Charlottenstraße, the Konzerthaus is situated at the right hand side between Dom and Friedrichstadtkirche.

Seating Information

Kleiner Saal, 386 Seats

Musikclub, 80 Seats

Ludwig van Beethoven-Saal, Foyer (Suedfluegel), 100 Seats

Carl Maria von Weber-Saal, Foyer (Nordfluegel) , 120 Seats