• (c) Wilfried Hösl
  • (c) Pierre Boulez Saal, Architect Frank Gehry, Founder Daniel Barenboim, © Photo: Volker Kreidler
  • (c) Pierre Boulez Saal, Architect Frank Gehry, Founder Daniel Barenboim, © Photo: Volker Kreidler

Boulez Ensemble XLVI

Berlin, Pierre Boulez Saal — Concert Hall

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The concert to remember for days to come awaits you at Berlin's Pierre Boulez Saal in a highly‐anticipated classical music program where Zubin Mehta brings you the art of Mozart and Stravinsky.

Pierre Boulez Saal

The Pierre Boulez Hall is the hall of the Barenboim‐Said Academy. Designed by Frank O. Geary, the hall opened in March 2017 in Berlin, Germany. The hall was named in tribute to French conductor and composer Pierre Boulez, a name suggested by the Argentinian‐Israeli pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim. Despite being essentially a chamber venue, the structure has a cuboid shape that can accommodate medium‐sized orchestras, and up to 682 visitors. Architect and musicians alike seek to offer a 360 degree perspective on music, combining styles, cultures and viewpoints in the space.


  • Stravinsky, Igor Fyodorovich – Die Geschichte vom Soldaten
  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus – Serenade B‐Dur KV 361 (370a) „Gran Partita“
Program is subject to change


Conductor: Mehta, Zubin
Ensemble: Pierre Boulez Ensemble

The Pierre Boulez Ensemble mirrors the special qualities of Berlin's Pierre Boulez Saal for which is was founded. With musicians from the Staatskapelle Berlin and West‐Eastern Divan Orchestra, as well as guest artists and professors of the Barenboim‐Said Akademie, the ensemble aims to offer new musical insight through programs that highlight the relationships among styles, eras, and ensemble sizes.


Pierre Boulez Saal, 
Französische Straße 33D, Berlin, Germany — Google Maps

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