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Berlin Philharmonie Concerts

World-famous acoustics

With its famous golden walls and tent-like, sweeping main roof, the Berlin Philharmonie offers the finest acoustics in the world, with a program as varied and vibrant as the city of Berlin itself. A concert in the home of the renowned Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra is an experience not to be missed.

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  • Opening Concert: Sinfonie Orchester Berlin & Stanley Dodds

    Opening Concert: Sinfonie Orchester Berlin & Stanley Dodds

    Sun, Sep 27 2015, 16:00

    Philharmonie Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Classical Concert

    Experience classical masterworks by Tchaikovsky, Gershwin, Ravel, and more.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Opening Concert: Sinfonie Orchester Berlin & Stanley Dodds Berlin’s golden Philharmonie, designed by Hans Scharoun, opened in October 1963 with a concert by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. At first quite controversial, the stunning building just a stone’s throw from Potsdamer Platz has since become the model for numerous concert halls around the world.

    About 270 concerts take place every year in the larger of the Philharmonie’s two halls. 2440 eager listeners at a time can attend concerts of the famed Berlin Philharmonic here – arguably the finest symphony orchestra in the world – as well as the performances of guest orchestras, chamber groups, and soloists. The Chamber Music Hall, with a capacity of 1180, hosts smaller orchestral formations, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. The design of both halls is based on the concept of 'music as the center of attention', with the concert podium in the center of the hall and the audience seated in irregular terraced blocks surrounding the stage on all sides. With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
    Philharmonie Berlin Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1 Berlin 10785 Germany
  • Artemis Quartet: Beethoven & Janáček

    Artemis Quartet: Beethoven & Janáček

    Wed, Oct 07 2015, 20:00

    Philharmonie Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music

    String quartets by Beethoven and Janáček are featured on this program of the Artemis Quartet.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Artemis Quartet: Beethoven & Janáček Berlin’s golden Philharmonie, designed by Hans Scharoun, opened in October 1963 with a concert by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. At first quite controversial, the stunning building just a stone’s throw from Potsdamer Platz has since become the model for numerous concert halls around the world.

    About 270 concerts take place every year in the larger of the Philharmonie’s two halls. 2440 eager listeners at a time can attend concerts of the famed Berlin Philharmonic here – arguably the finest symphony orchestra in the world – as well as the performances of guest orchestras, chamber groups, and soloists. The Chamber Music Hall, with a capacity of 1180, hosts smaller orchestral formations, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. The design of both halls is based on the concept of 'music as the center of attention', with the concert podium in the center of the hall and the audience seated in irregular terraced blocks surrounding the stage on all sides. With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
    Philharmonie Berlin Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1 Berlin 10785 Germany
  • Freiburger Barockorchester: Grand Concert Pour Louis XIV

    Freiburger Barockorchester: Grand Concert Pour Louis XIV

    Thu, Oct 08 2015, 20:00

    Philharmonie Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Classical Concert
    • Baroque

    Baroque music specialist, violinist and conductor Gottfried von der Goltz will lead the Freiburger Barockorchester.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Freiburger Barockorchester: Grand Concert Pour Louis XIV Berlin’s golden Philharmonie, designed by Hans Scharoun, opened in October 1963 with a concert by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. At first quite controversial, the stunning building just a stone’s throw from Potsdamer Platz has since become the model for numerous concert halls around the world.

    About 270 concerts take place every year in the larger of the Philharmonie’s two halls. 2440 eager listeners at a time can attend concerts of the famed Berlin Philharmonic here – arguably the finest symphony orchestra in the world – as well as the performances of guest orchestras, chamber groups, and soloists. The Chamber Music Hall, with a capacity of 1180, hosts smaller orchestral formations, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. The design of both halls is based on the concept of 'music as the center of attention', with the concert podium in the center of the hall and the audience seated in irregular terraced blocks surrounding the stage on all sides. With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
    Philharmonie Berlin Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1 Berlin 10785 Germany
  • Classical and Romantic Masterworks: Sinfonie Orchester Berlin

    Classical and Romantic Masterworks: Sinfonie Orchester Berlin

    Sat, Oct 10 2015, 20:00

    Philharmonie Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Classical Concert

    Professor Renchang Fu conducts a program including Haydn's "Surprise Symphony".

    INFO & TICKETS

    Classical and Romantic Masterworks: Sinfonie Orchester Berlin Berlin’s golden Philharmonie, designed by Hans Scharoun, opened in October 1963 with a concert by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. At first quite controversial, the stunning building just a stone’s throw from Potsdamer Platz has since become the model for numerous concert halls around the world.

    About 270 concerts take place every year in the larger of the Philharmonie’s two halls. 2440 eager listeners at a time can attend concerts of the famed Berlin Philharmonic here – arguably the finest symphony orchestra in the world – as well as the performances of guest orchestras, chamber groups, and soloists. The Chamber Music Hall, with a capacity of 1180, hosts smaller orchestral formations, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. The design of both halls is based on the concept of 'music as the center of attention', with the concert podium in the center of the hall and the audience seated in irregular terraced blocks surrounding the stage on all sides. With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
    Philharmonie Berlin Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1 Berlin 10785 Germany
  • Jazz Festival

    Jazz Festival

    Fri, Oct 16 2015, 20:00

    Philharmonie Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Festival
    • Jazz

    The Ginzburg Dynastie Swing Band presents Jazz Highlights...

    INFO & TICKETS

    Jazz Festival Berlin’s golden Philharmonie, designed by Hans Scharoun, opened in October 1963 with a concert by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. At first quite controversial, the stunning building just a stone’s throw from Potsdamer Platz has since become the model for numerous concert halls around the world.

    About 270 concerts take place every year in the larger of the Philharmonie’s two halls. 2440 eager listeners at a time can attend concerts of the famed Berlin Philharmonic here – arguably the finest symphony orchestra in the world – as well as the performances of guest orchestras, chamber groups, and soloists. The Chamber Music Hall, with a capacity of 1180, hosts smaller orchestral formations, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. The design of both halls is based on the concept of 'music as the center of attention', with the concert podium in the center of the hall and the audience seated in irregular terraced blocks surrounding the stage on all sides. With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
    Philharmonie Berlin Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1 Berlin 10785 Germany
  • Composer's Portraits: Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms

    Composer's Portraits: Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms

    Sat, Oct 17 2015, 20:00

    Philharmonie Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Classical Concert

    Classical masterpieces presented by the Sinfonie Orchester Berlin.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Composer's Portraits: Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms Berlin’s golden Philharmonie, designed by Hans Scharoun, opened in October 1963 with a concert by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. At first quite controversial, the stunning building just a stone’s throw from Potsdamer Platz has since become the model for numerous concert halls around the world.

    About 270 concerts take place every year in the larger of the Philharmonie’s two halls. 2440 eager listeners at a time can attend concerts of the famed Berlin Philharmonic here – arguably the finest symphony orchestra in the world – as well as the performances of guest orchestras, chamber groups, and soloists. The Chamber Music Hall, with a capacity of 1180, hosts smaller orchestral formations, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. The design of both halls is based on the concept of 'music as the center of attention', with the concert podium in the center of the hall and the audience seated in irregular terraced blocks surrounding the stage on all sides. With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
    Philharmonie Berlin Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1 Berlin 10785 Germany
  • Robert Leonardy: Solo Recital

    Robert Leonardy: Solo Recital

    Wed, Oct 21 2015, 20:00

    Philharmonie Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Classical Concert
    • Chamber Music
    • Piano

    Leonardy belongs to the most interesting German pianists of our time.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Robert Leonardy: Solo Recital Berlin’s golden Philharmonie, designed by Hans Scharoun, opened in October 1963 with a concert by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. At first quite controversial, the stunning building just a stone’s throw from Potsdamer Platz has since become the model for numerous concert halls around the world.

    About 270 concerts take place every year in the larger of the Philharmonie’s two halls. 2440 eager listeners at a time can attend concerts of the famed Berlin Philharmonic here – arguably the finest symphony orchestra in the world – as well as the performances of guest orchestras, chamber groups, and soloists. The Chamber Music Hall, with a capacity of 1180, hosts smaller orchestral formations, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. The design of both halls is based on the concept of 'music as the center of attention', with the concert podium in the center of the hall and the audience seated in irregular terraced blocks surrounding the stage on all sides. With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
    Philharmonie Berlin Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1 Berlin 10785 Germany
  • Opening Concert: Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin

    Opening Concert: Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin

    Thu, Oct 22 2015, 20:00

    Philharmonie Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Classical Concert

    Works by Mendelssohn, Shostakovich, and Schtschedrin are featured at the opening concert of the Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Opening Concert: Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin Berlin’s golden Philharmonie, designed by Hans Scharoun, opened in October 1963 with a concert by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. At first quite controversial, the stunning building just a stone’s throw from Potsdamer Platz has since become the model for numerous concert halls around the world.

    About 270 concerts take place every year in the larger of the Philharmonie’s two halls. 2440 eager listeners at a time can attend concerts of the famed Berlin Philharmonic here – arguably the finest symphony orchestra in the world – as well as the performances of guest orchestras, chamber groups, and soloists. The Chamber Music Hall, with a capacity of 1180, hosts smaller orchestral formations, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. The design of both halls is based on the concept of 'music as the center of attention', with the concert podium in the center of the hall and the audience seated in irregular terraced blocks surrounding the stage on all sides. With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
    Philharmonie Berlin Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1 Berlin 10785 Germany
  • Don Kosaken Balalaika Ensemble

    Don Kosaken Balalaika Ensemble

    Fri, Oct 23 2015, 20:00

    Philharmonie Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Traditional Music
    • Choral Music

    The Ensemble Viktor Skriptchenko performs Russian songs in Berlin.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Don Kosaken Balalaika Ensemble Berlin’s golden Philharmonie, designed by Hans Scharoun, opened in October 1963 with a concert by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. At first quite controversial, the stunning building just a stone’s throw from Potsdamer Platz has since become the model for numerous concert halls around the world.

    About 270 concerts take place every year in the larger of the Philharmonie’s two halls. 2440 eager listeners at a time can attend concerts of the famed Berlin Philharmonic here – arguably the finest symphony orchestra in the world – as well as the performances of guest orchestras, chamber groups, and soloists. The Chamber Music Hall, with a capacity of 1180, hosts smaller orchestral formations, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. The design of both halls is based on the concept of 'music as the center of attention', with the concert podium in the center of the hall and the audience seated in irregular terraced blocks surrounding the stage on all sides. With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
    Philharmonie Berlin Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1 Berlin 10785 Germany
  • Piano Concertos: Sinfonie Orchester Berlin & Raphael Haeger

    Piano Concertos: Sinfonie Orchester Berlin & Raphael Haeger

    Sat, Oct 24 2015, 20:00

    Philharmonie Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Classical Concert
    • Piano

    Raphael Haeger conducts three of the world's best known piano concertos.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Piano Concertos: Sinfonie Orchester Berlin & Raphael Haeger Berlin’s golden Philharmonie, designed by Hans Scharoun, opened in October 1963 with a concert by Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. At first quite controversial, the stunning building just a stone’s throw from Potsdamer Platz has since become the model for numerous concert halls around the world.

    About 270 concerts take place every year in the larger of the Philharmonie’s two halls. 2440 eager listeners at a time can attend concerts of the famed Berlin Philharmonic here – arguably the finest symphony orchestra in the world – as well as the performances of guest orchestras, chamber groups, and soloists. The Chamber Music Hall, with a capacity of 1180, hosts smaller orchestral formations, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. The design of both halls is based on the concept of 'music as the center of attention', with the concert podium in the center of the hall and the audience seated in irregular terraced blocks surrounding the stage on all sides. With remarkable acoustics and a decidedly sophisticated yet playful air, the Philharmonie building is at the artistic heart of the central Kulturforum and, indeed, of the city itself.
    Philharmonie Berlin Herbert-von-Karajan-Str. 1 Berlin 10785 Germany