Konzerthaus Berlin

Bettina Pousttchi, Amplifier. Installation view, Konzerthaus Berlin, 2021. Photo: Jens Ziehe.

10117 Berlin

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The Konzerthaus Berlin believes music moves people and brings them together. The institution offers the broad public the opportunity to become acquainted with classical music and to pursue their longstanding passion, regardless of their education or social background. The classicist building is one of the main works of the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel, as well as one of the three spectacular buildings on Gendarmenmarkt - the harmonious ensemble including the German and French Dome. The Konzerthaus is revered as a treasure of German neoclassical architecture. Now host to an exceptionally broad music program, The Konzerthaus Berlin offers symphony concerts, chamber music, music theatre productions, children’s concerts, old and new music, country festivals, and tributes to great musical personalities.


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