A beautiful building in a square flanked by two churches, the Konzerthaus offers an impressive edifice replete with sculpture and statuary.
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The guided tour of the building was very interesting. This covers the history, including the fascinating story of how it was re-fitted after war damage. It also explains how the various rooms are used for different types of concerts. The tour guide was very knowledgeable...More
We were here for the season-opening concert, which featured the US organist Cameron Carpenter and, after the intermission, Mahler's monumental Fifth Symphony. The hall is very attractive, and the acoustics seem very good: not surprising since it has the classic cigar-box shape. The concert was...More
Wonder what one of the five best concert houses in the world sounds like ? Wonder no more - if a performance is offered during your stay by all means take it in!!! We were able to get tickets to a concert for a reasonable...More
We heard the Basel (Switzerland) chamber orchestra (Kammerorchester) along with the newest solo clarinetist with the Berlin Philharmonic, Andreas Ottensamer in a concert that featured the wonderful Mozart Clarinet Concerto. The Konzerthaus Berlin dates back to 1817 and was a theatre before being renamed and...More
Lovely building (please see photo). Did not have enough time to visit properly or hear a concert. On my list for next time.
This is a beautiful old building in the centre of the city and home to the Berlin Konzerthausorchester (the other Berlin orchestra). There are a variety of concerts on offer and I would definitely recommend a visit. There is a small restaurant in the theatre...More