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If you like music, and if you like classical music, the Piano Salon Christophori is an absolute gem!!! I took my son there as a surprise Birthday gift, and we both absolutely loved the evening we spent at this wonderfully quirky venue!!! Go you'll be...More
What a wonderful and unique way to experience classical music. The venue is essentially a warehouse, with several pianos and paintings on the wall, and chairs for people to sit on. And then there is music... in our case Claire Huangci, a talented young American...More
This is a very fun and relaxing way to see a part of Berlin most tourists do not see - the local artist scene. In a small, cozy warehouse, decorated with querky old pieces of pianos and other vintage deco, we enjoyed a lovely evening...More
When my friend said she had tickets for a concert I had little idea of what a treat was in store for us. Outside, the building was a warehouse. We entered a long cluttered open workroom with pianos in various stages of repair/refurbishment on either...More
Imagine a huge warehouse full of period pianos and score ledgers and wood and tools... in this amazing location you’ll be treated to a concert of classical or jazz music. Excellent acoustics and... complimentary drinks! A must-see in Berlin’s Wedding.
Advance booking for their concerts is essential. Located in an actual piano resotoration workshop, in an edgy corner of Wedding, concerts are held on a minimum-donation basis (15 euros). We saw top-class jazz, with a clientele largely local but including ex-pat UK ands US students....More
This is one of the best hidden gems that we found.Its really a bit far from Central Berlin and is a warehouse where pianos are repaired.It does have a prominent but simple board announcing itself.On nights it can have long lines to hear established or...More
Colleagues took me here for a concert (Mahler - Klavierquartett a-moll; Messiaen - Théme et variations; Schumann - Klavierquintett Es-Dur opus 44) and it was absolutely wonderful! Apart from the incredible talented musicians, the atmosphere in this somewhat chaotic, old piano repair shop is something...More
A great experience!
Would definitely go back!
Concerts take place in a piano workshop by day, transforming into an intimate home style by night.
Book your tickets on site, no charge (some concert s do cost a minimum charge).
The "salon" is in an old small warehouse. There are many restaurants nearby so grab food before hand. They do offer an honour bar, pour a glass of wine open a beer and put your money in the glass. There are about 200 chairs, a...More