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Piano Salon Christophori

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Fun stop off the beaten path

This is a very fun and relaxing way to see a part of Berlin most tourists do not see - the local... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Katherine J
Eclectic venue for fantastic music.

When my friend said she had tickets for a concert I had little idea of what a treat was in store... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2018
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Uferstr. 8, 13357 Berlin, Germany
+49 176 39007753
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

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

Thank Katherine J
Reviewed 18 April 2018

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

Thank Gurgi89
Reviewed 30 November 2017

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.

Thank Luca V
Reviewed 3 May 2017

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

Thank WalrusOfHove
Reviewed 1 April 2017

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

Thank Geeess
Reviewed 14 February 2017

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

Thank ninah391
Reviewed 25 October 2016

A great experience! Would definitely go back! Concerts take place in a piano workshop by day, transforming into an intimate home style by night. Very casual, Very Berlin. Book your tickets on site, no charge (some concert s do cost a minimum charge). Once you...More

1  Thank Liado
Reviewed 5 September 2016

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

Thank Wart99
Reviewed 21 April 2016

Our daughter thought we'd enjoy a trip to this piano salon. It is a long barn like place full of parts of old instruments and interesting art. Our reserved seats had cushions on them and we were given a free glass of wine in the...More

Thank susanwalsh
Reviewed 12 March 2016

This music salon in the Wedding area is off the usual touristic path, which makes it super fun for tourists. A former garage/bus depot houses a collection of pianos and piano parts. The evening we went a pianist played two different pianos (there are 11...More

Thank mkg2805
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