The First World War – Exploring the archives of the Berliner Philharmoniker
The exhibition looks at the effects of the war on the everyday musical life of the Berliner Philharmoniker.
The Berliner Philharmoniker on WQXR
On 1 October, the Berliner Philharmoniker open the concert season at Carnegie Hall with a six-day residency. The American radio station WQXR is taking this opportunity to give the orchestra and its chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle a special welcome.
Schumann vase for Sir Simon Rattle
Sir Simon Rattle received the first copy of a “Vase for Robert Schumann”.
ECHO Klassik 2014
The Berliner Philharmoniker's recording of Antonín Dvořák's Violin Concerto with Anne-Sophie Mutter as the soloist has received an ECHO Klassik.
Amended opening times of the ticket hotline
The ticket hotline is open from Monday to Friday from 09 am to 18 pm.
“Fabulous sonority” for vinyl fans
Sir Simon Rattle’s Schumann on LP in a limited edition
In memoriam Lorin Maazel
The Berliner Philharmoniker mourn the loss of Lorin Maazel. In the past 55 years he conducted the orchestra regularly, especially in the early years of his career.
It's a girl!
We congratulate Magdalena Kožena and Simon Rattle on the birth of Anežka, their first daughter, born in Berlin at 4.50 this morning, 21 June. The whole family is already at home meeting Anežka’s brothers, Jonas and Milos.