Dazzling subtlety

From the Easter Festival to the Philharmonie: Verdi’s “Otello”

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Easter Festival: The Berliner Philharmoniker in Baden-Baden

Our tour blog: Looking back at the highlights of the festival

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Annual press conference 2019 – the new concert season with Kirill Petrenko

Am 29 April live and free of charge in the Digital Concert Hall

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Zubin Mehta conducts “Otello”

Live webcast on 28 April in the Digital Concert Hall

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50 years of the National Youth Orchestra of Germany

Ingo Metzmacher makes a guest appearance at the Philharmonie

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Concerts & Tickets

Concert listings

Fri, 26 Apr 2019, 20:00

Chamber Music Hall

Chamber music of Romanticism with the Varian Fry Quartet

Sun, 28 Apr 2019, 11:00

Philharmonie

Organ Matinee - Organ and Violin : Ken Cowan and Noah Bendix-Balgley

Mon, 29 Apr 2019, 20:00

Philharmonie

The German National Youth Orchestra and Ingo Metzmacher with the “Alpine Symphony”

News

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12 Apr 2019

Cancellation: Luca Salsi

Vladimir Stoyanov to replace him as Iago at the Easter Festival in Baden-Baden

18 Mar 2019

Mourning the death of Hans-Wolfgang Dünschede

The former piccoloist died at the age of 69

06 Mar 2019

Cancellation Christian Gerhaher

The baritone cancels his appearance in the St John Passion due to illness. Georg Nigl will sing in his place.

Musikfest Berlin 2019

Advance booking is open

The festival presents 22 orchestras, choires and ensembles and many world-class soloists.

Digital Concert Hall

Where we play just for you

Digital Concert Hall

Welcome the Berliner Philharmoniker into your home – on your TV, computer, tablet or smartphone. Live or on-demand from our archive.

Education Programme

2018/2019 season

Find out about the many projects and events on the home page of the education programme.

Discover the Philharmonie

Virtual tour

Take a virtual stroll through the Berlin Philharmonie, wander through the foyers, the chamber music hall and the main concert hall – you can even view the concert hall from Sir Simon’s place on the conductor’s stand!