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This is the 2021/22 Season

Discover the programme of the new season!

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Now on sale: our 2021/22 subscriptions

Highlights in series

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2021/22: Concerts with Kirill Petrenko

Experience great classics and hidden treasures with our chief conductor

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Patricia Kopatchinskaja is 2021/22 Artist in Residence

The violinist presents works which mark a new beginning

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»Lost Generation«

A programmatic focus recalls forgotten composers between late Romanticism and modernism

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Concerts & Tickets

Concert listings

News

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03 Jun 2021

Digital Concert Hall introduces lossless audio quality standard

The Berliner Philharmoniker’s Digital Concert Hall introduces a new quality standard with so-called Hi-Res Audio technology, bringing you the world’s…

25 May 2021

Change of cast: Andrew Staples sings in place of Allan Clayton

Due to new travel restrictions, tenor Allan Clayton will unfortunately not be able to take part in the upcoming concert conducted by Sir Simon Rattle.…

20 May 2021

Conductor Sakari Oramo takes over for ill Alan Gilbert

Due to a Covid-19 infection, conductor Alan Gilbert has unfortunately had to cancel his participation in the concert on 5 June 2021. Sakari Oramo will…

The 2021/22 debüts 2021/22

Neue faces, fascinating artists

The 2021/22 debüts 2021/22

These artists celebrate their debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker in 2021/22

Digital Concert Hall 2021/22

The programme of the Digital Concert Hall in the new season

Digital Concert Hall 2021/22

Welcome the Berliner Philharmoniker into your home – on your TV, computer, tablet or smartphone.

New subscription series in 2021/22

Two series of the Education Programme and one series of the Karajan Academy

New subscription series in 2021/22

We are very happy to offer three new subscription series in the coming season, each dedicated to the next generation of musicians in a different way.

The 2021/22 world premieres

Discover new musiv for the very first time

The 2021/22 world premieres

In the 2021/22 season, three world premieres and one German premiere open up a fresh look at what is musically possible.