You can simply go to a concert at the Philharmonie, spontaneously, during your lunch break – and with free admission: every Wednesday at 13:00 between September and June. The programme lasts 40 to 50 minutes: chamber music, piano works or a percussion duo – everything from Tchaikovsky to tango. Members of the Berliner Philharmoniker and the Karajan Academy regularly perform, as well as guests from the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester, the Staatskapelle Berlin and the Berlin music conservatories. As you would expect of a lunchtime concert, a catering service is also available which is of equal quality and value for money.
Markus Däunert violin
Michèle Gurdal piano
Romanian Folk Dances, Sz 56 (arr. for Violin and Piano by Zoltán Székely)
Fünf Melodien für Violine und Klavier op. 35a
Sonata for violin and piano in A major
- Please note that for safety reasons the number of people allowed is limited. Reservations are not possible.
- Recommended from 6 years. Despite their brevity, the concerts are not specifically intended for children. In the foyer there are sufficient places where children can have a break in order to be considerate of the artists and other concert guests, if necessary.