Lunch

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.

Jelka Weber flute

Marie-Pierre Langlamet harp

Nino Rota

Sonata for flute and harp

Jelka Weber flute , Marie-Pierre Langlamet harp

Johann Sebastian Bach

Sonata for Flute and Harpsichord in E flat major, BWV 1031: 2. Movemnet: Siciliano (arranged for organ by Charles-Marie Widor)

Jelka Weber flute , Marie-Pierre Langlamet harp

Miloslav Kabeláč

Improvisation for solo flute, op. 29b

Jelka Weber flute

Jean-Philippe Rameau

Le Rappel des oiseaux (arr. for solo harp)

Marie-Pierre Langlamet harp

Jean-Philippe Rameau

Les Sauvages (arr. for solo harp)

Marie-Pierre Langlamet harp

Francis Poulenc

Sonata for flute and piano (arr. for flute and harp by Marie-Pierre Langlamet)

Jelka Weber flute , Marie-Pierre Langlamet harp

Free admission

Please note that for safety reasons the number of people allowed is limited. Reservations are not possible.

Recommended from 6 years

We welcome all music fans to the lunchtime concerts. Despite their brevity of 45 minutes, 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.

Dates and Tickets

Wed 15 Feb 2023, 13:00

Hauptfoyer Großer Saal