Lunch concert

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 can be expected at a lunch concert, catering is available from 12 noon until shortly before the concert begins.

Jungstudierende am Julius-Stern-Institut der Universität der Künste Berlin

Klėja Kašubaitė piano

Kaja Kašubaitė piano

Mark Lewin violin

Iris Groh violin

Vicky-Lou Timmer violin

Pavlos Vlitakis violin

Lucilla Rudolph viola

Amelie Sturm viola

Francisco Joui Karr cello

Anselm Kullick cello

Fanny Hensel

Three pieces for piano four hands: No. 3 Allegretto grazioso

Fanny Hensel

Waltz

Paul Hindemith

Waltzes for piano four hands, op. 6: No. 1 Langsames Walzertempo

Paul Hindemith

Waltzes for piano four hands, op. 6: No. 2 Mäßig schnell

Paul Hindemith

Waltzes for piano four hands, op. 6: No. 6 Langsam

Paul Hindemith

Waltzes for piano four hands, op. 6: No. 8 Langsam (etwas sentimental vorzutragen) – Zum Beschluss. Sehr zart

Fazıl Say

Night for piano four hands

Antonín Dvořák

Slavonic Dance in E minor, op. 72 No. 2 (Version for piano four hands)

Antonín Dvořák

Slavonic Dance in G minor, op. 46 No. 8 (Version for piano four hands)

Astor Piazzolla

Libertango

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

String Octet in E flat major, op. 20: 1st Movement Allegro moderato, ma con fuoco

Concert information

  • 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.

Dates and Tickets

Wed 06 Dec 2023, 13:00

Hauptfoyer Großer Saal