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There is much to discover and enjoy in the 2024/25 season. Chief conductor Kirill Petrenko interprets the great symphonic repertoire and opens up new perspectives with music of our time. In addition, our partnerships with two artists who have a special connection to the Berliner Philharmoniker will be intensified: Pianist Seong-Jin Cho as Artist in Residence and Wolfgang Rihm as Composer in Residence. In February 2025, our biennial entitled Paradise Lost? will focus on our environment – both its beauty and its destruction. We look forward to welcoming long-standing partners as well as new guests such as Marin Alsop, Joana Mallwitz and Kazuki Yamada. Another new feature is our series of short concerts, each of which ends with a get-together in the foyer.

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Kirill Petrenko | Picture:Stephan Rabold

Concerts with Kirill Petrenko

Experience the Berliner Philharmoniker with chief conductor Kirill Petrenko – this season with symphonies by Beethoven, Bruckner, Dvořák and Mahler.

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Biennale: “Paradise Lost?”

In February 2025, the Berliner Philharmoniker’s Biennale will focus on the threat to nature. A festival with concerts, guests from the world of science and much more.

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Seong-Jin Cho
Seong-Jin Cho | Picture:Stefan Höderath

Artist in Residence: Seong-Jin Cho

Get to know pianist Seong-Jin Cho from a variety of perspectives: in concerts with the Berliner Philharmoniker, in a solo recital and with chamber music.

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People in the foyer and on the stairs of the Philharmonie Berlin
Foyer in the Philharmonie Berlin | Picture:Heribert Schindler

Concert series “Ausklang”

Our new short concerts feature not only great music, but also the chance to mingle with musicians and other guests over post-concert drinks.

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Wolfgang Rihm sits at home in front of his bookshelf
Wolfgang Rihm | Picture:Monika Rittershaus

Composer in Residence 2024/25: Wolfgang Rihm

Wolfgang Rihm is one of the most frequently-performed composers of our time. His music is rich in contrast and profoundly expressive.

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Easter Festival Baden-Baden

One highlight follows the next – including Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly” and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with Kirill Petrenko.

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Musikfest Berlin at the Philharmonie Berlin

A festival with top international orchestras – and of course the Berliner Philharmoniker. This time the focus is on music from America.

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Education programme 2024/25

In our education programme, exceptional artists offer enriching encounters with music.

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The Berliner Philharmoniker on tour

Encounters with our international audiences are essential for the orchestra. Join us on our journeys through our tour blog.

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