For security reasons, the number of visitors to the lunch concerts is limited to 1,500. Therefore, each visitor is given a chip at the entrance to the Philharmonie by a visitor services staff member. This chip is then handed back to enter the foyer where the concerts take place. It is not possible to reserve chips or to remove them from the Philharmonie for re-use. The bringing of folding chairs is not permitted for safety reasons. There are a limited number of seats available for visitors with disabilities.
Programmes for Foundation Berliner Philharmoniker concerts are available for 3.50 euros.
We offer introductions to Foundation Berliner Philharmoniker concerts in the main hall and in the chamber music hall. This may be a lecture, a discussion with one or more artists or some other form of communication about what you are about to hear in the concert hall. They begin one hour before the concert, and last about 30 minutes.
The use of the cloakroom is included in the ticket price of Foundation Berliner Philharmoniker concerts.
Please contact our lost property office if you think you have lost something at the Philharmonie.
Contact Lost Property Office
Autographs of the chief conductor or individual musicians are not kept in stock at the Philharmonie.
Tickets & subscriptions
Concessions can be requested at the box office for each concert.
Visitors with disabilities (grade B) receive a free ticket in the same price range for an accompanying person.
For detailed information on this season's subscription series, please refer to the following page: Subscription series
You can buy gift vouchers for Berliner Philharmoniker Foundation concerts – a gift which will delight any music lover. You can determine the value of the voucher, and they are available from as little as 10 euros. Recipients can decide for themselves which concert they want to attend.
Vouchers can be purchased during advance sales periods from the box office of the Philharmonie, by telephone and in writing via our box office as well as online. When ordering online, you will immediately receive an e-mail with a PDF voucher.
The vouchers can be redeemed as follows:
- When buying tickets online by entering the voucher code (under the barcode)
- By phone from our box office ( Phone + 49 30 254 88 999)
- By e-mail to our ticket office
- Directly on presentation at the box office in the foyer of the Philharmonie
Visiting the Philharmonie
Because of Hans Scharoun’s unique architecture, the Berlin Philharmonie and the Chamber Music Hall are listed buildings. As a result, accessibility is unfortunately not possible in all areas. Further information on entrances accessible to disabled persons (see appendix) and assistance provided by our event service is available on request.
Please note: due to construction work at Kulturforum, the disabled parking places indicated on the plan are currently not available.
Please note: Due of construction work at the Kulturforum, parking facilities for taxis and vehicles carrying people with reduced mobility are now on Matthäikirchplatz.
Limited metered parking is available in the grounds of the Philharmonie:
|Every started hour||2,50 Euro|
|Daily rate||20 Euro|
|Lost ticket||20 Euro|
|Overnight rate 6 pm - 5 am||7 Euro|
|Sunday flat rate||6 Euro|
Parking facilities are also available at the Sony Center (entrances on Ben-Gurion-Straße and Bellevuestraße), and in the Potsdamer Platz Arkaden (entrance to the parking garage on Reichpietschufer) and in the parking garage on Schöneberger Ufer.
Guided tours of the Philharmonie and the Chamber Music Hall are held daily at 1.30 pm (except 24, 25, 26, 31 December and 1 January).
Film and sound recordings are not permitted in the Philharmonie Hall.
Doors open at least one hour before the performance.
Live in cinemas
A current list of participating cinemas can be found at:
You can obtain information about our current programmes at: www.berliner-philharmoniker.de/en/cinema
If you are interested in presenting our concerts, please contact us at: email@example.com
We will gladly get in touch with you.
Use of the Digital Concert Hall is permitted exclusively for private purposes. Public presentations require a separate clearing of rights.