Since 2008, the Digital Concert Hall has been showing the concerts of the Berliner Philharmoniker in both audio and video – a pioneering feat that is still unique in this form in the world of classical music. Now the website of the Digital Concert Hall has been completely redesigned.
Its appearance, for example, is new: the homepage clearly presents all upcoming live broadcasts, the archive with more than 650 concerts, playlists on various topics and much more. New search and filter functions make it quick and easy to find what interests you most, whether it’s Tchaikovsky performances with Kirill Petrenko or all New Year’s Eve concerts since 1977.
The sound and picture quality has also been improved. With the Safari browser on Apple devices, archive concerts can be played with high-resolution audio at 24 bit/48 Khz and a picture resolution of up to 4K UHD. This quality should also be possible on other web browsers in the future.
The Digital Concert Hall is still available as an app for mobile devices and TVs.