Finally an audience in the Philharmonie Berlin again! We are very much looking forward to welcoming you back with a total of eight concerts in June – three concert programmes with the Berliner Philharmoniker, and a chamber concert with violinist Frank Peter Zimmermann and pianist Martin Helmchen. You can purchase tickets for all concerts online and via phone. If tickets are still available, the box office will be open on the evenings of the concerts.
Notes on ticket purchase and concert attendance
Your health and safety during your visit to the Philharmonie Berlin is our top priority. A detailed and tested hygiene concept will ensure a relaxed and safe concert visit. A summary of our hygiene rules as well as information on purchasing tickets and your concert visit can be found here:
For young concertgoers up to the age of 28, we offer tickets for only 15 Euro – for instance, for the concerts with with Jean-Christophe Spinosi on 17 - 19 June.
Our concert programme in June:
Herbert Blomstedt conducts Sibelius and Brahms
And yet another symphony by Jean Sibelius will be performed in June. Herbert Blomstedt conducts the Finnish composer’s Fourth: an unfathomable, enigmatic work. With ascetic sounds and fragmentary themes, it creates a painful world of expression – and at the same time surges forward into 20th century Modernism. Blomstedt juxtaposes this work with Brahms’ Third Symphony, which the composer himself conducted with the Berliner Philharmoniker shortly after its premiere. Programm und Karten
Jean-Christophe Spinosi and Philippe Jaroussky
With this wide-ranging concert programme, both conductor Jean-Christophe Spinosi and countertenor Philippe Jaroussky make their debuts with the Berliner Philharmoniker. A musical journey through time takes us from two works of the Baroque and a symphony of the First Viennese School to Romantic bel canto. With his radiant countertenor, Philippe Jaroussky contributes arias by Vivaldi and Rossini. Programme and tickets
Frank Peter Zimmermann plays Beethoven sonatas
For Frank Peter Zimmermann, Beethoven’s ten violin sonatas are the “New Testament for the Violin” – an inexhaustible source of inspiration, challenge and joy. Each one of them is a fascinating musical cosmos of its own and shows what an exciting development the composer underwent in this genre. Frank Peter Zimmermann presents a selection of these works together with pianist Martin Helmchen. Programme