If you visit the Berliner Philharmoniker’s website often, you will notice that there have been some changes. With the launch of the new season on 23 April, we also launched a completely revised version of our website. Our goal: a user-friendly and modern website where you can quickly and easily find the content and information you are looking for. Here is a summary of the most important new features:

  • With our new concert search, you can search the concert calendar with specific keywords – for example, by composer and artist.
    Try out the search
  • In the calendar, you can now see more clearly which concerts are organised by the Berliner Philharmoniker Foundation and which by visiting organisations. The Philharmonie Berlin is not only home to the Berliner Philharmoniker, but also offers space for other orchestras and ensembles.

    Another practical function in the calendar is the programme preview. By clicking the plus sign on a calendar entry, you can view the entire programme in this page. This saves you having to click back and forth between the calendar and the details page.

    Would you like some inspiration for your concert search? Then use our topic filter to browse through the calendar and run a specific search for family concerts, for example.
    To the calendar
  • The short portraits of our musicians will gradually be supplemented with background stories: you can already find video clips, interviews and articles on individual musicians.
    To the musician portraits
  • Quick links in the menu bar will take you to our most popular pages with just one click: the calendar, visitor information and orchestra portrait. All other topics are organised under a central menu, which you can open and close with a single click.
  • What is less obvious when you first browse through the site is that we have made the new website largely barrier-free. This is reflected, for example, in larger text spacing, a larger font and stronger contrasts for improved readability. We have also improved readability for screen readers. We would like to continue improving our accessibility. Please write or give us a call if you have any problems with the readability or operation of our website.

And now: It’s time to go on an exploratory tour yourself. We hope you enjoy it, and we look forward to your feedback through our contact form.