The Berliner Philharmoniker and Kirill Petrenko in the Berlin Palace

Join us live – at the public screening in Berlin Cathedral or in the Digital Concert Hall

(Photo: SHF/Architekt: Franco Stella mit FS HUF PG)

Ludwig van Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony and richly coloured tone poems by Richard Strauss – the Berliner Philharmoniker’s open-air concert under the direction of their chief conductor designate Kirill Petrenko in the Schlüterhof of the reconstructed Berlin Palace is one of the first highlights of the still new 2018/2019 concert season. All proceeds from this charity concert will be donated to the reconstruction of the Palace façade. For all those who do not have tickets for this event, there is still the possibility to be there live: at the public screening in Berlin Cathedral.

Join us live from close by!

With free admission, anyone interested can watch the event from 4pm on an LED screen. Doors open at the Cathedral at 3.30pm. Please note: Berlin Cathedral has 1200 seats. Once these are filled, there will be no further admission. Visitors who leave the cathedral during the interval should ensure they return in time. Because even then, as soon as the seats are filled, the doors of the Cathedral will be closed. Bags and rucksacks are not permitted and must be handed in.

In addition to the public screening, there is also a broadcast in the Digital Concert Hall at 22:15 CET.