Konzerthaus Berlin offers you a wide-ranging program, from symphony concerts to chamber music, from musical theater productions to special children's concerts, from old to modern music.
Most of these concerts are given by our Konzerthausorchester, under the direction of its Chief Conductor starting in season 2012/13, Iván Fischer. But many well-known soloists and ensembles from around the world also come by invitation of the Konzerthaus to present themselves in Berlin. This season alone, we will be hosting the Wiener Philharmoniker, the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Concentus Musicus Wien and the Festival Strings Lucerne, pianists Rudolf Buchbinder, Piotr Anderszewski and Igor Levit, violinists Daniel Hope and Ray Chen, singers Simone Kermes, Annette Dasch and Thomas Hampson as well as conductors Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Vladimir Jurowski, Michael Sanderling and Helmuth Rilling.
Bringing music close – this is our main goal. A series of unique concert formats gives you the opportunity to experience classical music in a non-confining way, such as with 2 x hören or during the Konzerthausorchester's Öffentliche Proben (rehearsals), which the conductors opens for a full hour just for you. In addition, moderation from the conductor's podium and family concerts in which you can participate and discover, belong to our range of music education.