How much are tickets to the Berlin Philharmonic?

All tickets for the Philharmonie Berlin cost €15, and €8 for the Chamber Music Hall. The online reservation fee is €3. The offer is valid for the respective programme from the first day of advance sales. For holders of the berlinpass, tickets are available at the box office for €3, depending on availability.

Is the Berlin Philharmonic open?

The Philharmonie Berlin remains closed for the time being, but the Berliner Philharmoniker will continue to play digitally. “We invite fans of the Berliner Philharmoniker worldwide to become part of our online family and through these concerts we offer them a shared experience.”

Where is the Berliner Philharmoniker?

Berliner Philharmonie
Type Concert Hall
Location Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany
Address Herbert-von-Karajan-Straße 1, 10785 Berlin
Coordinates 52°30′36″N 013°22′12″ECoordinates: 52°30′36″N 013°22′12″E

Is the Berlin Philharmonic the best orchestra in the world?

The Berlin Philharmonic has won its fair share of ECHO Awards, Grammys, BRIT Awards, Gramophone Awards, and many other accolades. It is consistently ranked one of the top orchestras in the world, and it often holds the number one spot in this regard.

Who is the chief conductor of Berlin Philharmonic?

Kirill Petrenko

Berlin Philharmonic
Founded 1882
Location Berlin, Germany
Concert hall Berliner Philharmonie
Principal conductor Kirill Petrenko

Who conducted the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra?

The Berlin Philharmonic’s history as a major world orchestra began when noted pianist-conductor Hans von Bülow was its principal conductor (1887–92).

What is the most prestigious orchestra?

Best Orchestras In The World: Greatest Top 10

  • The London Symphony Orchestra.
  • The LA Philharmonic.
  • The Orchestra Of The Age Of Enlightenment.
  • The Royal Concertgebouw.
  • The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
  • The Aurora Orchestra.
  • The New York Philharmonic.
  • The Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.

What is the oldest orchestra in the world?

The Royal Danish Orchestra
The Royal Danish Orchestra is the oldest orchestra in the world and one of the most distinguished. Its first musicians were recruited in 1448 and there have been over 1000 members of the ensemble since. It has been led and conducted by some of the greatest names in musical history.

What are the four different families of instruments in an orchestra?

These characteristics ultimately divide instruments into four families: woodwinds, brass, percussion, and strings.

Where can I buy tickets for the Berliner Philharmoniker concert?

Tickets for concerts of the Berliner Philharmoniker Foundation are sold at the box office in the foyer of the Philharmonie, by telephone and via the Internet.

What kind of orchestra is the Berlin Philharmonic?

The Berlin Philharmonic (in German: Die Berliner Philharmoniker), is an orchestra based in Berlin, Germany. In 2006, a group of ten European media outlets voted the Berlin Philharmonic number three on a list of “top ten European Orchestras”, after the Vienna Philharmonic and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.

Is there a virtual tour of the Berlin Philharmonie?

Discover the Philharmonie Virtual tour. Take a virtual stroll through the Berlin Philharmonie, wander through the foyers, the chamber music hall and the main concert hall – you can even view the concert hall from Sir Simon’s place on the conductor’s stand!

Is the box office at the Berlin Philharmonic closed?

The box offices at the Philharmonie Berlin are closed until further notice. Please contact our ticket office online or by phone (+49 (0) 30 254 88-999) for refunds of purchased tickets. The Philharmonie Berlin is not just the house of the Berlin Philharmonic, it is also the stage for many other artists, ensembles and orchestras.