Our classical concerts in Berlin 2023

Berlin is no less than a centre of classical music – and that's also due to the four top ROC ensembles. You can experience classical concerts by the ensembles at a wide variety of venues with distinctive charm and unique atmosphere. They'll provide you with evenings of exquisite musical pleasure!

Our ensembles in action

The ROC ensembles give their all to play the music as vividly and make it as palpable for you as possible.

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Our concert locations

  • Tempodrom

    Major events at an impressive location

  • Zeiss-Großplanetarium Berlin

    Music under a starry sky

  • Konzerthaus Berlin

    A monument to Karl Friedrich Schinkel's architecture

  • Philharmonie Berlin

    One of Berlin's most important concert halls

  • Heimathafen Neukölln

    Ballroom for theatre and music

  • Haus des Rundfunks

    The best address in Berlin for radio and concerts

  • Pauluskirche Zehlendorf

    Asymmetrical red-brick Gothic church

  • Kühlhaus Berlin

    Formerly Europe's largest cold storage warehouse

  • Theater im Delphi (former movie theatre Delphi)

    Formerly a large cinema with flair

  • Kraftwerk Berlin

    First heating and power station, then techno club, now unique event venue

  • Pergamonmuseum

    A site of high culture on the Museum Island

  • Berlin Cathedral

    Experience music here in a completely different way

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Our newest CD releases

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Alfred Schnittke: Film Music Vol. 5

Alfred Schnittke
Frank Strobel, Dirigent
Rundfunkchor Berlin
Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin

Bruckner Mass in E Minor

Bruckner: »Messe in e-Moll« & Strawinsky: »Messe«

Pentatone Music
Rundfunkchor Berlin
Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin

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Johannes Brahms: Chorwerke

Sony Classical
Rundfunkchor Berlin
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin

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Khamush

James Wood, Komponist & Dirigent
RIAS Kammerchor Berlin

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Mass in B-Minor

Johann Sebastian Bach, Komponist
René Jacobs, Dirigent
RIAS Kammerchor Berlin

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Ticciati & Tetzlaff – Violinkonzerte

Christian Tetzlaff Violine
Robin Ticciati Dirigent
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin

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Hans Winterberg

Jonathan Powell
Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin
Johannes Kalitzke

Der Blaue Vogel Cover

Engelbert Humperdinck: Der blaue Vogel

Engelbert Humperdinck: Der Blaue Vogel
luri Tetzlaff (Sprecher)
Rundfunkchor Berlin
Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin
Steffen Tast

Our next concerts

Classical concerts of our ROC ensembles in Berlin

The four top ROC ensembles take classical music to a level that make the concerts you attend become unforgettable moments full of pleasure and musical passion. The classical concerts in Berlin take place at locations suiting the occasions – venues such as the Berliner Philharmonie, the Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt and the Haus des Rundfunks offer a superb atmosphere in which music can unfold wonderfully. 

In addition, many concerts also take place at venues in Berlin that provide classical music with a completely different background: for example, the ensembles invite you to chamber concerts at the Kühlhaus Berlin, the Heimathafen Neukölln or the Studio 14, where you can completely indulge in the music and the partly industrial, partly simply Berlin charm of the locations in a casual environment.

Concert locations of the ROC ensembles

Old masters, new pioneers

Besides works by old masters such as Mozart, Mahler and Bruckner, the ensembles also commit to new compositions full of adventures in sound and artistic risk-taking enabling them, together with you, to venture into new musical spheres. 

The ROC – two top class orchestras and two extraordinary choirs

After the fall of the Berlin Wall, many museums from East and West were merged and given a West direction. The ROC is the result of the decision to do things differently. That's why we have the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin - that's why we have the Rundfunkchor Berlin and the RIAS Kammerchor Berlin. We took this step to preserve the East German cultural landscape. But we took this step above all because the reputation and musical quality of each of these ensembles still speak for themselves today. Each ensemble has its own spirit, its own color, its own way of experiencing classical music in its concerts.

Art and culture live through diversity. We have been able to preserve and promote this diversity in music with our four ensembles. And you can experience this diversity live in over 200 classical concerts they give for you each year!