Our classical concerts at the Philharmonie Berlin
Experience concerts in the Philharmonie Berlin, a place where history has been written with music, but also where the future is created. The iconic building directly at Potsdamer Platz is the Berliner Philharmoniker's venue, but the superb sounds of our four ROC ensembles can be heard there too.
Our concert highlights at the Philharmonie Berlin
Additional dates24 Jun 20:00
Anna Rakitina & Behzod AbduraimovRundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin Janáček, Prokofiev, Dvořák
Together with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, conductor Karina Canellakis will bring the sound of Dvořák's 7th Symphony, a pinnacle of his oeuvre, to the Konzerthaus Berlin. First, Uzbek pianist Behzod Abduraimov will play Prokofiev's Concerto No. 3, an extremely popular work on account of its great musical ingenuity. The evening begins with the overture "Žárlivost" (Jealousy) to Leoš Janáček's opera "Jenufa", directly conferring a healthy piquancy to the concert.
Stella Maris BerlinRIAS Kammerchor Rautavaara, Victoria, MacMillan, Guerrero, Poulenc, Tallis
With this concert, the RIAS Kammerchor Berlin bids farewell to the 22/23 season - at least in Berlin, because afterwards it goes on tour with "Stella Maris". "Stella Maris", star of the sea, is the invocation of Mary, under this name patron saint of sailors and travelers. With Tomás Luís de Victoria's "Missa Ave Maris Stella" a Renaissance mass is heard, which finds an almost modern complement in Poulenc's Mass in G major.
Our ensembles in action at the Berliner Philharmonie
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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The first tones an audience ever heard in the great hall designed by Hans Scharoun were in 1963, with Herbert von Karajan conducting. Scharoun broke all the rules of classical music then in effect, positioning the ensemble in the centre, at the very heart of the space. In so doing, he also dared a social repositioning of classical music – a unique step at the time. This singularity had to be compensated acoustically, which occurred with the help of acoustician Lothar Cremer.
The result is a breathtaking sound space with a choir or orchestra in the middle, giving ensembles the opportunity to fully unfold musically and offer you concerts full of unforgettable moments of classical music, such as the ROC's Christmas and New Year's concerts.
Next to classical music giants like Mozart, Beethoven or Rachmaninoff, the ROC also perform younger artists such as Jelena Firssowa at their concerts in the Philharmonie. That promises extremely diverse programs, whose common denominator is always the concerts' superior quality.
Get yourself and your loved ones tickets to the Philharmonie Berlin and enjoy an incomparable evening from our program, filled with excellently performed classical music from one of our four top ensembles!