Klavier-Rezital Pavel Kolesnikov & Samson Tsoy
Music moves people and brings them together – whether it is the symphony concerts of the Konzerthausorchester Berlin with our new chief conductor Joana Mallwitz and guests such as Iván Fischer and Christoph Eschenbach, or innovative educational formats. Regardless of previous education or social background, through Konzerthaus Berlin we want people to have the opportunity to get to know classical music or to pursue their long-standing passion.
In her "Expeditionskonzerten", Joana Mallwitz first takes the audience inside great works at the piano. Then the whole piece is performed together with the Konzerthausorchester. In the new "Night Sessions", she presents and conducts music on topics such as "pulse" or "improvisation" in an unusual stage situation and, together with the Konzerthausorchester, receives exciting guests. At the always enthusiastically attended "Mittendrin" concerts with Iván Fischer as conductor and presenter, the orchestra sits spread out in the stalls and the audience sits directly in between.
From afternoon espresso concerts with excellent young talents to "2x hören", which brings contemporary music closer to the audience, from the Mozart matinee with musical childcare to public rehearsals especially for school classes to the monthly live stream "Spielzeit" on „twitch“ with members of the Konzerthausorchester – we want to be a concert hall for all of Berlin and beyond.
This is reflected in our festivals: from "Aus den Fugen", when unusual artists and ensembles upset the normal course of events in the concert hall with visionary works, to homages to important personalities of the music world.
Our mission also includes networking and regular cooperation with artists and ensembles of various styles from the diverse local independent scene.
With its digital programme, the Konzerthaus Berlin offers a variety of low-threshold opportunities to prepare for or follow up on concert visits and to enter into dialogue.
„Alles bleibt anders“