Konzerthaus digital

The Konzerthaus Berlin uses augmented and virtual reality elements, smartphone apps, VR glasses, streaming content and games to reach as many people as possible in their everyday lives. During the pandemic, we have expanded our expertise in the field of digital mediation and created innovative formats that will continue to be developed as a pillar of the Konzerthaus offer, even after the restrictions have been lifted. Of course, they cannot and should not replace the shared experience of a live concert at Gendarmenmarkt.

twitch canal

Live concerts, challenges, nerd talk – the “Season” uploads on the livestreaming platform twitch.tv explore questions about the Konzerthausorchester Berlin musicians’ daily lives, from “How do you tune a timpani?” to “What is everyday life like in a symphony orchestra?” Classical music in a new context, live from the Konzerthaus Berlin once a month. Developed within the framework of “dive in. Programme for Digital Interactions”.

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ˈʊmˌvɛltn̩ – Umwelten

We are developing our 2020 interactive composition “Umwelten” (Environments) – from a virtual reality experience into an augmented reality app, which can be easily accessed and experienced by anyone via smartphone or tablet! In providing this new virtual experience, we are pleased to be able to reach both our traditional and new audiences. With the kind support of “experimente#digital – a cultural initiative of the Aventis Foundation”.

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The Sounds of Berlin

"The Sounds of Berlin" experimentally tested artistic work in hybrid space and reached different audiences in multiple locations. In November 2021, the project was publicly presented live and online in three hubs. Work processes and the overall format were evaluated, documented and made publicly available as an event model. Funded as part of the Digital Development in the Cultural Sector funding program by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

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Orchestra Box

The “Orchestra Box” makes it possible to experience a symphony orchestra in a primary school classroom! 17 Konzerthausorchester musicians take their spots on the box as haptic figures. Thanks to an RFID chip, they play an excerpt from Debussy’s “Children’s Corner” – as individual instrumental parts, in specific groups or together as a group. Funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund). Arrangement with the kind support of Zukunft Konzerthaus e.V.


AR-App „Konzerthaus Plus“

With the interactive AR app "Konzerthaus Plus" you can use our digital applications such as the Virtual Quartet everywhere - simply download the app to your smartphone! In the app and under the following link you can download the download packages, print them out and scan them with the app.

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AURA explores the potential of auralisation. This technique creates virtual soundscapes in 3D, making real acoustic environments artificially audible. Auralised 3D models of participating concert halls and opera houses in Berlin, Florence and Lviv bring music from the real world into a virtual environment. What determines the sound of a piece of music in different spaces and how does architecture influence ambient sound? Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

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Digital exhibition

Following joint conceptualisation and programming with the HTW Berlin University of Applied Sciences, the digital exhibition at the Konzerthaus Berlin was opened in 2018. Seven digital installations in the vestibule at the top of the exterior staircase convey the magic and precision of musical interplay, as well as the architecture and history of the building to anyone interested. Admission is free (currently closed).

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For this event, you will not receive tickets through our webshop. You will therefore be redirected to an external page of the organizer. If you have any not completed bookings on konzerthaus.de, they will be dissolved after 20 minutes.