Führung durch das Konzerthaus Berlin
The Konzerthaus Berlin is a concert hall. It has stood on Gendarmenmarkt square in the middle of the city for over 200 years. It was once a theatre, but today people of all ages can hear a lot of music in its splendid halls. It is frequently performed live here.
The Konzerthausorchester Berlin often performs in the Great Hall. The orchestra’s home is the Konzerthaus Berlin. Other musicians travel here from all over the world to play live for our audiences.
There are also children’s concerts, theatre with music or concerts in which only certain instruments perform together. For example, two violins, a viola and a cello. Because four instruments would fit well in a small room, this is called chamber music. But here, of course, they perform in one of our halls.
There are three ways to purchase our tickets.
You can order them by calling 030 20309-2101.
You can book them on our website. Just click on the green ticket button next to the concert in the concert calendar. If there is no button, just click directly on the concert. On the next page, you will see where the tickets for this concert are sold.
You can also buy tickets directly at the Konzerthaus on Gendarmenmarkt. The Visitor Service desk is open Monday to Saturday between 12 noon and 6 p.m. and on Sundays and public holidays between 12 noon and 4 p.m.
The Konzerthaus Berlin is located directly on Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin-Mitte.
If you travel by S-Bahn, you can get off at Friedrichstraße or Brandenburger Tor.
The U-Bahn lines U2 (Hausvogteiplatz or Stadtmitte), U5 (Unter den Linden) or U6 (Stadtmitte or Unter den Linden) are also a convenient way to get to Gendarmenmarkt.
Buses 100, 147, 200, 265 and 300 also stop nearby.
Information on accessibility is compiled under Accessibility | Visitors with disabilities.