Festival from February 7 to 15, 2025

The “Projections” festival provides fresh synapses in the head and the necessary food for the soul at the end of winter. Over ten days, it becomes a canvas for new ideas and combines music with light, colors, shapes and visions. With this powerful combination, the Konzerthaus Berlin is bringing an old discussion into the present: does music need an extra-musical ally? In the visual world of the 21st century, it should be tried out again and again - at least when it results in such refined, synaesthetically inspiring concerts as “Projections”.


The centerpiece is the 13-hour (!) marathon in which all 32 Beethoven piano sonatas are performed, for the first time in combination with the complete cycle of paintings by the internationally acclaimed Berlin artist Jorinde Voigt. Late at night, KI continues the perspective on Beethoven in the direction of a 33rd piano sonata. The experimental Jack Quartet combines choreographed live performance with virtual worlds. In the mini-series “Visual Music Night”, visual artists and DJs join forces with classical musicians. Renowned opera lighting designer Franck Evin immerses Robert Schumann's romantic “Dichterliebe” in new colors. And in “Labyrinth” Lera Auerbach rethinks Modest Mussorgsky's classic “Pictures at an Exhibition” before taking us into her always interdisciplinary “universe”.

Concerts and events


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, they will be dissolved after 20 minutes.