Konzerthaus Berlin, Außenansicht © David von Becker

Concert Hall Berlin has a unique building history. First constructed between 1818 and 1821 as the National Theatre, it is considered one of the main works of Karl Friedrich Schinkel, perhaps the most important European Classicistic architects. Schinkel only designed the exterior of the building we see today, however– it was reconstructed in great detail between 1979 and 1984 following its destruction in the war.

The interior, on the other hand, is a completely new construction – though its design is so artfully reminiscent of Schinkel's time that it gives the impression of the original. Today the Concert Hall offers a wide-ranging program, from symphony concerts to chamber music, from musical theater productions to special children's concerts, from old to modern music.

Concert Hall Berlin

10117 Berlin

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