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The Berlin Harmonic is ranked as one of the top orchestras in the world. They have an innovative and creative style that uses the finest acoustics in every performance. Over the years, the Berlin Philharmonic won numerous awards for their outstanding performances sich as the ECHO Awards, Grammys, BRIT Awards, Gramophone Awards and many more. Experience the symphonies of this world-class orchestra, book your Berlin Philharmonic Tickets, today!
About Berlin Philharmonic
The Berlin Philharmonic, known as the Berliner Philharmoniker in German, is a popular orchestra based in Berlin, Germany. As of today, they are ranked as one of the top orchestras in the world.
Berlin Philharmonic History
The Berlin Philharmonic was founded in 1882 by 54 musicians. It was originally named Frühere Bilsesche Kapelle, which literally means “Former Blise’s Band,” because the group broke away from their previous conductor Benjamin Blise.
Why did they break away from their conductor? Benjamin Blise wanted to take the orchestra to Warsaw for a concert on a 4th-class train. This led to the reorganizing of the group under the management of Hermann Wolff and the conductor Ludwig von Brenner.
Over the next few years, the orchestra grew its international reputation. Top-level conductors were invited as guest conductors, such as Hans Richter, Felix von Weingartner, Gustav Mahler, and Johannes Brahms.
The Berlin Philharmonie is the concert hall and home for the Berlin Philharmonic. Erected in 1961, after the mass destruction of most Berlin buildings in World War II, the Berlin Philharmonie is known for its unconventional architectural design.
Designed as a pentagonal yellow concert hall, the eye-catching appearance is also renowned for its mesmerizing acoustics. Known as the “vineyard style,” seating is arranged with balcony terraces that surrounded the entire orchestral platform. The Berlin Philharmonie was the first to adopt this new style which has become a popular design for other concert halls.
Digital Concert Hall
On December 18, 2008, the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra announced the official release of their Digital Concert Hall. Anyone with an internet connection can access their incredible symphonies anywhere in the world. Shows can be viewed live or on-demand and include previous performances from past concerts, such as those by Claudio Abbado in 2014.
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UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
In 2007, the Berlin Philharmonic became the first institution to be named an International UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. The Berlin Philharmonic’s Education outreach program served as a positive demonstration of their strong commitment to children and young people. They serve as a role model that focuses on improving the lives of children and their creative growth.