9 results, sorted alphabetically
Don't expect to hear anything ordinary at this Kreuzberg cultural centre. A varied assortment of western and oriental music is on the menu, with drinks and...
With roots dating back to 1912, the Deutsche Oper built its present 1,900-seat hall in 1961, just in time to carry the operatic torch for West Berlin during...
The bare brick walls and sparse lighting of this dingy and intimate location make it look more like a dungeon than a concert and theatre location. It has an...
Despite its name, the Komische Oper puts on a broader range than just comic works, and, after its founding in 1947, made its reputation by breaking with the...
Formerly the Schauspielhaus am Gendarmenmarkt, this 1821 architectural gem by Schinkel was all but destroyed in the war. Lovingly restored, it was reopened...
Berlin's most famous concert hall, home to the world-renowned Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, was designed by Hans Scharoun and opened in 1963. Its...
Herbert-von-Karajan Strasse 1
Dance, Music, Theatre
This former club house for craftsmen and DDR theatre workshop now presents a contemporary programme of dance, theatre, music and opera, with up-and-coming...
Concerts here might be anything from a free organ recital to a chorus of Russian Orthodox monks. Exquisite acoustics.
The Staatsoper was founded as Prussia's Royal Court Opera for Frederick the Great in 1742, and designed along the lines of a Greek temple. Although the...
Unter den Linden 5-7