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This is by far one of the coolest spaces in the city to see live music. Designed by architect Wilhelm Kreis in 1925, the building is easily spotted by its distinctive green dome; inside, the 2,000-seat concert hall, situated directly beneath the dome’s curving, mirror-clad ceiling, both looks and sounds spectacular. The Düsseldorf Symphony as well as the Youth Orchestra play regularly here; there are also guest concerts of classical, jazz and contemporary music. (If you can’t afford a ticket to the Tonhalle, once a month, international professional pianists play a concert at the Steinway & Sons store on Immermannstrasse 14-16; some performances are free, others are around 15 euro.)