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In June, it’s ‘two’s company’ for performances at the Konzerthaus Berlin
A concert is much more fun in the company of a friend! Invite a companion under 30 years of age to a performance at the Konzerthaus Berlin in June and the friend will enjoy the same benefits as a ClassicCard holder.

This summer the Gendarmenmarkt is going piazza. The vestibule of the Konzerthaus is throwing open its doors and offering impressive views of its large concert hall on the “EinBlick frei” tour. Visitors from around the globe can be found sitting on the steps up to the Konzerthaus, enjoying the view and killing time until the concert. From 1st to 3rd June the orchestra proudly presents guests from southern climes – pianist Éric Le Sage from Aix and Spanish conductor Pablo González will be performing material by Schumann and Strauss. June 4th finds pianist Saleem Ashkar taking stock of his “Encounters with Beethoven” and giving a rendition of the “Appassionata” sonatas, among other pieces. For the 16th and 18th of June Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Artist in Residence at the tail-end of the current season, has chosen Jean Sibelius’s Romantic violin concerto as her way of bidding farewell to the Konzerthaus orchestra under Iván Fischer and the Konzerthaus audience. A week earlier, on 9th and 10th June, audiences will have had the opportunity to welcome the future First Guest Conductor, Juraj Valčuha, who leads the orchestra through Bohuslav Martinů’s Sinfonia Concertante No. 1 and Leoš Janáček’s Glagolitic Mass, two rare and awe-inspiring jewels. A quite different kind of evening is to be experienced on 26th June with the refined combination of Mojca Erdmann as soprano and the delian::quartett as strings ensemble. And where to head for in the interval? Back to the steps outside, of course.

In July, ClassicCard conditions apply at all participating venues that have not taken a summer break.