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In April it’s ‘two’s company’ for performances in the Konzerthaus Berlin
Attending a concert is nicer if you take a friend along. Take anyone under 30 with you to the Konzerthaus Berlin in April and they will enjoy the same benefits as a ClassicCard holder.

One option would be the guest performance by the Orchestre de Chambre de Paris featuring star cellist Gautier Capuçon and spanning works by Haydn, Rossini and Ravel. Or savour our symphony concert on 12th, 13th and 14th April with Dennis Russell Davies conducting and including works such as Leonard Bernstein’s Serenade after Plato’s “Symposium”, the famous banquet in praise of Eros, the Greek god of love, and the “Dance of the Seven Veils” evoking the court of ancient King Herod, a dance which Richard Strauss expects from the eponymous soprano in his opera “Salome” (she desires the head of John the Baptist on a silver platter). Little prospect of a happy end, but fine music guaranteed.
Is Brahms your cup of tea? If so, turn up on 22.04 and spend an entire Sunday indulging your love of his music at the Brahms Marathon, a celebration of the maestro’s chamber music and orchestral concerts. For further information, visit konzerthaus.de/brahms-marathon or classiccard.de. Or is jazz more your thing? Then take the tip of our artist-in-residence Cameron Carpenter on 12.04 and catch a concert featuring 16-year-old jazz organist and pianist Matthew Whitaker and his quartet. And on 26.04 check out our laid-back Rush Hour concert with the Lorenz Kellhuber Trio, which kicks off earlier than usual at 6pm.

In May the two-for-one venue switches to the Deutsche Oper Berlin.