Mon 30 December 2019 - 8 pm | Zeiss-Großplanetarium Berlin

Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in the Zeiss-Großplanetarium

Bridge of sound - live broadcast of Beethoven's 9th Symphony in the Zeiss-Großplanetarium with starry sky projectors

live broadcast € 25 with starry sky projections


Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in D minor, op. 125 with final choral of Schiller’s “Ode to Joy”


Karina Canellakis - Conductor

Iwona Sobotka - Soprano

Virginie Verrez - Alto

Stefan Vinke - Tenor

Liang Li - Basso

Rundfunkchor Berlin

Benjamin Goodson - Chorus Master

Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin

Partner at roc berlin

Cooperation partner

Bridges of sound to the cosmos

The fascination of the tent of sky looming over the earth seems to be as old as human history itself. Thanks to the findings of research, we can now experience virtual voyages through space as well as space and time planetarium – astonishment at the speed of light.

Enjoy Beethoven’s 9th Symphony conducted by principal guest conductor Karina Canellakis with unrestricted view of this starry sky in the Zeiss-Großplanetarium (Prenzlauer Allee 80, 10405 Berlin) – spherical, heavenly sounds in the truest sense of the word.

Only the audio transmission from the Konzerthaus Berlin will take place, no video transmission.

Here you will find about our concert broadcasts into the Zeiss-Großplanetarium

Here you will find the concerts: Beethoven’s 9th Symphony on 30 and 31 December 2019 in the Konzerthaus Berlin


Karina Canellakis


Iwona Sobotka © Michal Heller

Iwona Sobotka


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Virginie Verrez


Stefan Vinke © Dagmar Medina

Stefan Vinke


Liang Li © Aopern-Agentur Kursidem & Tschaidse

Liang Li


Rundfunkchor Berlin

Benjamin Goodson © Peter Adamik

Benjamin Goodson

Chorus Master

Ticket information

Mon 30 December 2019 - 8 pm Zeiss-Großplanetarium Berlin

  • € 25
sold out

Ticket Sales

It is possible to buy your tickets online at , by telephone, email or in person at our visitor service, or at the daytime or evening box office. Book your tickets until the last working day before the respective concert on our homepage and simply print them out at home in A4-format. Payment is by credit card; a processing fee of 2 € will be charged. This possibility is available for concerts in the Konzerthaus Berlin and the Philharmonie Berlin. All theatre box offices, travel agents and advance ticket sales offices in Berlin and Brandenburg affiliated to “eventim” also sell tickets for concerts by the RSB. The customary advance ticket fees and, where relevant, costs for postage will be charged. The evening box office opens one hour before the concert starts on the day of the concert. If an introductory event is taking place before the concert, the evening box office will open 90 minutes before the concert begins.

Route directions & parking location

Prenzlauer Allee 80
10405 Berlin

We recommend the journey by public transport.

S41, S42, S8, S85 Prenzlauer Allee

M2 Fröbelstraße
M10 Prenzlauer Allee/Danziger Straße

156 S Prenzlauer Allee (Grellstraße)

Car Parking
There are only insufficient parking options in the immediate vicinity.

Barrier-free accessibility

The planetarium hall is wheelchair accessible. An induction loop for hearing aids is available.


The planetarium hall will be open 10 minutes before the start of the concert.


If you want, you can carry your jacket and purse with you to the planetarium hall. However, larger bags, school satchels and backpacks, as well as umbrellas and other bulky items are to be handed over to the cloakroom free of charge.


Unfortunately, there is no catering service in the Zeiss-Großplanetarium.

Late Admission

For safety reasons, no more access to the planetarium hall can be granted after the commencement of an event.

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