Mon 30 December 2019 - 8 pm & Tue 31 December 2019 - 4 pm | Konzerthaus Berlin

Freude, schöner Götterfunken…

Rundfunkchor Berlin

Solemn farewell to the year 2019 with Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 under the direction of our principal guest conductor

Symphony concert from € 45 with Principal Guest Conductor

Programme

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

Cast

Karina Canellakis - Conductor

Iwona Sobotka - Soprano

Virginie Verrez - Alto

Stefan Vinke - Tenor

Liang Li - Basso

Rundfunkchor Berlin

Benjamin Goodson - Chorus Master

Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin

Concert with

Concert with

Partner at roc berlin

Bridges of sound to the cosmos
LIVE BROADCAST
with starry sky projectors

Mon 30 December 2019 – 8 pm

This event is sold out.

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

Artists

Karina Canellakis

Conductor

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Virginie Verrez

Alto

Stefan Vinke © Dagmar Medina

Stefan Vinke

Tenor

Liang Li © Aopern-Agentur Kursidem & Tschaidse

Liang Li

Basso

Rundfunkchor Berlin

Benjamin Goodson © Peter Adamik

Benjamin Goodson

Chorus Master

Ticket information

Mon 30 December 2019 - 8 pm Konzerthaus Berlin

  • from € 45
  • Concert without introduction
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Tue 31 December 2019 - 4 pm Konzerthaus Berlin

  • from € 52
  • Concert without introduction
Choose a seat

Ticket Sales

It is possible to buy your tickets online at www.rsb-online.de , 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.

Reductions

Special group rates are available for school pupils and travel groups, companies, societies and major customers. Please contact our visitor service directly if you are interested.

School pupils, trainees and students up to the age of 27, as well as the unemployed, can buy tickets for the RSB's own concerts for 10 € each at the evening box office before the respective concert. This offer applies only when tickets are still available. The organisers take responsibility for the disposition of the tickets. Reductions can be granted only when buying tickets personally and presenting the corresponding documents and personal identification. No more than one reduced ticket per person may be purchased. This ticket is non-transferrable. Severely disabled persons entitled to an escort can address their request for tickets to the visitor service. This service is happy to offer advice regarding the contingent of places available.

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Route directions & parking location

Konzerthaus Berlin
Gendarmenmarkt
10117 Berlin

The Konzerthaus can be accessed easily by the following means of public transport:

Bus M48 to U Stadtmitte/Leipziger Straße + 5 minutes walk, 100 to Unter den Linden/Friedrichstraße + 5 minutes walk, 147 to Französische Straße, 200 to Unter den Linden/Friedrichstraße + 5 minutes walk

Underground U2 to Hausvogteiplatz + 3 minutes walk or Stadtmitte + 5 minutes walk, U6 to Französische Straße + 4 minutes walk or Stadtmitte + 5 minutes walk, U55 to Brandenburger Tor + 10 minutes walk

S-Bahn (city railway) S1, S2, S25, S26, S3, S5, S7, S9 to Friedrichstraße + 15 minutes walk, S1, S2, S25, S26 to Brandenburger Tor + 10 minutes walk

Car Parking
For those arriving by car, the following underground car park is available : Taubenstraße/Jägerstraße run by Contipark Parkgaragengesellschaft mbH (address of entrance: Taubenstraße 14, 10117 Berlin, The-Q). The cost of parking here is 2.00 Euros per hour. Exclusively for concert audiences: the Konzerthaus rate is 5.50 Euros for a full six hours parking. Simply get your parking ticket marked at the service desk in the foyer of the Konzerthaus.

Barrier-free accessibility

A lift, accessible via the stage entrance (Charlottenstraße), is available for the use of the physically disabled. Disabled toilets can be found close to the stage entrance and at Café Konzerthaus. Identified parking for the disabled is available in Charlottenstraße (close to the stage entrance) and Markgrafenstraße (near Taubenstraße).

Concert visitors with severely disabled passes marked B will receive a free ticket for their escort when buying a ticket. Our visitor service is happy to assist with any further questions. On site, you can contact the staff of the events service ARTIS, who will be happy to help you in any way.

Admission

For concerts with an introduction by our dramaturge, admission begins 75 minutes before the concert.
The building opens one hour before the start of concerts without such introductions.

Cloakroom

Please note that visitors may not take large bags, rucksacks or coats into the concert hall with them. However, coats can be handed in, free of charge at the cloakrooms in the entrance foyer. Please collect your coats and items of luggage as soon as possible after the end of the concert. Personal items which are not collected in good time will be left with the stage porter (rear entrance) and can be collected there upon presentation of your cloakroom ticket.

There is no fixed dress code for concerts by the RSB. Depending on your taste and how you feel most comfortable, you can attend in suit or evening gown, or in jeans and a T-shirt, for example.

Catering

The gastronomic offers at the Konzerthaus, including refreshing drinks and delicious snacks, can be found in the Ludwig-van-Beethoven-Saal or Carl-Maria-von-Weber-Saal, as well as in the snack foyer. It is possible to reserve a table in advance and pre-order drinks and a snack for the interval, personally or by telephone: tel. 030 848 55 666.
No food or drinks may be taken into the concert hall.

Concert Lenght/Duration

Symphonic and chamber music concerts generally take 2 hours including a 20-minute interval.
Attention is drawn to significant deviations from this rule in the concert calendar.

Introductions

Steffen Georgi, dramaturge of the RSB, offers free introductory talks to most symphonic concerts in the auxiliary rooms of the Konzerthaus or the Philharmonie. These take place 50 minutes (in the Philharmonie) or 60 minutes (in the Konzerthaus) before the start of the concert. The introductory talks will take place in German language. All relevant details may be found in our annotated concert calendar; see entries on respective concert dates.

Late Admission

Should you arrive too late for a concert, it will depend on the works being played when and whether there will be late admissions. Please speak to the staff of the respective venue. It may not be possible for you to take up your actual seat until the concert interval, as the music cannot be disturbed. No refund on ticket prices is possible.

Programmes

Our programmes are sold by the admission stewards before each concert and in the interval, costing 3 € each.
RSB subscribers receive a free copy of the relevant programme on presentation of a voucher.

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