Participatory concert for children’s orchestra
"Ludwig vom Rübenhof" – celebrate birthday with Beethoven
Works by Ludwig van Beethoven, arranged for chamber orchestra and participating children’s orchestra
Musicians of the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin
The RSB flutist Rudolf Döbler is organising a family concert for young and old, dedicated to this year’s jubilarian “Ludwig vom Rübenhof” – better known as Beethoven.
Young musicians get the opportunity to introduce different musical levels in an overall concept, be it with or without their own instrument, and to finally appear with the RSB professionals on the big stage and present the rehearsed work in concert for their relatives.
For this, they register in advance for a workshop in which they prepare for the concert repertoire together with the orchestra musicians.
Tickets in the in the RSB visitor service
Workshop (10 am): 12 €
Concert (4 pm): 10 €
Sun 17 May 2020 - 4 pm JugendKulturZenrum PUMPE, Saal
Route directions & parking location
There are no parking spaces available for visitors and parking space is controlled throughout the neighbouring area. Therefore, we recommend the journey by public transport.
The premises is handicapped accessible, however, we must point out the historic cobblestone pavement. The house in which the hall, room 1 and room 2 are located is also barrier-free and has a handicapped-accessible toilet. Room 3 is at ground level and accessible via a ramp, room 4 is not barrier-free.
There is no cloakroom available for guests.
Catering service is not offered on the premises. There is a wide range of cafés and restaurants in the area at Nollendorfplatz or Potsdamer Straße.
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.
At family and school concerts, programmes will be provided free of charge upon admission – as long as stocks last.