Berlin’s cultural life is waking up oh so slowly. But: it’s waking up again! Art venues have reopened a while ago, and so have (open air) cinemas. Now, the first few theatres catching up, too. And we’re really excited that the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra are starting their season again!
To kick things off, we can offer you a very special treat. Our readers are invited to take part in the dress rehearsal for the first concert of the season! Only 400 visitors can come, and we’re giving away half of the tickets – 100×2 free tickets in total!
Season opening of the Berliner Philharmoniker: How you can take part in the raffle
We’re giving away 100×2 tickets for the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra’s season opening. Chief conductor Kirill Petrenko and the orchestra will present two pieces: Schönberg’s “Verklärte Nacht” in the Version for string orchestra from 1943, and Brahms’ Symphony No. 4 in E minor.
You want to be a part of this? Send us an email with the subject “Generalprobe” to [email protected] with details for one of the two participants: name, first name, address, email address, and mobile phone number. Winners will be informed soon! The tickets for two people will be send via email and as mobile tickets, if applicable.