Berliner Philharmonie
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Berliner Philharmonie is a in Berlin, . Home to the Orchestra, the building is acclaimed for both its acoustics and its architecture. The Philharmonie lies on the south edge of the city's and just west of the former , an area that for decades suffered from isolation and drabness but that today offers ideal centrality, greenness, and accessibility. Its cross street and postal address is -Straße, named for the orchestra's longest-serving principal conductor. The…mehr

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Berliner Philharmonie is a in Berlin, . Home to the Orchestra, the building is acclaimed for both its acoustics and its architecture. The Philharmonie lies on the south edge of the city's and just west of the former , an area that for decades suffered from isolation and drabness but that today offers ideal centrality, greenness, and accessibility. Its cross street and postal address is -Straße, named for the orchestra's longest-serving principal conductor. The neighborhood, often dubbed the , can be reached on foot from the station. Actually a two-venue facility with connecting lobby, the Philharmonie comprises a Großer Saal of 2,440 seats for orchestral concerts and a chamber-music hall, the Kammermusiksaal, of 1,180 seats. Though conceived together, the smaller venue was added only in the 1980s.