Explore the building’s architecture and questions of programming, and of course guided tours also take you through the Grand Auditorium, the Salle de Musique de Chambre, the Espace Découverte and the foyer. Participants also get an impression of the backstage area. Guided tours depend and are adapted to the current artistic activities in the building, but you may encounter musicians and technicians and catch a glimpse of a rehearsal. Discover places usually closed to the public and look behind the scenes of concert life.
The languages of the guided tours are announced beforehand, but they may also be adapted to visitors’ needs at the beginning of the tour.
Come visit and discover the Philharmonie as you have never seen it before!
Do you know how a concert comes to be, and what does music tell us? What actually happens backstage, what does the structure of a concert hall look like, and what challenges face the musicians? The Philharmonie’s Family Tours offer fascinating glimpses behind the scenes, and a playful view of all the things that are necessary to make a concert happen.
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photo: Wade Zimmerman
Get your tickets online until an hour before the visit.
The artist entrance is located on the right side of the Philharmonie, behind the Billetterie entrance (see plan).