Join one of the Philharmonie’s Guided Tours
When you push open the door of the Philharmonie, you must be ready to be caught by surprise…
Throughout the year, our team of guides reveals its thousand and one secrets through insightful and convivial tours. En français, auf Deutsch, op Lëtzebuergesch or in English – and above all in a friendly atmosphere – these visits take you from the stage to the backstage, from the secrets of the construction to the ins and outs of the concert programming.
Did you know that its iconic white columns are filled with oil, that the Big Dipper constellation illuminates the ceiling of the Salle de Musique de Chambre and that four digits play hide-and-seek between the pipes of the Grand Auditorium’s organ? Would you believe that most classical concerts are organised several years in advance and that our iconic Loopino hasn’t always been an imp?
A treat for both the eyes and the ears, the guided tours at the Philharmonie might just be the pleasure trip you were looking for in 2023/24. See you at the Artists’ Entrance for a unique encounter with the Philharmonie.
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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More visits to come…
For further information you may call us (+352) 26 02 27 930 or write an email to email@example.com
Book your tickets until five minutes before the tour.
The artist entrance is located on the right side of the Philharmonie, behind the Billetterie entrance (see plan).