Revered as the «king of instruments», the organ impresses listeners not just with its imposing appearance. No other musical instrument is more versatile while producing such a powerful sound.
On the occasion of its 15th birthday, the Schuke organ at the Philharmonie displays all its splendour for two days.
House organist Maurice Clement performs with trumpet player Adam Rixer; Thomas Ospital pulls out all the stops to accompany turbulent silent films; the organ becomes the main protagonist in a family concert; and Christian Schmitt plays a classical recital – 6,768 pipes offer discoveries for long-standing and aspiring organ fans.
The Festival de l’orgue will take place as planned. Due to current circumstances, concert dates and the programmes presented may change at short notice, so we kindly ask our audience to retrieve the latest information from our website. All customers who have bought tickets to the concerts in question will be contacted by us with detailed information on the concert and refunds. The Philharmonie team is doing its best to handle all inquiries and refund requests as soon as possible, but we do ask your understanding that this may yet take a while. Needless to say, we will inform our customers and the public immediately should the current situation require further changes to our schedule of events.
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Free entry, reservation obligatory