Exclusive concert series in the White Hall / Palace Charlottenburg - Serenade at the royal Court
When the days were getting shorter and the nights longer, people met at the royal court for festive evening parties with candlelight and music - the chamber music ensemble of the Berlin Residence Orchestra in the White Hall in the New Wing of Charlottenburg Palace revives this tradition for you.
From mid-September 2021 you are cordially invited to listen to the sounds of Bach, Vivaldi and Pachelbel every Saturday evening in an atmospheric atmosphere.
Alla rustica, composed by Vivaldi after 1720, will delight you with its rousing sensuality and vitality. The White Hall with its bright colors and the room design inspired by nature absorbs this sensuality - music and space merge into an experience that is deeply moving.
Bach's famous “Air” - the second, slow movement from his orchestral suite No. 3 in D major, which he composed for the Collegium Musicum in Leipzig in 1732, is played for you with virtuosity by the Berlin Residence Orchestra.
The Nurenberg baroque composer Johann Pachelbel created his canon in D major in 1694, probably his most popular work. It was probably a commission for the wedding of Johann Christoph Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach's older brother. This composition still enchants the listener today - indulge in the experience of early music in the festive atmosphere of the White Hall with all your senses.
Schedule7.00 p.m. Admission to the concert
8.00 p.m. concert start
The concert will be played without a break
Since games are played in museum rooms, there are no drinks on offer.
For admission you need
- Your concert tickets or reservation number
- a personalized and updated daily negative SARS-CoV-2 antigen test report or a vaccination certificate that proves that you have been fully vaccinated for 14 days. If you have had Corona in the past six months and your illness was at least 28 days ago, we will also accept a corresponding medical or official notification
- a photo ID
On request, we can offer on-site before the start of the concert
a free quick test for you.