Music and image
Celebrating the juxtaposition of music and image, the Philharmonie presents screenings of cinema classics with live musical accompaniment (“ciné-concerts”) and experimental audiovisual projects.
Charlie Chaplin movies, Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, Carl Theodor Dreyer’s The Passion of Joan of Arc, Steven Spielberg’s Jaws and Tod Browning’s Dracula: ‘ciné-concerts’ are the opportunity to rediscover cinema classics on the big screen with live musical accompaniment.
The season offers numerous occasions to explore the connection between music and visual media, including the Qatsi trilogy by Philip Glass and Godfrey Reggio, the musical video born of a collaboration between Steve Reich and Gerhard Richter, and various children’s shows as well.
Great orchestras, international soloists, projects which shed new light on music, jazz music, pop music and world music as well as three temporary exhibitions. Catch up with 2019-20 Season’s highlights here.
Structured around a specific theme, genre, musician, instrument or geographic area, weekends at the Philharmonie offer the public a fresh take on music and its appreciation : new concert formats, family shows and activities, musical child-care…
The video streaming platform Philharmonie Live offers 60 new concerts every year and a collection of archives, available for free. Enjoy our collection of classical music, jazz, pop-rock and world music on your computer, tablet and smartphone.