The UdK Concert Hall is one of the showpieces of Berlin’s cultural life. With its glass-enclosed foyer and crisp, clear lines, the UdK Concert Hall is considered an outstanding example of the Berlin architectural style of the 1950’s.
Far from the hustle and bustle of other galleries and outside the established institutions, emerging young artists present their work in fascinating group exhibits.
The building on Bundesallee provides ideal spaces for intimate chamber music programs. In addition, it is regularly used for lectures, symposiums, competitions, master classes, and even final examinations in instrumental courses, which are often open to the public.
If you wish to spend an evening in the elegant atmosphere of a 19th century “salon,” the Kammersaal of the UdK Berlin is the place to be. The charming Kammersaal, at the center of the former Berlin Academy of Music, is a delightful venue for evening lectures, chamber music concerts, and readings.
In its well-equipped Georg Neumann Hall at Charlottenburg’s Einsteinufer, the Jazz-Institute Berlin (JIB) hosts numerous concerts, sessions, and workshops by and with international stars of the jazz scene, as well as with its own students.
Our own theatre hall in the middle of Berlin’s Charlottenburg district provides a glimpse of the education at UdK Berlin. Here you can witness young artists as they embark on their careers.
The luminous foyer of the UdK building at Einsteinufer is a popular space for communication and presentation. Designtransfer, the gallery and transfer point of the College of Architecture, Media and Design, regularly uses the large space for its current design work, as well as for project presentations, lectures, and other events.