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Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall

The Berliner Phiharmoniker Digital Concert Hall database banner logo superimposed onto an orchestra performance.

Getting Started

Creating An Account: 

In order to access recorded streamed video and live concerts from the Berliner Philharmoniker, you will be prompted to create a free account. Creating a free account will give you access to interviews, education program films, concert recordings, and even live streaming concerts. 

Make sure you create an account when accessing the database from an on-campus computer or through the University's EZProxy. Once an account has been created, you can log in from off-campus without the use of EZProxy.

Your account will be tied to the University subscription automatically, which will give you access to all live broadcasts and videos anywhere – as often as you like, on the device of your choice.


   A screenshot highlighting a pop-up window on the Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall database where you will be prompted to create a free account.

Share Concert Videos with Permalinks

In order to share a link directly to a particular concert video, simply copy the link from your browser address bar. You will be able to access the shared link for free as long as you are logged into your account that you created from an on-campus computer.

Users receiving shared permalinks from other users will need to have an account established with the Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall website.

Make sure they create an account using our University's EZproxy URL which should look like this:


Follow these steps to construct a link with the correct proxy information:

  • Copy link from browser address bar. It should look like this:
  • Add the proxy prefix:
  • The resulting URL should look something like this:

Access Anywhere

Download the Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall on your smartphone or tablet:

Keep Up to Date

Berliner Philharmoniker: System Requirements

It is recommended that desktop users view concerts in the Chrome browser.  Visit the Google Chrome website to download the latest version of Chrome

If you use Firefox or Internet Explorer (IE) and you experience playback issues, try updating Flash Player on your computer.  Visit the Adobe Flash Player website to download the latest version of Flash.

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