Experiencing a concert together and sharing the joy of music can be a wonderful adventure for young and old. Most events at the Pierre Boulez Saal are suitable for children, and our Family Tickets make it easy for several generations to visit the hall together.
Once again in the 2019–20 season, there will also be three programs for anyone from the age of six that offer many chances for discovery especially for young visitors. They are called Concerts for Children and Adults—needless to say, all grown-ups are welcome as well. In addition to Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale, which director Don Tanson is staging as a puppet play, there is 360 Beats, a percussion spectacular performed in the hall’s 360-degree setting, and Tubalirum, a concert of seemingly very different instruments that must first get to know each other and become friends before they can really play together.
The new series of “Elternzeit” (or “Parental Leave”) Concerts is aimed at all adults who would like to share the experience of music with their babies in an informal, inviting atmosphere. In these morning concerts, Pierre Boulez Saal artists will perform hour-long excerpts from their programs.
Concerts for Children and Adults