Tonhalle Düsseldorf
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Concert Hall

Tonhalle Düsseldorf

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In the location's words:

In 1926, a beautiful planetarium was built on the banks of the Rhine in Düsseldorf. It was supposed to make the approximately 5,984,000,000 kilometers from the sun to the outermost planet of our system a little more manageable. As so often in history, everything turned out quite differently.

In the 1970s, the city-famous hemisphere became a concert hall where the public met to explore the infinite expanse of culture and to be inspired by international stars from all genres. This ranged from classical music to jazz, chanson, soul and cabaret.

In 2005, the conservative paint scheme of the large concert hall gave way to a modern ambience in metallic blue. The acoustics are magnificent thanks to sophisticated and ingenious sound deflection. Visually, the Tonhalle is now once again what it always was, thanks to light-emitting diodes and a sophisticated lighting concept: a "planetarium of music. The starry sky of Düsseldorf makes the concerts here a special experience. Intendant Michael Becker is enthusiastic about the attraction of the Tonhalle: "Since the square was acoustically brought into the round of the Tonhalle, we all give ourselves with relish to the concerts under the starry sky."

More than 450 concerts with over 300,000 spectators per year make the "Planetarium of Music" a great forum for culture and a place of encounter. Because in the long years, two things in particular have not changed: the wide spectrum and the not infrequently euphorically celebrated discoveries in Germany's most beautiful concert hall.

Source: Tonhalle Düsseldorf

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