Friedrichsfelde manor house

Friedrichsfelde Palace and the surrounding palace gardens take you back to 18th century Berlin.

Series of Concerts

First-class artists and winners of many international competitions dedicate themselves to performing unique works in a series of classical concerts each spring and fall. Wonderful piano and chamber music then floods the historic ballroom of Schloss Friedrichsfelde. Tickets are available online and at the Tierpark ticket offices.

 

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    String trio

    Franz Trio

    Works by Beethoven, Reger and Françaix

    Three young musicians from South Africa, Germany and France who met in the Konzerthausorchester Berlin and now perform regularly in Germany, France and South Africa. Founded in 2017 by Avigail Bushakevitz, Ernst-Martin Schmidt and Constance Ricard, the ensemble focuses on unjustly underperformed works from the 20th century.

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    Piano recital

    Martina Consonni

    Works by Haydn, Mozart, Schumann and Schubert

    Praised for her innate musicality and tonal brilliance combined with a remarkable instrumental technique, Martina Consonni has established herself as one of the most promising young pianists of her generation. With her extraordinary musical talent, she has already won more than 55 prizes at international competitions at a young age.

    "Martina is truly exceptional and a rare talent, especially in Italy. She is full of life and "Italianità", her musicality is extremely engaging." SIR ANDRÀS SCHIFF

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    String quartet

    Viatores Quartett

    Works by Haydn, Janáček and Dvořák

    The promising Viatores Quartet, founded at the Hanns Eisler School of Music Berlin by Louisa Staples, Patricio Velásquez Cárdenas, K. H. Gordon Lau and Umut Saglam, won first prize and the "Prize of the Friends of Young Musicians" at the Felix Mendelssohn Competition in 2023 and has since performed regularly in Germany and throughout Europe.

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    Cabaret, violin & piano

    Tina Teubner, Stephan Picard & Ben Süverkrüp

    Hercules - on the longing to be human - A special concert with cabaret artist Tina Teubner, Stephan Picard (violin) and Ben Süverkrüp (piano)

    Chamber music by Schubert, Sarasate, Webern, Franck, Purcell, Brahms, Fauré and Bach, closely interwoven with a story by Ben Süverkrüp. In view of the aggressive world situation, an evening that could not be more topical and comforting. Music has always been a weapon in the fight against inhumanity - and unlike a club, it does not bring death and destruction, but the knowledge of closeness and a sense of happiness.

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    Song recital

    Alice Lackner & Imke Lichtwark

    Works by Schubert, Zemlinsky, Chaminade and R. Strauss

    Alice Lackner's voice has been described by the press as "beguilingly secure, with astral heights and penetrating power" (Opera) and as "utterly enchanting" (Tagesspiegel). She works closely with the RSB under Vladimir Jurowski and with the lautten compagney under Wolfgang Katschner. They recently released a joint CD "Ernsthaft?!" (GENUIN label), on which songs by Schönberg, Zemlinsky and Daigger can be heard.

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    Piano Trio

    Max Brod Trio

    Works by Clara Schumann and Beethoven

    The award-winning piano trio, founded in 2005, has earned a firm place among the leading piano trios and can be heard nationally and internationally. The trio with Kerstin Straßburg (piano), Daniela Braun (violin) and Christoph Lamprecht (cello) has its artistic home in Berlin. Its particular interests include openness to new concepts and initiatives as well as unusual cultural projects.

    A Journey into the past

    In its current form, Friedrichsfelde Manor House presents itself as an early classical structure. However, its history dates back to 1685, and it has witnessed numerous changes in ownership throughout its eventful past. Last owned by the von Treskow family, whose final resting place is near the polar bears, it was occupied by Soviet troops in May 1945. Eventually, thanks to Professor Dathe, it became a 'weighty landmark' of the newly opened zoo in 1955.

    The restoration work, initiated in 1967, reached completion with the ceremonial reopening on June 11, 1981. The founding of Tierpark Berlin played a pivotal role in securing and reconstructing Friedrichsfelde Manor House, allowing it to shine once again in its former glory. Inside, historical wall coverings and paintings adorn the manor house. A particular highlight is the classical ballroom, which regularly hosts cultural events. Additional information about other events and regular opening times can be found here.

    Friedrichsfelde Manor House and its surrounding gardens were built in 1685, and they have witnessed the passage of numerous lords throughout their eventful history.

    Opening hours

    Today, 23. April
    9:00 - 18:30
    Last admission: 17:00
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    Feedings & Trainings

    • Giraffe-Talk 12:30
    • Free-flight show 13:30
    • Penguin talk 14:30
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