The neo-classical Konzerthaus hall is one of Berlin’s most attractive venue for top-flight classical music. The Konzerthaus concert hall was originally a theatre built by Friedrich the Great in the 18th century. While the external architecture is a detailed reconstruction of the neo-classical design by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, the interior is new but still inspired by the neo-classical style. The main auditorium, with its white and gold decorative elements, is very impressive. The most striking feature is the organ, with 74 organ stops and a total of 5,811 organ pipes. There, right at the heart of the stunning Gendarmenmarkt square, you can enjoy a memorable classical concert experience.