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Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall

Also Known As: 

Digital Concert Hall (Berlin Philharmonic)

Description

The online, virtual concert venue of the Berlin Philharmonic (Berliner Philharmoniker), which offers live-streamed concert broadcasts from the Philharmonie in Berlin, a voluminous archive of past concerts ranging from 1966 to just a couple of weeks ago, and music-related documentaries and interviews.

PLEASE NOTE: After clicking on the Access Resource button below, you will land on the front page of the Digital Concert Hall, which requires an additional log-in for already authenticated Princeton users to enter the Concert Hall. On your first visit, you must set up a personal account log-in with your e-mail address and a non-UNet password for this session and all future access. If you encounter an overlay on the home page reading “Princeton University: Just for you: Free access to the Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall,” click on the “Get free and easy access - just sign up” button. If this is your first visit to the Concert Hall, fill in the boxes and click on “Sign up.” If you have already registered, click on “Go to Login” and enter the e-mail address and password that you have already created--OR, close the overlay and click the gold LOGIN button at the upper right. Log out of the resource under “settings.” Note that at the present time, Princeton’s subscription allows five simultaneous users to access the concerts or other materials at one time. It is possible that you may be turned away from logging in if the maximum number of concurrent users is viewing.