Carillon in Berlin-Tiergarten
Concerts in 2021

Concerts on various Sundays from
the beginning of May
until the beginning of October at 4 p.m.

Holiday Concerts:

At 4 p.m. Easter Sunday and Monday April 4 and 5, Pentecost Sunday and Monday May 23 and 24 and Day of German Unity, Sunday October 3.

At 2 p.m.
Advent Sundays November 28 and December 5, 12 and 19, and Christmas and Boxing Day,
Saturday, December 25 and Sunday, December 26.
Programs of classical works, popular melodies, carillon music, and music suited to each holiday.

Jeffrey Bossin
, Berlin carillonneur

Guest concerts:
Sunday, August 22 at 4 p.m. Carillonneur: Roy Kroezen, Centralia, Illinois, USA.
September 5 at 4 p.m. Carillonneur: Jasper Depraetere, Lier, Belgium.

All concerts are free. You can also stay at home and watch them on your computer on YouTube. You can download the programs here, print them or view them on your smartphone or ipad at

Click here to listen to excerpts from
Johnson's Chartres from part three of A Carillon Book for the Liturgical Year, Berger's Etude in B-flat minor op. 12 no. 8 and Mendelssohn's Song without Words in E minor op. 62 no. 3 played by Jeffrey Bossin on the Carillon in Berlin-Tiergarten.


Photo: Stefanie Becker
Concerts in September and October, 2021
Carillonneur: Jeffrey Bossin, Berlin.

Closing Concert of the Berlin Carillon Season 2021.
September 12 at 4 p.m.
Carillon music from the USA:
Works by Barnes, Blackwood, Felciano, Johnson, Pozdro and White.

View and download the program here.

Concert for the Day of German Unity
Sunday, October 3 at 4 p.m.
Music from Berlin: Songs by Lincke, Lucas and Woitschach and works by Berger, Mendelssohn and Torp.
View and download program here.

Guest Concert
September 5 at 4 p.m.
Music by Gounod, Nieuwenhuijsen, Piazolla, Pieters and Rush.
Jasper Depraetere, carillonneur, Lier, Belgium.
View and download the program here.

Carillon concert to mark 160 years of Japanese-German Friendship
September 19 at 4 p.m.
Music from Japan including works by Michio Myagi, Rentaro Taki and Kengo Yatsuhashi  and the premiere of a new pieces by Naoto Omasa and Toru Takao as well as music from Germany by Bach, Handel and Schumann. 
Carillonneurs: Toru Takao, Emmerich, Germany and Jeffrey Bossin, Berlin.
View and download the program here.


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