noisy Rooms in Berlin –
for people who love music

We opened noisy Rooms at Warschauer Straße 70 a in 2001 because we wanted to offer musicians a place where they can be creative in an excellent environment. noisy Rooms has been at the House of Music on the RAW site in Berlin-Friedrichshain since April 2019. New place, same mission.

Musicians always need a place where they teach and work, where they can meet like-minded people, and where they can make contacts. They need a place where they can just be musicians – noisy Rooms has it all.

More than just a rehearsal room

Our rehearsal rooms are of course the heart of noisy Rooms: The 23 rehearsal rooms are centrally located and easily accessible; the acoustics are sound-studio quality, and the prices are fair.
But there is much more to a good rehearsal and to music. That's why we have a shop for music accessories, various storage options, and a restaurant area – our noisy Services.
Plus: You’ll meet the real local music community at noisy Rooms. You can get into your music, play alone or with your band, or jam spontaneously ...

Fairness is important to us!

noisy Rooms works as sustainably as possible, deals socially and equally with our employees and is transparent at all levels. Since April 2019 noisy Rooms has been operating under the conditions of the common good economy (GWÖ)

That means noisy Rooms is geared exclusively to the needs of musicians, employees, and the national and international music scene – and doesn't strive for profit maximization. Click here if you want to know more about the common good economy (GWÖ).

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We set up the rehearsal rooms at Warschauer Straße 70 a in 2001 with our funds and effort. We're proud of that. Our concept of renting rehearsal rooms by the hour went down well with the Berlin music scene.
Local bands and musicians began rehearsing at noisy Rooms starting at the beginning of the 2000s. Today we host:

  • National and international musicians
  • Street musicians and world stars
  • Beginners and professionals
  • Punk bands and Free Jazz
  • Opera singers and singer-songwriters

But we know where our roots are: in our neighborhood. We live here and make music here – with the young people who take classes at the jam school and rehearse with us, with the students doing internships and coming to sessions, with the people from the neighborhood and with everyone who loves music like us!