Housed within the Berliner Philharmonie, Kammermusiksaal is a sprawling concert venue in the heart of the city. The chamber music spot was established in the 1980s and serves as the younger cousin of Philharmonie, both in terms of its musical schedule and design. While it remains the primary space for Philharmonie's chamber music troupes, it also plays host to outside symphony and orchestra ensembles that enthrall audiences at the Kammermusiksaal. Berliner Philharmoniker's erstwhile main cellist, Götz Teutsch, was one of the earliest musicians to have mesmerized crowds at the Kammermusiksaal. In the past, the concert hall has also witnessed an exclusive act by the noted brass troupe, German Brass.