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Ludwig van Beethoven is the most frequently performed of all classical composers. He was also a radical artist who constantly reinvented himself, expanded the boundaries of music and posed questions to society. Even today he inspires people all over the world. BTHVN2020 will celebrate the 250th anniversary of his birth by mobilising people and opening up a wide range of perspectives – both on and about Beethoven more

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The new BTHVN2020-Trailer produced especially for the ITB 2019 shows all our Main themes: Beethoven as a Bonn-born cosmopolitan, as Composer, as...

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Programmvorschau des Beethoven-Jubiläumsjahres vom zweiten BTHVN2020 Presse-Talk am Dienstag den 5. März 2019 in Bonn.

 

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Beethoven-Jubiläum 2020: Bonn und Rhein-Sieg-Kreis laden mit zahlreichen kulturellen Veranstaltungen zur Entdeckungsreise ein

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Ab sofort und bis zum 31. März 2019 können Projektträger aus Musik, Bildung und Kunst wieder öffentliche Fördergelder für ihr Projekt zum 250....

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Beethoven Jubiläums Gesellschaft unterstützt 59 weitere Projekte zum Jubiläumsjahr mit rund 3,75 Millionen Euro Die dritte Förderrunde für das...

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Beethoven Jubiläums Gesellschaft präsentiert mit Bonner Intendanten und Museen beim

BTHVN2020 Presse-Talk erste Programmhighlights des...

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Events

18
May

Kunst-Installation "Unser Ludwig"

500 x Beethoven on the Münsterplatz! A picture that will go around the world from Bonn. In the spring of 2019, 500 Beethoven statues will be installed on the Münterplatz - where the world-famous Beethoven monument, which Franz Liszt unveiled in 1845, stands.

18.05.2019 to 02.06.2019
Exhibition
7
Jul

Concert 'Strong children's voices - well tuned for life'

Start: 3 pm

Moderation: Dr. Eckart von Hirschhausen

07.07.2019 to 07.07.2019
Concert
21
Sep

Music! Hearing - making - feeling. An interactive exhibition

LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn | 53115 Bonn

An inclusive interactive exhibition that addresses the universal functions of music on our planet.

21.09.2019
Exhibition
15
Oct

Beethoven Story

A multimedia tour with stations in public spaces revives Beethoven’s life and times in his native town of Bonn and the Rhine-Sieg district. How did Beethoven live, what factors influenced his development, how did the city and the region help to shape him? What vestiges of the past are still visible today?

15.10.2019
Exhibition
1
Dec

250 piano pieces for Beethoven

"250 piano pieces for Beethoven" - Internationales Kompositions- und Konzertprojekt der Bonner Pianistin Susanne Kessel.

01.12.2019 to 31.12.2020

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