Official BTHVN2020 opening ceremony

Here you can enjoy the full opening ceremony of the Beethoven anniversary year 2020 once again.

Welcome!

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

Calendar of events

The Beethoven Anniversary Year will be celebrated with a multitude of events from 16 December 2019 to 17 December 2020. Here you find an event calendar that will be expanded on an ongoing basis. Whether concerts, exhibitions or theatre performances, you will see day by day which events are on offer at the Beethoven Jubilee. 

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News

Nach dem Divertissementchen OFFENBACH zum 200. Geburtstag des großen Kölner Komponisten widmet die Bühnenspielgemeinschaft »Cäcilia Wolkenburg« im...

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Heute wurde die Fotoausstellung zum integrativen Tanzprojekt „Beethoven Moves!“ im Foyer des Stadthauses eröffnet.

 

 

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Dieses Musikprojekt will im Geiste Ludwig van Beethovens Orient und Okzident verbinden: Im Fokus von „1001 Takt zwischen Bonn und Babylon” steht der...

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Kabarett: Haus der Springmaus zeigt „Ludwig! jetzt mal unter uns“

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Am 24. Januar 2020 um 15.00 Uhr wird die Fotoausstellung zum Tanzprojekt „Beethoven Moves!“ im Foyer des Stadthauses vorgestellt.

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Beethoven steht ganz im Mittelpunkt der ganzjährigen Veranstaltungen des Netzwerkes Ludwig van B.

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Events

24
Sep

Beethoven Mystery XXL - Competition for children

Bayerischer Rundfunk, Funkhaus München | 80300 München

What's up with Beethoven? It's the middle of the night: the ingenious composer is sitting at his piano by candlelight. His hair is dripping wet and there's a pool of water on the floor. The room is pretty chaotic, he has just completed his 62nd move and the boxes are still half unpacked. Someone knocks on the door. What happened? Was Beethoven playing too loudly? Was he rude to the neighbour? Or is there a dark secret behind it all?

24.09.2019 to 15.09.2020
Side programme
11
Oct

Orpheus: Dream and Myth in Modern Art

Museum August Macke Haus | 53119 Bonn

Exhibition at the August Macke House Museum

11.10.2019 to 16.02.2020
Exhibition
12
Oct

Beethoven Tour

A multimedia tour of stations with different themes and aspects on Ludwig van Beethoven brings the composer “back to life” in a public setting. The use of incisive elements at various locations in Bonn and the Rhine-Sieg District presents Beethoven to visitors, as well as the people of Bonn and the region, in a new way.

12.10.2019 to 31.12.2020
Exhibition
21
Nov

Music! Hearing - making - feeling. An interactive exhibition

LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn | 53115 Bonn

The LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn will be presenting an interactive exhibition titled "Music! Hear, Make, Feel. The Interactive Exhibition" as part of the BTHVN Anniversary Year. The exhibition will start on 21 November 2019 and focus on music as a shared experience.

21.11.2019 to 13.09.2020
Exhibition
1
Dec

250 piano pieces for Beethoven

"250 piano pieces for Beethoven" - International Composition and Concert Project by the Bonn Pianist Susanne Kessel

01.12.2019 to 31.12.2020
Leichte Sprache

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