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



Anniversary concert on 17.12.2020

Watch the anniversary concert with Daniel Barenboim and the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra on the occasion of Beethoven's 250th birthday here.

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Calendar of events

The Beethoven Anniversary Year will be celebrated with a multitude of events from 16 December 2019 till September 2021. 

Due to the current Corona development, most of the announced events will not take place in the foreseeable future. Please contact the organizer regarding info about the event realisation and possible ticket refunds.

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The Bridgetower Project

Kammermusiksaal des Beethoven-Hauses Bonn | 53111 Bonn

Alliances and antagonists of a polarised discourse


Chamber concerts

Kammermusiksaal des Beethoven-Hauses Bonn | 53111 Bonn

Seven renowned musicians, who have toured internationally as soloists and in smaller formations, have come together for an evening of chamber music full of variety and featuring Beethoven's Septet.


Song recital - Anna Lucia Richter & Gerold Huber

Kammermusiksaal des Beethoven-Hauses Bonn | 53111 Bonn

The General-Anzeiger Bonn recently dedicated a comprehensive portrait to the emerging world career of the young Cologne singer Anna-Lucia Richter. Now she can be experienced in a recital at the Beethoven House. She used the Corona break to change her voice from soprano to mezzo-soprano, which opened up a whole new repertoire perspective for her. The sought-after accompanist Gerold Huber is her equal as a musical partner.


Screen Concerts I

Kammermusiksaal des Beethoven-Hauses Bonn | 53111 Bonn

"Sunrise" - A Song of Two Humans


Simulation as an acoustic journey through time

Kammermusiksaal des Beethoven-Hauses Bonn | 53111 Bonn


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