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The BTHVN2020 Database contains all the events that take place within the framework of the anniversary year in Germany. As Beethoven's anniversary year is designed by various actors, ticket sales start individually by each organizer. The BTHVN2020 events which take place in Nordrhein-Westfalen are subdivided into the following genres:

Exhibition, Concert, Concert Format, Festival, Opera, Dance, Theme Week, Drama, Performance, Lecture and Congress.

Under the genre 'Side programme' you will find an abundance of events, which additionally take place nationwide in the year 2020. Information subject to change at short notice. We assume no responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of the information.

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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
13
Dec

Inside Beethoven! Das begehbare Ensemble

Lippisches Landesmuseum | 32756 Detmold

Das Erleben des musikalischen Zusammenwirkens in einem Ensemble nachvollziehbar zu machen und damit den „Klassiker“ Beethoven wirklich neu zu hören, ist im Beethovenjahr möglich. Ausgeklügelte Audioproduktionen, komplexe musikinformatische Aufbereitung und neueste Darstellungsmethoden der Musikwissenschaft und der digitalen Musikedition verbinden sich in einem Verbundprojekt der Hochschule für Musik Detmold zu einer einzigartigen Installation an der Schnittstelle zwischen Kunst und Computer.

13.12.2019 to 15.12.2020
Exhibition
14
Dec

'Beethoven at your place' - the nationwide start of the Jubilee Year

In a unique citizens’ initiative, hosts will open their homes to artists and concert visitors.

14.12.2019 to 15.12.2019
Concert
14
Dec

International Telekom Beethoven Competition Bonn

Telekom Forum | 53227 Bonn

The finale of the 2019 International Piano Competition.

14.12.2019
Concert
14
Dec

Light art project

Verschiedenste Stellen des Bonner Stadtgebiets | 53111 Bonn

Illuminations and large light sculptures create fascinating images on the five key themes of B-T-H-V-N and frame the opening week.

14.12.2019 to 22.12.2019
Performance
14
Dec

Chor- und Orgelmusik am Taufstein Ludwig van Beethovens

Remigiuskirche | 53111 Bonn

Veranstalter: St. Remigius

Zeit: 1. Samstag im Monat zur Marktzeit (ca. 45 Min.)

Verantwortlich: RK Markus Karas

Künstler: Markus Karas (14.12.) Christoph Hamm (4.1.), Lea Marie Lenart (1.2.), Wolfgang Bretschneider (7.3.), Hubert Arnold (4.4.), Günter Schürmann (2.5.), Markus Karas (6.6.), Otto Depenheuer (4.7.), Simon Botschen (1.8.), Thiemo Dahmen (5.9.), Michael Bottenhorn (10.10.), Klaus Krämer (7.11.)

14.12.2019
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