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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.

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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21
Sep

Level of Difficulty: High

Siegburg City Museum | 53721 Siegburg

Tomoki Kitamura piano

 

Robert Schumann

Four Fugues for piano, op. 72 (1845)

Franz Liszt

‘Nuages gris’ for piano,, S 199 (1881)

Franz Liszt

»R.W. – Venezia« für Klavier, S 201 (1883)

Franz Liszt

‘La lugubre gondola’ no. 1 for piano, S 200/1 (1882)

Alban Berg

Piano Sonata,, op. 1 (1908/09)

Ludwig van Beethoven

Piano Sonata no. 29 in B-flat major,, op. 106 ‘Hammerklavier’ Sonata) (1817–19)

21.09.2019
Concert
21
Sep

360 Degree Percussion

Alexej Gerassimez & Percussion Group

Alexej Gerassimez drums

David Friedman drums

Julius Heise drums

 

“360 Degree Percussion”

From world music, classical music, minimal music and original compositions to jazz

21.09.2019
Concert
21
Sep

The Sick Moon

World Conference Center Bonn | 53113 Bonn

Sarah Maria Sun soprano

Ensemble Modern

amarcord

HK Gruber Conductor

 

Arnold Schönberg

‘Pierrot lunaire‘, three times seven poems from Albert Giraud's 'Pierrot lunaire' for narrator and chamber ensemble, op. 21 (1912)

Kurt Weill

‘Die sieben Todsünden‘ ‘The Seven Deadly Sins‘), sung ballet for soprano, male quartet and orchestra (1933), version for ensemble by HK Gruber and Christian Muthspiel

21.09.2019
Concert
20
Sep

200th Anniversary of the Hammerklavier Sonata

Siegburg City Museum | 53721 Siegburg

Beethoven’s most monumental piano sonata was published in 1819. It is still considered the exceptional work of its genre and remains unparalleled in piano literature with its exorbitant mental and pianistic demands. The Musikwerkstatt Siegburg will therefore be celebrating an anniversary before the great Beethoven Anniversary Year (250th birthday) and dedicating itself to this work in a several-day conference.

20.09.2019 to 22.09.2019
Theme Week
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