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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
Mar

The Ninth | 8 pm

Opernhaus Bonn | 53111 Bonn

Program

 

Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125, with the final chorus about Friedrich Schiller's ode 'To Joy' (1822–24)

 

Artists

 

Janai Brugger soprano

Elisabeth Kulman mezzo soprano

Sebastian Kohlhepp tenor

Michael Nagy bass baritone

Mitglieder des Chores der Kreuzkirche Bonn

Karin Freist-Wissing preparation

Chorus of Perm Opera

musicAeterna orchestra of Perm Opera

Teodor Currentzis Conductor

21.03.2020
Concert
21
Mar

Passion Songs – the Suffering Beethoven

Versöhnungskirche Bornheim | 53332 Bornheim

The Evangelical Brass Choirs of Bonn Rhein-Sieg Play Passion Music. Musical director: State Brass Choir Director KMD Jörg Häusler

A contemplative evening during Lent.

Presenters: Michael Geffert and Friedemann Schmidt-Eggert

21.03.2020
21
Mar

“Die Relation der Unschärfe” | Artist Talk

Das Esszimmer - Raum für Kunst+ | 53129 Bonn

Artist Talk: Saturday 21 March 2020, 7:00 pm

Christoph Dahlhausen talks to Michael Graeve, via skype

21.03.2020
Side programme
21
Mar

Beethoven's 250th Anniversary: A Tribute with Pianist Bum-Suk Kim

Kulturraum Auerberg | 53117 Bonn

CANCELLED

 

On the occasion of the Beethoven Anniversary Year, there will be two classical music concerts at the Kulturraum Auerberg by pianists of different generations. The pianist Bum-Suk Kim, founder and Artistic Director of the Cologne Franz Liszt Academy, will perform the second concert.

21.03.2020 to 21.03.2020
Side programme
21
Mar

Tracing the Footsteps of Power

Stadthalle Attendorn | 57439 Attendorn

Project concert by "Blau-Weiss" Lichtringhausen music club titled "Tracing the Footsteps of Power” (Auf den Spuren der Macht)

21.03.2020 to 21.03.2020
Concert
21
Mar

Beyond the Sonatas

Kammermusiksaal des Beethoven-Hauses Bonn | 53111 Bonn

Piano series with seven recitals of works by Beethoven for piano beyond his sonatas; played by outstanding pianists of the younger generation, such as Nicholas Angelich.

21.03.2020 to 10.10.2020
Concert Format
14
Mar

My Son Ludwig

Mutter-Beethoven-Haus | 56077 Koblenz

The chamber drama takes the audience to the birthplace and deathbed of Maria Magdalena, the mother of the famous Ludwig van Beethoven, with a touching, emotional performance featuring a pianist and Beethoven’s music.

14.03.2020 to 03.05.2020
Drama
13
Mar

International Beethovenfest Bonn 2020 »Be embraced«

various venues |

Special spring edition of the Bonn Beethovenfest.

13.03.2020 to 22.03.2020
Festival
12
Mar

BTHVN2020 Musikfrachter

Due to the current corona development, the BTHVN2020 Musikfrachter will not start its tour to Vienna. All events with public traffic are stopped with immediate effect. 

But life on the freighter continued: On the weekend of March 28 and 29, the BTHVN2020 Musikfrachter broadcasted a 24-hour online…

12.03.2020 to 19.04.2020
Performance
16
Feb

Salvador Dalí and Hans Arp. The Birth of Memory

Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck | 53424 Remagen

For the first time, a major exhibition endeavours to show the hitherto unnoticed parallels between the contemporaries Salvador Dalí and Hans Arp. Both artists developed a unique and individual visual language in the Surrealist circle of Paris.

Part of the exhibition is also dedicated to Dalí's fascination with his fellow radical artist Ludwig van Beethoven.

16.02.2020 to 16.08.2020
Exhibition
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