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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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30
Nov

Interpretations in Comparison

Bayerischer Rundfunk, Funkhaus München | 80300 München

Symphony No. 9 in D minor, op. 125 in selected discography recordings

30.11.2020
Side programme
30
Nov

the non bthvn project - composition 21/25

Kölner Philharmonie | 50667 Köln

With its "non bthvn project", KölnMusik has declared the Kölner Philharmonie a Beethoven-free zone: the commissioned composers use as inspiration for their works what Beethoven may never have expressed.

30.11.2020 to 30.11.2020
Concert
27
Nov

Moved by the sound. The cinema and Ludwig van Beethoven

Zeughauskino | 10117 Berlin

Sometimes ruthlessly, but usually turning things radically upside down: the cinema creates its own version of Ludwig van Beethoven's work.

27.11.2020 to 22.12.2020
13
Nov

Beethoven as fuel

Beethoven-Haus Bonn | 53111 Bonn

Special exhibition of the Paul Sacher Foundation.

Daily between 10-18 o'clock

13.11.2020 to 02.03.2021
Exhibition
7
Nov

Music as a Source of Inspiration – Beethoven in Contemporary Art

Mittelrhein-Museum | 56068 Koblenz

The musical oeuvre of Ludwig van Beethoven has time and again inspired painters, graphic artists and visual artists to create their own works. The past few decades, in particular, have witnessed a growing willingness to address Beethoven's music in the fine arts. Works by 20th and 21st-century artists will allow visitors to experience a quasi-synesthetic direct combination of music and fine art.

07.11.2020 to 28.02.2021
Exhibition
4
Nov

Hits and Hymns. Sounds of Contemporary History

Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland | 53113 Bonn

Music sparks emotions: it agitates, mobilizes and forges identity.
Commemorating the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven, the Haus der
Geschichte explores the topic of music and politics; through the eyes of contemporary
history it references the political artist that Beethoven indeed was.
Topics…

04.11.2020 to 10.10.2021
Exhibition
23
Oct

'Bonn’s Golden Age – the electoral capital in Beethoven’s day'

Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Haus | 53113 Bonn

The electoral capital in Beethoven’s day. Court life and town society. Culture, education and the economy.

23.10.2020 to 24.01.2021
Exhibition
17
Oct

BeethovenBoxBodensee

Konstanz | 78462 Konstanz

In a film symphony in 9 movements the Musikverein Allmannsdorf e.V. tells stories about Beethoven, his symphonies, as a man of his time and what he still has to tell us today.

17.10.2020 to 21.12.2020
Exhibition
16
Oct

MAX KLINGER and the artwork of the future

Bundeskunsthalle | 53113 Bonn

Max Klinger (1857-1920) is one of the most unconventional artistic personalities of Symbolism.

16.10.2020 to 31.01.2021
Exhibition
7
Oct

Wild Hair and a Red Neckerchief. Beethoven's Image in Manga and Anime

Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Haus | 53113 Bonn

"Wild Hair and a Red Neckerchief”.

Beethoven's Image in Manga and Anime

An exhibition by the StadtMuseum Bonn (Bonn City Museum) in the Ernst Moritz Arndt House in cooperation with Dr. Kazuko Ozawa and Dr. Matthias Wendt.

 

Using Beethoven as an illustrative object, the Bonn exhibition aims to show how strongly Western classical music and, as an example, Beethoven, who was elevated to the status of a Prometheus-like hero after his death, found its way into the global comic subculture.

07.10.2020 to 20.12.2020
Exhibition
Leichte Sprache