In his third oratorio Joseph Haydn produced an overwhelming evocation of a new world of enthusiasm and hope.
Matthias Brandt and Jens Thomas fascinate in a play of text and sound, a great juggling with mental abysses.
His evenings of listening at the düsseldorf festival! are a cult.
Dorothee Oberlinger, world-renowned recorder player, deals musically with the facets of the night. Works by Vivaldi, Biber, Bach and Lully.
Theaterkollektiv Pièrre.Vers invites you to take part in an interactive journey back to the Düsseldorf of 1938. The attacks of that year would go down in history as the November pogroms.
His operas describe fateful configurations of power and love, loyalty and betrayal.
Like the great muscleman of Greek mythology, in this fictional setting Hercules of Lubumbashi turns out to be a hero and saviour.
Both are successful solo artists. Exchanging ideas in a duo is one of their passions.
When is less more and when is it empty? What happens if we lose our sense of direction in a reference system of familiar things?
The tragic story of the musical genius Johannes Elias Alder.
Düsseldorf’s old town has an incomparable and diverse organ landscape.
What a success story: The Big Band of the Clara-Schumann-Musikschule has become an indispensable part of the Düsseldorf jazz scene.
Johann Sebastian Bach’s St. John Passion is condensed here into intense and gripping chamber music.