‘Der Blaue Eumel’ is a vintage lorry carrying a grand piano which is capable of transforming itself in the shortest possible time into a wonderful small stage
This requiem launched Johannes Brahms’ fame. After its first performance in 1868 the much-feared critic Eduard Hanslick wrote: “Nothing has been written …
His music nights at the Neanderkirche are a cult sensation. On this occasion Wolfram Goertz, music editor of the Rheinische Post, goes “around the world in 80 minutes”.
Elina Albach and Daniela Georgieva have turned never letting themselves be tied down into an art form.
The 15-strong Düsseldorf vocal ensemble ars cantandi has had a close relationship with the festival for many years.
Since the arrival of streaming platforms everyone has started “binge watching”.
Blissfully combining with a beautiful violinist – isn’t this every tuba-player’s dream?
A rolling geometric body producing rhythm and sound is a brilliant source of musical inspiration.
Alfred Schnittke: Choir Concerto – Düsseldorfer Kammerchor | Vokalconsort Osnabrück | Ensemble Goussan
Once again the Johanneskirche is transformed into a concert hall: the Düsseldorfer Kammerchor and the Vokalconsort Osnabrück conducted by Wolfgang Abendroth
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui is a star on the international dance scene – and a visionary with unconventional ideas.
What do we know about Georgia? And what do people in Georgia think about Germany?