Berliner Festspiele

Key Visual Tanztreffen der Jugend 2023

Ten dance ensembles will present their work at the 10th edition of the Tanztreffen der Jugend.

Gropius Bau

Janine Jembere, Untitled (from the series Residence Time), 2013
Pallavi Paul, Changing Places in the Fire, film still, 2022


Ether’s Bloom

A Programme on Artificial Intelligence

Until 14 January 2024

Ether’s Bloom marks the first part of the Programme on Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the Gropius Bau. From 10 August 2023, the works Technologies of Care (2016) and Cleaning Emotional Data (2020) by Elisa Giardina Papa as well as These Networks in Our Skin (2021) and The Cloth in the Cable (2022) by Mimi Ọnụọha will be showcased in freely accessible spaces of the Gropius Bau. Taking place both online and offline, the programme focuses on the utopian and poetic possibilities of artificial intelligence.


Jazzfest Berlin – Spinning Time

2 to 5 November 2023

The 60th edition of Jazzfest Berlin provides a space for music that is playful and intuitive, bringing different generations together in 36 projects. 
International greats meet the avantgarde of the Berlin jazz scene in a series of exclusive artistic encounters, outstanding established artists share the stage with strong voices from the younger generation, while this edition of the festival also puts children at the centre of the action for the first time.  
The complete programme is now online. Tickets are on sale.

Word mark Jazzfest Berlin

The Berliner Festspiele

All year round, Berliner Festspiele host a multitude of festivals, exhibitions and individual events in two houses – the Haus der Berliner Festspiele at Schaperstraße and the Gropius Bau near Potsdamer Platz – and other venues in the city.