From 30 June to 3 July, the first joint opera production by Susanne Kennedy and Markus Selg will be presented at Haus der Berliner Festspiele. With their distinctive theatre vocabulary and uncompromising aesthetics, they transfer this masterpiece of visuals and music from the 20th century into an enigmatic world of simultaneity. In addition, the walk-in VR-installation “I AM (VR)” will invite visitors to immerse themselves in virtual theatre dimensions and encounter an omniscient oracle.
Since the 1980s, Dayanita Singh has pioneered a genre-defying approach to photography that pushes the limits of the medium. Dancing with my Camera presents the major phases of the internationally renowned artist’s oeuvre, from her earliest works through today.
The Gropius Bau Journal is an online platform that aims to explore entangled futures, and ways of thinking and living together, using the broad themes of the exhibition programme as a lens to look at the wider world.
As part of the international festival Tanz im August, five productions will be presented from 5 to 27 August 2022 in the Haus der Berliner Festspiele, including “New Creation” by Bruno Beltrão / Grupo de Rua and “Mellizo Doble” by Israel Galván & Niño de Elche. Advance ticket sales have already begun.
Musikfest Berlin looks forward to 33 top class ensembles from Berlin and the international musical world. A total of 27 events will cover great works from the orchestral repertoire, explore the richness of the music of our own time and present music from the Renaissance and traditional music from Asia. An all day liturgy and big band sounds also promise new listening experiences.
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With this letter of intent, we, the signing cultural organizations, express our intention to welcome, host and stage Ukrainian theatre artists in our venues, to make Ukrainian dramatic work visible to the European community.