The programme of MaerzMusik 2019 is online!
This year’s festival edition will focus on history and historiography as phenomena of contemporary politics. In more than 30 concerts, performances, film screenings, exhibitions and discursive events, new works by Jennifer Walshe and Timothy Morton, Olga Neuwirth, Justė Janulytė, George E. Lewis and Elaine Mitchener will be presented to the audience. In addition to the discursive programme “Thinking Together” and the iconic “The Long Now”-event at Kraftwerk Berlin, the festival will focus on the media history of music’s avant-garde of the 1950s to the 1990s in its project “Tele-Visions”. Even if – or perhaps exactly because – we may be living in “bad times for history” (Berno Odo Polzer), we’re looking forward to the 2019 edition of MaerzMusik!
to our new website! We would like to enhance and simplify your access to Berliner Festspiele’s complex structure, with its two venues and numerous festivals, exhibitions and a wide range of other programmes. You are currently on the pages of the institution of Berliner Festspiele, where you can find all information on our complete programme. Beneath the red frame at the very top of the page, you will see our two houses – Haus der Berliner Festspiele and Gropius Bau – as well as our festivals MaerzMusik – Festival for Time Issues, Theatertreffen, Musikfest Berlin and Jazzfest Berlin. And you can also learn about our National Contests and our programme series Immersion.
We would be very happy to hear your feedback at – We certainly love praise, but we would also like to hear from you about things that don’t yet work as they should. Please don’t be too hard on us: We will be working on our website continually over the coming weeks and there may well be changes regarding its structure and appearance. But for now, we hope that you will enjoy browsing through our new website! And that you’ll find what you’re looking for.
Edition No. 27
Zum Schauspiel der Zukunft
Milo Rau & Fabian Hinrichs & Benny Claessens: Drei Reden (2018)
Andro Wekua: Works (2006–2014)
Brand new and now available at Haus der Berliner Festspiele!
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