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April '20
April '20
17.
cancelled due to Corona "General Break"
Alexej Gerassimez · Casey Cangelosi · Ney Rosauro · Péter Eötvös · Iannis Xenakis Leonie Klein Percussion            
Friday, 15:00 o'clock
Badisches Landesmuseum · Schloss Karlsruhe
Eventtype: GartensaalKonzerte
April '20
16.
cancelled due to Corona "General Break"
Where and how are borders crossed? Discussion concert with students in the field of tension between equality and abuse of power. Moderation Prof. Dr. Nanny Drechsler
Thursday, 19:30 o'clock
CampusOne - Schloss Gottesaue · Velte-Saal
Eventtype: Gesprächskonzert
April '20
10.
cancelled due to Corona "General Break"
Johann Sebastian Bach "Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit" BWV 106 Soloists Vokalensemble der Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe Choir director Prof. Holger Speck Linking words Pfr. i. R. Eckhart Marggraf
Friday, 17:00 o'clock
Staatliche Kunsthalle
Eventtype: Gesprächskonzert
April '20
5.
cancelled due to Corona "General Break"
Joseph Joachim (1831-1907) was one of the most important violinists of the 19th century, networked with the greatest musicians of his time. Born in Hungary and of Jewish origin, he spent and worked for the most part of his life in Germany, so that interesting aspects arise regarding his identity. In 1869, he was appointed university director and professor at the Königliche Akademische Hochschule Berlin and embodied the German musical tradition with his interpretation of the music of Bach,… Weiterlesen
Sunday, 8:45 o'clock
CampusOne - Schloss Gottesaue · Velte-Saal
Eventtype: Symposien · Kongresse
April '20
4.
cancelled due to Corona "General Break"
Joseph Joachim (1831-1907) was one of the most important violinists of the 19th century, networked with the greatest musicians of his time. Born in Hungary and of Jewish origin, he spent and worked for the most part of his life in Germany, so that interesting aspects arise regarding his identity. In 1869, he was appointed university director and professor at the Königliche Akademische Hochschule Berlin and embodied the German musical tradition with his interpretation of the music of Bach,… Weiterlesen
Saturday, 9:00 o'clock
CampusOne - Schloss Gottesaue · Velte-Saal
Eventtype: Symposien · Kongresse
April '20
3.
cancelled due to Corona "General Break"
Presentation Concert 19.30 "Komponieren, Diskutieren, Profitieren" Joseph Joachims "Variationen über ein irisches Elfenlied" und Johannes Brahms' "Variationen über ein ungarisches Lied" Anna Zassimova (Karlsruhe) piano Moderation Michael Struck (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel)        
Friday, 19:30 o'clock
CampusOne - Schloss Gottesaue · Velte-Saal
Eventtype: Gesprächskonzert
April '20
3.
cancelled due to Corona "General Break"
Joseph Joachim (1831-1907) was one of the most important violinists of the 19th century, networked with the greatest musicians of his time. Born in Hungary and of Jewish origin, he spent and worked for the most part of his life in Germany, so that interesting aspects arise regarding his identity. In 1869, he was appointed university director and professor at the Königliche Akademische Hochschule Berlin and embodied the German musical tradition with his interpretation of the music of Bach,… Weiterlesen
Friday, 9:00 o'clock
CampusOne - Schloss Gottesaue · Velte-Saal
Eventtype: Symposien · Kongresse
April '20
1.
cancelled due to Corona "General Break"
Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805) String quintets Thurid Signe Pribbernow violinAssia Weissmann violinClaudia Pfnür violaSoyeon Im violoncelloDmitri Dichtiar violoncello
Wednesday, 17:00 o'clock
Badische Landesbibliothek
Eventtype: Mittwochs um 5
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Wednesday, 18:30 o'clock