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Cobblestone stretch of the Leipzig Note Trail

Leipzig's Notenspur

Leipzig's Notenspur (Note Trail) is a five-kilometre, visually signposted route through the city's town centre that connects the homes and workplaces of famous composers. The signs are visually highlighted; audio plays and musical extracts are also provided.

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Leipzig's original Krystallpalast, which first opened its doors in 1882, was one of Germany's largest entertainment venues at the end of the 19th century and featured international stars such as Josephine Baker and the Italian juggler Enrico Rastelli. 

Since 1994 the new Krystallpalast Variety Theatre has been continuing the work of its predecessor, which was destroyed during the Second World War. And once again, thrilling acrobatics, captivating music, hilarious comedy and great cuisine have come together to provide audiences with a variety experience of world renown.

Následující termíny:

07.11.2018 - 02.03.2019

06.03.2019 - 23.06.2019

04.07.2019 - 07.07.2019

Místo konání akce

Krystallpalast Varieté
Magazingasse 4
04109 Leipzig

Veškeré údaje o cenách, termínech a otevíracích dobách jsou bez záruky.

The fascinating history of this renowned art museum is a story of civic engagement. Back in 1848, when the Leipzig art association opened the municipal museum at the Moritzbastei, the hundred or so works on display were donations from the citizens of Leipzig. And the present-day collection of 3,500 paintings, 1,000 sculptures and 60,000 drawings and prints is largely comprised of gifts from private initiatives and generous patrons.

Maximilian Speck von Sternburg, Alfred Thieme, Adolf Heinrich Schletter, Fritz von Harck, Hans-Peter Bühler, Marion Bühler-Brockhaus: these are the names of people who have shaped the character of the museum for 150 years. The works of the current collection span the period from the late Middle Ages to the present day. These can now be displayed in full in the new 7,000m² museum building, which opened in 2004. There is a particular focus on Old German and Dutch paintings from the 15th to the 17th century, Italian paintings from the 15th to the 18th century, French paintings from the 19th century – including works by Eugène Delacroix, Edgar Degas and Claude Monet – and German paintings from 18th to the 20th century. A whole floor is devoted to comprehensive displays of works by Max Klinger and Max Beckmann. In the Contemporary Painting section, the museum features mainly exhibitions of painters belonging to the Leipziger Schule, such as Bernhard Heisig, Werner Tübke and Wolfgang Mattheuer, as well as extensive collections by the movement's younger generation led by Neo Rauch and Daniel Richter.

Následující termíny:

08.12.2018 - 24.03.2019

12.12.2018 - 10.03.2019

13.12.2018 - 24.03.2019

15.12.2018 - 17.03.2019

Místo konání akce

Museum der bildenden Künste
Katharinenstraße 10
04109 Leipzig

Veškeré údaje o cenách, termínech a otevíracích dobách jsou bez záruky.

During the Bach Festival, Leipzig presents the multifaceted works of the baroque composer and highlights his close ties to the city. 

For more than 20 years, Johann Sebastian Bach was the cantor of St. Thomas Church in Leipzig. Today's Bach Festival sees internationally acclaimed musicians such as Masaaki Suzuki, Marcus Creed and Ton Koopman, together with Leipzig's famous St. Thomas choir and Gewandhaus Orchestra, honour the great composer at locations where he lived or worked.

Následující termíny:

14.06.2019 - 23.06.2019

Místo konání akce

Verschiedene Locations
Dittrichring
04109 Leipzig
www.leipzig.de

Veškeré údaje o cenách, termínech a otevíracích dobách jsou bez záruky.

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