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Er zit muziek in de lucht: waar belcanto en blaasmuziek, rock en klassiek of jazz en reggae elkaar ontmoeten, heerst altijd enthousiasme. En in Duitsland is dat gewoon overal. Een land in het ritme van festivals en concerten – van Wagner in Bayreuth tot heavy metal in Wacken.

The International Africa Festival, founded in 1989, is the largest festival for African music and culture in Europe. Since its launch, more than 1.8 million visitors from Germany and abroad have flocked to the former royal seat of Würzburg in Bavaria to experience the rich culture and exuberance of Africa.

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During the Beethoven Festival, Bonn puts the focus on its most famous son and gives him a 21st-century reboot. Performing works put together specially for the festival, acclaimed musicians such as Lorin Maazel, Kurt Masur and Hélène Grimaud as well as selected newcomers introduce their interpretations of the composer's music. Accompanying the festival is the 'Look at Beethoven' project, which sees young creators of media presenting their take on Beethoven in short films and installations.

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The Brandenburg summer concerts have, in the past, lured artists and ensembles such as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Barbara Hendricks, the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields and Leipzig's Gewandhaus Orchestra on an outing to the country – with their audiences in tow. For this is a festival where the Brandenburg countryside plays a powerful role. Concerts are combined with castle or village tours; punting trips and steamboat cruises have musical accompaniments. And to get you in the mood for all this culture, there is plenty of coffee and locally made cakes on offer wherever you go!

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Since 1988 Bremen Music Festival has been offering its guests classical music and more – from early music to contemporary sounds. The festival traditionally opens with its brilliant Eine Grosse Nachtmusik – a 'concert buffet' of 24 different performances held in and around Bremen's UNESCO-listed market square. The Musikfest Surprise series in Bremen's Überseestadt district brings together world music from all five continents. And for some local colour, why not drop in on the Arp Schnitger festival, dedicated to the famous German organ builder?

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Even the background to the first classical concert on Odeonsplatz was beautiful. In 2000, the millennium year, the event's organisers in the Bavarian capital Munich decided to honour Franco-German reconciliation with a grand gesture. The spectacular success of their achievement continues to be reflected year after year, and ever since 2002 these concerts have been a highlight in this city's already glittering cultural calendar.

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Every summer since 1992, historical Gendarmenmarkt square at the heart of Berlin has served as a spectacular backdrop for the Classics Open Air Festival. The five-day concert programme covers a wide range of genres – from operas, operettas and musicals to crossover productions featuring pop classics, soul, swing and jazz. The festival makes classical music accessible to all – and on one of the most beautiful squares in Europe.

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Das FEST music festival in Karlsruhe is one of Germany's biggest open-air events, attracting over 200,000 visitors. It has been held every year in late July since 1985 – on the last weekend before the start of the school holidays in Baden-Württemberg.

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