MaerzMusik 2011, Music Festival in Berlin
Fans of classical music will now be able to enjoy 10 whole days of non-stop music thanks to MaerzMusik in Berlin, that is none other than a music festival taking place from the 18th to the 27th of March. Spectators will get the opportunity to listen to compositions from contemporary artists, including German and international musicians.
The MaerzMusik 2011 programme has performers lined up that attempt to converge moving sounds and images. Thus, festivalgoers can expect a combination of new music with old films, musical video art and some experimental intermedia performance installations. The festival will be opening with a venue-specific version of Rebecca Saunders’ Chroma in the MOSKAU. Not only do the musicians continually change their performance position, but the audience is also free to move around and individually experience the work.
Furthermore, they will be taking place in diverse venues and bars throughout the city to adapt to requirements of the performances. If you fancy going to this Music Festival in Berlin, check out the event programme for further information on dates, artists, prices and venues where they will be carrying out the performances which as mentioned previously will be taking place over a 10 day period.
Entrance prices vary depending on the type of performances you’re interested in. They are divided into 7 different categories with the following prices:
Group A: 20/15/12 € in the Kammermusiksaal der Philharmonie
Group B:20 € in the MOSKAU
GroupC:15 € in the Babylon concert halls as well as Radial System V, Sophiensaele, the TRAFO, and the Universität der Künste Berlin
Group D:12 € in the Berqhain, in the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, in the Jüdisches Museum, in the MOSKAU, the Sophienkirche church and in the Universität der Künste Berlin
Group E:6,50 € in the Babylon concert halls
Group F:24 € in the Voljsbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz
Group G:35 € in Radial System V
You can get tickets at the following sales point:
Box Office Haus der Berliner Festspiele on 24, Schaperstrasse, Monday – Saturday between 14:00 and 18:00h.
Or call the following number: +49 30 254 89 100, Monday to Friday between 10:00 and 18:00h (3 € per call).
You can also get tickets at normal sales points in Berlin, in addition to the bars and concert halls themselves before the beginning of each performance. Furthermore,discounts are available for students and large groups if there are any remaining tickets.