The ARD International Music Competition, established since 1952, is an annual competition in particular for young musicians, who are ready to launch an international ... read more
Artsummer - Kunstsommer Arnsberg is an annual summer festival with a wide range of artistic events, including classical concerts, workshops and masterclasses. read more
Audi Summerconcerts, dating back to 1990, is an annual classical music festival in Ingolstadt, during the months of June-July. read more
Bachwoche Ansbach (Bachweek Ansbach), dating back to 1948, is a biennial summer festival dedicated to the work of the famous composer.
Barenboim-Said Academy, offers both a Bachelor of Music degree and Artist Diploma program in all orchestral instruments, piano, composition, and conducting, for YOUNG ... read more
BAROCK VOKAL is an artistic Programm in Excellence for Opera- and Concert singers and advanced students.
Baroque Garden Grosssedlitz is a 18 ha Baroque Garden with the largest collection of bitter orange trees in the German-speaking countries and equally famous for its yearly ... read more
Beethoven-Woche (Beethoven-week) is an annual 'working' chamber music festival at the historical Beethoven House in Bonn, during the month of January. read more
Beethovenfest Bonn, dating back to 1845, is at present an annual classical music festival and dedicated to the famous composer, who was born in Bonn (1770).
Berleburg Castle is for more than 750 years the residence of the Princes zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg. Although inhabited by the family it is partly open to the public ... read more
The Berlin Piano Master Class is a 6-day course for 10 pianists guided by concert pianist, piano pedagogue and conductor Dr. Yossi Reshef. read more
The Berliner Festspiele are an all-year series of cultural events and festivals of different art forms such as MaerzMusik, Theatertreffen, Jazzfest Berlin and Musikfest ... read more
Blankenburg Castle dates back to 1123 and has been, since 1599, into the possession of the Dukes of Braunschweig. In 1945 Duke Ernst August and his wife princess Victoria ... read more
Britzer Garden (90 ha) was created since 1985, when it was the location of the Bundesgartenschau national horticultural show. It includes many features such as themed ... read more
Bruchsal Palace, now housing two museums, is a former 18th century official residence of the Prince-Bishops of Spyer. It is surrounded by a Baroque garden with romantic ... read more
Burg Hohenzollern, restored by both Hohenzollern lines in the 19th century and is private property up to the present day. It is a museal complex with part of the ... read more
Bückeburg Palace is the seat of the Princes zu Schaumburg-Lippe and dates back to 1304. This beautiful and impressive Baroque complex is open to the public and used for ... read more
The Carl Bechstein Foundation is committed to promoting the musical talents of children and young people by programmes for primary schools, gifted youth and the Carl ... read more
Castle & Estate Wendlinghausen, a prestigious example of Weser-Renaissance architecture, offers a wide range of cultural experiences such as music, theatre, ... read more
Castle Albrechtsberg was built in 1854 for Prince Albert of Prussia, the younger brother of King Frederick William IV, later Emperor William I. The architect was Adolf ... read more