Certain buildings are reserved for certain people. It used to be so, and it's no different today. Especially nasty is such a privilege, of course, if buildings represent a lot of pomp and power from outside, but inside remains mysterious and not fathomable.
Only once a year in residence, rooms such as Antiquarium are opened to visitors, so that, in addition to spatiality in itself, re is anor reason for visiting, re are also concerts during this week. Music, which is primarily historically fitting to premises, such as Sunday, October 8th, with works of Orlando di Lasso, or opening concert on Friday, October 6th, when Arias from Munich's Baroque operas are performed.
Sometimes program breaks with a certain anarchic lust, but also from conventions of time. So on Saturday, October 7th, Sylvia Ackermann plays in Holy Church Court on historical Hammflügeln. So far so clear, but it leverages anor historical privilege if it plays with pieces by Margare Danzi, Josephine Lang, Sophie Menter and Luise Adolpha le Beau exclusively music from Munich composers.
Or Nihan Devecioglu, who sings Oriental and Turkish music on same day in Antiquarium between a sinfonia by Monteverdi, while drummer Simone Rubino will play Grimm fairy tale "The drummer" Drums for children. In course of this, y may be enthusiastic about such music and could later enter only youth Baroque Orchestra in Germany, which will occur on Saturday, October 14th, with free entry in Antiquarium.
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