For the next instalment of our KinoKonzert series, the internationally renowned German saxophone quartet Sonic.Art will perform live with Berlin: Symphony of a Metropolis, one of the world's most influential silent films, directed by Walter Ruttmann in 1927.
From January 2019 onwards everyone who enrols in any of the Goethe-Institut's language courses will receive a “Goethe-Liebling” loyalty card. After every third course with the Goethe-Institut, students will be eligible to receive a 25% discount off their next course.
In March 2019, the celebrated German brass band LaBrassBanda will bring their wild mixture of modern Bavarian folk music, ska, punk, techno, reggae – and of course brass – to ten Australian cities. The tour is supported by the Goethe-Institut.
Save the date! The 2019 Queensland German Teachers Conference will be held on 29th-30th March 2019. This conference is a great way for German teachers from all sectors to share ideas and network with colleagues. We would also like to invite German teachers who may be interested in presenting at the conference to get in touch with us.
The Bauhaus was international from the beginning. The institute had a lively dialogue with other avant-garde movements all over the world. The bauhaus imaginista research project dedicates a large-scale series of exhibitions to these transnational relationships. Since 15 March, the complete exhibition can be seen for the first time in Berlin.
These days, LaBrassBanda are well known beyond Germany’s borders. In 2019, the boys from Bavaria are embarking on their world tour. Trumpeter Korbinian Weber talked to us about what they expect from the tour, how they write new music and why he wants to take his wellies to Australia.
How can we ensure we don’t lose perspective in an increasingly complex world? The Goethe-Institut is organizing an International Cultural Symposium in Weimar from 19th to 21st June 2019 under the title "Recalculating the Route".