Do you love Brahms?
Then you’re in just the right place.
The Brahms-Institut seeks to appeal to all those interested in this great composer: music lovers, musicians, and musicologists. As a center of expertise, the Brahms-Institut focuses on the life, work, and reception history of Johannes Brahms.
At the heart of Villa Brahms on Lübeck’s Jerusalemsberg is a unique collection with valuable music manuscripts, letters, photographs, and other sources on Johannes Brahms and his circle. These materials are digitally available to all those interested. As a cultural beacon with an international reputation, the institute also seeks to promote Brahms and his music around the world.
mit Wolfgang Sandberger und Gästen
zum 190. Geburtstag
mit Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Otto Biba
online ab 2. Juli
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