The installation Glowing Core by Rebecca Horn can be seen until 11 November 2018 in Sankt Hedwig. Until then, three classical concerts will take place there.
Since the opening of Rebecca Horn’s ‘Glowing Core’ during Berlin Art Week more than 14.000 fascinated visitors were counted at Sankt Hedwigs Cathedral at Bebelplatz. The installation is still on view until Sunday, November 11, 2018, open daily from sunset until 11 pm with free admission.
A warm invitation also to the final event: On the last day a prayer for peace ‘All quiet in the West’ will take place at 9 pm and is arranged by the ensemble ‘zlilei schel bet haskala’ of the independent Berlin synagogue community ‘bet haskala’.
The exhibition is curated by Georg Maria Roers SJ and Alexander Ochs.
NIGHT MUSIC AT TEN. SPIRITUAL. LITURGICAL. FREE.
free entry at 10 pm at Sankt Hedwig:
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
BACH EN SUITE
Works for viola and cello by Johann Sebastian Bach, Carl Friedrich Abel and Jean de Sainte-Colombe / Nachklang1700
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Works by Tomaso Antonio Vitali, Paul Ben-Haim and Johann Sebastian Bach / Avigail Bushakevitz (violin) and Dietmar Hiller (organ)
Saturday, November 10, 2018
Works for cello solo by Peteris Vaks, John Taverner and Benjamin Britten / Friedemann Ludwig (violoncello)
WHERE? Sankt Hedwig, Hinter der Katholischen Kirche 3, 10117 Berlin-Mitte
WHEN? until 11th November 2018, from sunset to 11 p.m. – free admission
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