In 2024, the internationally renowned Mahler Chamber Orchestra will will be our guest in Ludwigsburg and, among other things, present its exciting, participatory concert project »Welcome Home!« on June 24, 11:30 am.
We are looking for support in ticketing and customer management (CRM)! For our ticket office in the historic Palais Grävenitz we are looking for a person (m/f/d) who has the distribution of tickets under control and and develops new digital strategies with us and is available as a contact person for our audience.
Our advance booking is up and running! Tickets and subscriptions are already available for eight outstanding program items of the 2024 season, which is dedicated to two major themes of our time, democracy and humanity.
The crowning finale of each season is traditionally an impressive fireworks display together with the Festival Orchestra. In 2023, the sky will again shine in all colours at the »Monrepos Open Air«. Since 2010, Potsdamer Feuerwerk GmbH has had it in its hands – under the direction of Björn Wilhelm. Born in Berlin, he began his pyrotechnics career at Potsdamer Feuerwerk GmbH and, since 2005, has been the head of the company, which specializes in fireworks, laser and multimedia shows.
The mass as a genre of church music has a long development behind it: over the course of time, initially monophonic chants developed into increasingly complex musical works with the goal of an artistic aesthetic. The strict liturgical binding gave way to the establishment as an independent musical genre – a process that can be traced using the measurements of the three big Bs as an example.
A spherical dive begins as soon as the first note of trumpeter Marco Blaauw connects with the film »Moving Picture 946-3«. The joint project of visual art, film, composition and live music, which can be experienced at Scala on June 24, is preceded by an exciting genesis.
The new season's theme is loud and engaging. Like a pulsating sound cloud or sound wave, it envelops the as yet unknown festival programme, from which the first eight events from eight weeks of performances were presented on 7 November and for which you can also purchase tickets from 9 November. But the characteristic colours of Daniel Wiesmann's new graphic design conceal yet another layer of meaning.
There are sure to be a few question marks before your visit to a concert. What do I want to listen to? What do I have to wear? And how do I behave during the event? Here you can read step by step what you need to know before visiting us – and where your worries may be completely unfounded.
Strict dress codes, strange rules of conduct and an audience of over-60s – for decades, the classical music world has been nibbling away at a somewhat dusty reputation that is more stubborn than white lint on black suit trousers. In truth, however, classical music is different than its image.
In one-hour, free workshops, we therefore explain everything you need to know about attending a concert in a relaxed atmosphere.
It is actually a very nice tradition when artists are presented with flowers at the end of a concert. In the spirit of sustainability, however, we would like to express our gratitude in the long term and instead of bouquets we give away certificates of tree and flower meadow sponsorships.
We would like to report on our own contribution to a climate-neutral and sustainable cultural landscape in the narrow sense and to the implementation of the 17 goals in the broad sense. It is very important to us to keep an eye on the effects of our institutional actions, to check them and to constantly improve them. We have supplemented our interim assessment from 2021 with interim goals achieved and measures introduced in 2022.
Program Preview Season 2024