Tickets for our autumn events are available now!

A reunion in October

Our inspiring festival season continues with two autumn events. On October 2nd, the STEGREIF.orchester can be experienced at the Schillerhöhe Marbach with its project »#bfree«, from 3 to 10 October, the installation »Voices from Belarus« can be experienced at the Kunstzentrum Karlskaserne and the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch brings the legendary choreography »Kontakthof« to Ludwigsburg on October 7th and 9th. Tickets are available now!

We look forward to seeing you again soon and therefore invite you to our upcoming autumn events. On 2. October the STEGREIF.orchestra immerses the Schillerhöhe Marbach in their characteristic sound. Their project «#bfree«, which could be seen as a cinematic work on our Digital Stage until July 11 now comes live to Marbach. Starting with a sound installation on the forecourt of the of the Stadthalle, the audience will be introduced to the theme of the evening from 6 p.m. onwards. of the evening: Europe. Inspired by Beethoven’s 9th symphony, the »Europe Symphony «symphony, the STEGREIF.orchestra negotiates a European utopia in a musical a European utopia consisting of freedom, abolished borders, abolished borders, closeness and togetherness. After the sound installation the project continues in the Stadthalle Schillerhöhe.

On 6, 7 and 9 October, the Tanztheater Wuppertal will present Pina Bausch’s legendary choreography «contact yard« to Ludwigsburg. The piece was first performed in Wuppertal in 1978. After time during the Corona pandemic, the work puts its finger in many wounds. many wounds: Encounter, fear, rapprochement, violence, longing, lust, hate; for the elementary relevance and the simultaneous excessive demands of interpersonal relationships. sharpened in the last year and a half. The outstanding dance company from Wuppertal confronts us with this timeless work confronts us with this timeless work in the Forum am Schlosspark.

At the Kunstzentrum Karlskaserne, the project »Voices from Belarus« gives a voice to the peaceful Belarusian resistance fighters. In performances that are as touching as they are shocking, three conceptual artists together with three musicians and a choir will unfold a differentiated picture of Belarusian society on 3 October. From 5 to 10 October, the performances can be experienced as a freely accessible installation. Admission is free, the maximum number of visitors is 30.