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Top class festivals and exhibits enrich the cultural calendar in 2015. Concerts fill the churches with music almost every day of the year and the State Opera will continue its new production of Wagner's Ring tetralogy with the premiere of "Siegfried" and a lot of Open Air events will take place in Nuremberg.
Festivals to suit every taste The Blue Night" on May 2 offers art and culture all over town: 300 events, art projections and installations at 70 locations in the heart of Nuremberg celebrate this year's theme of "Freedom"! From May 8 to 17, 2015 the 19th International Figure Theater Festival will take place throughout the Erlangen, Nuremberg, Fürth and Schwabach urban area. Since 1997,...
July 30 to August 24, 2019 The SommerNachtFilmFestival got its start in Desi, more than a quarter century ago. Today, the open air showings with their special atmosphere are an important part of the summer cultural calendar in Nuremberg, Fürth and Erlangen.
Watch a film next to lions and antelopes? Or rather in the shady courtyard of a stately home? Film classic or something Avant garde? Suspense or romance? During this traditional, almost four-week-long Nuremberg open air film festival, there’s the right location for every film that you always wanted to see, or see again. Dates: July 30 to August 24, 2019 Place: Nuremberg, Fürth,...
July 7, 2019 The DATEV Challenge Roth, the largest long-distance triathlon event worldwide, will take place again in 2018 in Roth. This sport spectacle with ca. 3,400 individual competitors and 650 teams from more than 60 nations has had a secure place in the event calendar of the region for more than 30 years.
The Challenge begins at 6:30 am with a 3.8 kilometer swim in the Main-Danube Canal, followed by 180 kilometer bicycling and a 42-kilometer marathon. Almost 260,000 spectators are there to cheer on the athletes! In addition to the Challenge itself, the triathlon festival has extra programs such as the NightRun, the Junior Challenge and Challenge for All, the Challenge Women, a Finish-line...
Cooking class for groups Discover the history and secrets of the Nuremberg gingerbread and learn how to make "Lebkuchen" yourself. And the best is, you can take your self-made deliciacies home.
Discover the history and secrets of the Nuremberg gingerbread and learn how to make "Lebkuchen" yourself. And the best is, you can take your self-made deliciacies home. Costs: 19 € / person incl. your own gingerbread-box & table water Dates: cookionista Event Calendar / Dates for groups (4 - 100 persons) by arrangement Booking Hotline: +49 911 888161 Email: ...
It is our passion and our mission to acquaint you with Würzburg and the surrounding Franconian Wine Country. Caution is advised though: Once you have experienced it, you may want to come back for more! Do not miss it.. The view from from the old bridge “Alte Mainbrücke” is breath taking and includes Highlights such as the fortress “Marienberg,” the pilgrimage church “Käppele” and the...
The annual calendar of Fürth offers numerous travel occasions. Here you will find many events that offer you to celebrate and let go, to sit back and be amazed - to put it briefly: to be happy. In terms of music you will enjoy the " International Klezmer Festival ", the " New Orleans Festival " and the " Fürth-Festival ". You can find diverse cultural offers at the " International...
More than 1.5 million guests stayed overnight in Nuremberg in 2013 - an increase of 37,000 indiviual visitors in comparison to 2012. The number of overnight stays rose to 2.667 million, a slight increase of 0.8 % over the previous year.
For the first time, more than 1.5. million guests traveled to Nuremberg, an increase of 2.6 %. Just over two-thirds came from Germany (1,055,764 guests). The total of visitors from abroad grew a full 5.6 %. A total of 2,666,932 overnight stays led to a plus of 0.8 %. This increase was unexpected, because in 2012 the exhibit "The Early Dürer" and a particularly full trade fair calendar had...
The latest from the bratwurst kitchen - Modern variations of a Franconian classic
A mid-day cooking course providing lunch and new recipe ideas for the Nuremberg bratwurst. Why is the Nuremberg bratwurst so small? Which spices create its fine yet hearty taste? At the lunch-time cooking course "The Latest for the Bratwurst Kitchen", you'll hear the most intersting stories about the local sausage specialty and discover modern recipe ideas using this classic Franconian...
The main residence of Nuremberg’s Philharmonic State Orchestra, which is not to be confused with Nuremberg’s Symphony orchestra, is the State Opera House in Nuremberg. The 86 musicians who make up the orchestra perform in the orchestra pit, often unseen by the audience, for operas, operetta and musical performances. Each musical season has a repertoire of approx twenty different musical works. The orchestra also performs approx eight concerts in the Meistersingerhalle and in the Opera House. Many well known soloists and conductors have worked with the orchestra such as the violinist Frank Peter Zimmermann and the pianist Bruno Leonardo Gelber. Recent conductors who would all gladly return to the podium of the Nuremberg Philharmonic have included; Ion Marin, Ulf Schirmer, Alexander Anissimov, Gerd Albrecht and Sir Edward Downes.
The orchestra’s history dates back to 1801, then known as the Nuremberger City Musicians performing at the Nuremberg National Theatre. A real pinnacle in the orchestras first ten years was the public première in 1822 of Weber’s “Freischutz” In 1833 the orchestra moved into the newly built “Alte Stadttheater” Old Town Theatre in the Lorenzer Platz. In 1905 the building in the Frauentorgraben...
When you’re counting the days to Christmas and each door you open on the Advent calendar brings more suspense, it’s time for a visit to the Nuremberg Children’s Christmas Market … It will make the wait just a little bit easier! A Special Experience for Families Since 1999, the Children’s Christmas Market at the Hans-Sachs-Platz has welcomed families with children to a place with a...
July 26 - 28, 2019 For the 44rd time, the Old Town will be a joyful stage for the Bardentreffen Music Festival. For four days music from all over the world will fill the streets of Nuremberg during the famous Bardentreffen music festival.
The Bardentreffen in Nuremberg might be one of the most charming music festivals in the world. It takes place once a year on various open-air stages in the Old Town of Nuremberg. The traditional date is the first weekend of the Bavarian summer school holidays – when it’s warm and many people are freed from their daily routine, but haven’t yet gone on vacation. The multi-cultural festival...
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