Himmelsburg Tour

The live experience

Imagine entering the Himmelsburg once in a lifetime and listening to the Weimar cantatas! The Himmelsburg Container made guest appearances at festivals in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands in 2022. Thousands of visitors visited the virtually "resurrected" castle chapel and took a seat on the three pews inside the Himmelsburg container. We look forward to new host cities in 2023 and inform you here about dates and locations.

 

A visit to the Himmelsburg

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Bach Academy Bruges (B)
18 - 22 January 2023

At the 13th Bach Academy in the Concertgebouw in Bruges, everything revolves around the theme of "redemption". Concertgoers are invited to follow the idea of redemption in J. S. Bach's rich cantata oeuvre. Thuringia is contributing a piece to the mosaic with an excerpt from Bach’s Weimar cantata "Himmelskönig sei willkommen" (BWV 182) performed in the virtual Himmelsburg. concertgebouw.be

Thuringia Bach Festival, Weimar (D)
13 - 23 April 2023

After the great success in 2022, the Himmelsburg is planning a return to its home town of Weimar as part of the Thuringian Bach Weeks 2023. More information to follow in January 2023. thueringer-bachwochen.de

MuseumsQuartier Vienna (A)
10 - 15 May 2023

For the first time, the VR Experience Himmelsburg will make a guest appearance in Austria, at the Vienna MuseumsQuartier, “where artistic creation and living space come together in an inseparable unit”. Mr. Bach would have loved this for sure. mqw.at

Music Festival ION in Nuremberg (D)
20 June - 2 July 2023

The International Festival of Sacred Music will take place for the 72nd time in 2023. On the programme: great choral symphonies, magnificent baroque music, organ experiments and much more. A great place to be for Bach's Himmelsburg! We will open the Himmelsburg gates in Nuremberg three days before the festival starts. musikfest-ion.de


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