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Berlin Calendar 2023: Music

Berlin Calendar 2023: Music

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Our 2023 wall calendar is all about music. The line-up is as rich in contrast as the city of Berlin. The chamber music hall is shown on the title picture, with Potsdamer Platz in the background. The Komische Oper, the Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt and the Deutsche Oper are also part of the party. But the Holzmarkt site, the Duncker Club and the Kreuzberger Lido also have an appearance.

01 What may this new year hold in store for us? In our calendar, the year begins with the Komische Oper in Mitte. The building is a surprise box - because behind the simple 1960s facade hides a neo-baroque interior. From 2023, the opera house in Behrensstrasse is to be renovated. We are curious.

02 The Nalepastraße broadcasting center in Oberschöneweide was completed in 1951 according to plans by the architect Franz Ehrlich, since the GDR needed its own broadcasting center after the division of Germany. The building complex consists of various individual buildings in the New Objectivity style. There are also guided tours of the site. The tours can be booked here .

03 In March, a 1950s building from West Berlin adorns the calendar. The concert hall of the UdK Berlin, designed by the architect Paul Gotthilf Reinhold Baumgarten, was completed in 1954 and has been a listed building since 1995.

04 April - month of the cherry blossoms, also called sakura. The Metropol can be seen on our April graphic – also known as Theater am Nollendorfplatz, Neues Schauspielhaus or Goya. The building at Nollendorfplatz was built in 1906 by Boswau & Knauer.

05 In May, the chamber music hall at the Kulturforum lights up, with Potsdamer Platz in the background. In 1987, Hans Scharoun's student and office partner Edgar Wisniewski added the Chamber Music Hall to the Philharmonie. The Berlin Philharmonic describes the chamber music hall as the "little brother of the Berlin Philharmonic - both architecturally and musically".

06 The RBB television center – formerly: SFB television center on Theodor-Heuss-Platz was built according to plans by Robert Tepez and inaugurated in 1970. The 18-storey television center is a listed building and is considered an important building of Berlin's post-war modern era.

07 In July we illustrated Berlin's largest opera house – the Deutsche Oper – built in 1961 by the Berlin architect Fritz Bornemann. The 70 meter long, windowless façade made of exposed aggregate concrete slabs is accentuated by the sculpture by the sculptor Hans Uhlmann.

08 Hello August! Hello summer! In Berlin, this time of year is best enjoyed on the Spree. That's what the makers of the Holzmarkt site thought too. This is how urban spaces of opportunity were created on this bank of the Spree in Berlin Mitte according to plans by the architects "Hütten & Palaeste" .

09 A prominent “gap filler” is shown in September – the Lido in Kreuzberg. We could not find any information about the building. The typical, pragmatic development of a gap in the war offers space for concerts from punk to indie.

10 The monumental radio building can be seen on the Oktober Blatt. The building designed by Hans Poelzig with the striking facade made of glazed ceramic tiles and clinker bricks was opened in 1931.

11 November pictured is the building that has housed the Dunckerclub since 1989. The brick building on Dunckerstrasse was built in 1914 by Ludwig Ernst Emil Hoffmann. In earlier times, the rooms served as a horse stable, salt store, gymnasium and youth club.

12 On the last page of the calendar in 2023, things will get festive with the Konzerthaus am Gendarmermarkt . The building by Karl Friedrich Schinkel is one of the main works of German classicism. Destroyed in World War II, it was rebuilt in the 1980s.

Conclusion: We have never had the calendar ready as early as this year. Because of the paper crisis, the printing company asked us back in January to define the quantity. The graphics on this beautiful theme went so well that we were able to print in June. As always, the coveted calendar is printed on heavy recycled paper and the edition is limited to 600 copies. Last year the calendars were sold out from mid-December, so it's probably worth buying early.


spiral binding

Recycled paper 240 g/sqm

Limited edition

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