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JMB to 120! Generations and Visions

Talk and Concert as Part of Our Cultural Summer (video recording available, in German and partly in English)

We have achieved, experienced and shaped many things in our first twenty years — and are planning much more in the future! Together with old and new friends, we’ll use the conclusion of our Cultural Summer to fix our gazes on the road ahead: how can the cultural heritage be preserved and transmitted for future generations? What new forms of interaction with history are opening up to us in the present? What meaning do Enlightenment values have today? And how can we face up to the challenges of shared responsibility for our world?

recording available

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Where

Museum Garden (in case of bad weather in the Glass Courtyard)
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

JMB to 120! Generations and Visions. Talks with Hetty Berg, Daniel Libeskind, Cilly Kugelmann, Barrie Kosky, Inka Bertz, Susan Neiman, Ane Kleine-Engel und Louisa Neubauer, Moderation: Marion Brasch; video recording from 26 Aug 2021 (in German and partly in English); Jewish Museum Berlin 2021

7 pm: Talk Generations and Visions

This topic and many more will be explored by:

  • Hetty Berg (Director JMB) and Daniel Libeskind (architect)
  • Cilly Kugelmann (publicist) with Barrie Kosky (Intendant and Head Director at the Komische Oper Berlin)
  • Inka Bertz (Curator of Art JMB) with Susan Neiman (philosopher and Director of the Einstein Forum)
  • Ane Kleine-Engel (Director of ANOHA) with Luisa Neubauer (climate activist, author, student)
  • Moderator: Marion Brasch (author and moderator)
Portrait of Marion Brasch, hands in pockets, with bar table in the background

Marion Brasch; photo: Holmsohn © Marion Brasch

Collage of portrait photos of the four persons mentioned in the caption

Daniel Libeskind, photo: Stefan Ruiz, Luisa Neubauer; photo: Annette Hausschild/Ostkreuz, Barrie Kosky; photo: Jan Windszus Photography, Susan Neiman; photo: Cindy König

7.45–8.15 pm INTERMISSION

8.15 pm: Concert Sounds of Generations

An evening of Jewish music in all its diversity: in honor of the anniversary, mandolin player Alon Sariel and pianist Gad Kadosh called for a sweeping summit of Jewish music culture. Classic and klezmer, Ladino and popular music from Matti Caspi and Yoni Rechter — this music shaped entire generations. To cap off the Cultural Summer, we’ll share together in the wonders of an outdoor musical celebration featuring mandolin and piano.

Laughing man with dog and mandolin sits in front of colorful painted wall

Alon Sariel; photo: Juliana Farinha

Where, when, what?

  • When Thu 26 Aug 2021, 7 pm
  • Where Museum Garden (in case of bad weather in the Glass Courtyard)

    Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

    See location on map
  • Entry fee

    Free of charge

  • Registration There are no tickets left for this event.
    Please present your ticket at the door. Doors open at 6:15 pm. As per the current Hygiene Regulations, contact information for all guests will be collected at the gate. We ask that you arrive no later than 30 minutes before the start of the event to avoid delays.
    Spots are limited. We reserve the right to cancel previously booked tickets should poor weather or changes to health ordinances make this necessary. If such a situation arises, we will inform you by email based on the order in which registrations were received.

    Corona rules All guests to live events are required to follow the current hygiene regulations of the Jewish Museum Berlin.
    In addition, guests will be required to present a negative Corona test no older than 24 hours, or proof of full immunization.
    For the protection of both you and other guests, all participants are required to wear a mask covering both mouth and nose at any time when you are not in your assigned seats.

    Please note The event, including the audience, will be photographed and filmed. The photo and film material will be used in press and publicity work for the Jewish Museum Berlin, i.e. may be published in print media, the internet or on social media.

    Livestream The event will be streamed live. You can find the livestream on this page and on our YouTube channel.

    Language The event will be conducted in German and partly in English.

    For journalists T +49 (0)30 259 93 419
    presse@jmberlin.de

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