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Ehrenhof 4 - 540479Düsseldorf
11 am - 6 pm
11 am - 9 pm
The Robert Schumann Saal has a wealth of arts events in store for you! A chamber music hall with a fine classical design and excellent acoustics, the Robert Schumann Saal plays host to a varied programme encompassing classical and jazz concerts, music and literature events, readings and more. Alongside a variety of events organised by external promoters (our overall programme) shows a full listing, the Robert Schumann Saal runs its own series:
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The series erstKlassik! presents classical music in a refreshing format: An impressive line-up of musicians is invited to present varied classical concert programmes, sometimes including introductory comments or talks given by the protagonists. A firm feature of the series is the multi-award winning Schumann Quartet, having been “artists in residence” at the Robert Schumann Saal since the early stages of the quartet’s career.
Schumann Quartett, Photo: Kaupo Kikkas
A wealth of engaging and entertaining music and literature programmes is offered in the series Zweiklang!, bringing together fine musicians and leading exponents from the worlds of acting or literature. Ranging from composer portraits to novels, the multifaceted series has something in store for everyone.
Konrad Beikircher, Foto: Photo: Rodriguez
Jazz, too, features regularly in the Robert Schumann Saal’s varied programme. In the tradition-steeped format “Original & Fälschung?”, meaning “original and fake?”, original classical compositions are performed in direct juxtaposition with jazz versions. The jazz series is complemented by various visiting soloists or ensembles.
Wolfgang Engstfeld, Peter Weiss, Photo: Robert Eikelpoth
Transcending boundaries between classical music and a variety of different genres such as pop, hip hop, soul, or jazz – this is what the series 440Hz is about. Time and again the musical protagonists demonstrate their ease in moving from one sphere to another, creating fabulous music in the process. Traditionally, concerts are followed by a party with DJ in the foyer, offering visitors an opportunity to mingle with the musicians.
Repercussion, Photo: Udo Gottschalk
This series, literally meaning “to discover talents”, staged in collaboration with Heinersdorff Konzerte, presents selected winners of international piano competitions. Audiences are invited to get to know young, highly talented pianists at an early stage of their career and to help to create fond memories of Düsseldorf, thus encouraging them to return when they have become stars.
Rachel Cheung, © ofotostudio