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Events

Covid Note

Please note that, in line with our COVID-19 prevention concept, you need to register in advance to attend any of our events (except the guided tours offered by our Education Dept.). We also reserve the right to cancel events at short notice. You will find information regarding the use of personal data on our website.

CONCERT PLUS CONVERSATION IN THE BASSANO HALL

Sign up at talks@khm.at

Thursday, 17 December 2020
8 p.m.

Leonore Prohaska

Eine unvollendete Revolutionsoper Ludwig van Beethovens
Premiere directed by Wolfgang Dosch, performed by Students of the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna Followed by: Susana Zapke (MUK) in conversation with Thomas Macho (IFK)


The event will be held in German.
Attendance is free with a valid entrance ticket. Please note that you will need to reserve your timeslot online or at the ticket office to visit the exhibition Beethoven Moves.

Thursday, 14 January 2021
7 p.m.

Caprichos Goyescos

Jürgen Ruck, guitar
Followed by: Wilhelm Sinkovicz (Die Presse) in conversation with Jürgen Ruck


The event will be held in German.
Attendance is free with a valid entrance ticket. Please note that you will need to reserve your timeslot online or at the ticket office to visit the exhibition Beethoven Moves.

Artist TALKS IN THE BASSANO HALL

Sign up at talks@khm.at

Tuesday, 17 November 2020
7 p.m.

Guido van der Werve

Artist talk and screening


Attendance is free with a valid entrance ticket. Please note that you will need to reserve your timeslot online or at the ticket office to visit the exhibition Beethoven Moves.

Thursday, 17 December 2020
6 p.m.

Tino Sehgal

Artist talk


Attendance is free with a valid entrance ticket. Please note that you will need to reserve your timeslot online or at the ticket office to visit the exhibition Beethoven Moves.

SYMPOSIUM IN THE BASSANO HALL

Sign up at jelinek.germanistik@univie.ac.at

Thursday, 26 November 2020
5.30-9.30 p.m.

Aktualisierung oder Auslöschung? Die Kunst der Überschreibung

Symposium by the Interuniversitärer Forschungsverbund Elfriede Jelinek focusing on processes and practices of rewriting and overwriting in the arts.


Free entry for participants of the symposium. Please note that you will need to reserve your timeslot online or at the ticket office to visit the exhibition Beethoven Moves.

ART EDUCATION

Book a private tour for yourself, for your friends or for your company! Our docents will show you exactly what you want to see.

We offer a wide range of free guided tours and lectures in German on many different subjects/themes in all our collections. Please see our German homepage for more details.

T +43 1 525 24 - 5202
kunstvermittlung@khm.at

INCLUSIVE ART EDUCATION

We offer inclusive guided tours in German every Friday at 3 p.m. through the exhibition: Guided Touch Tours, Guided tours in sign language, easy language or for people with dementia.

Limited number of participants, registration required under rotraut.krall@khm.at. Tickets available at the ticket office of the Kunsthistorisches Museum with disability card for free.

Theatermuseum

MUSICK BEY DEM FÜRSTEN LOBKOWITZ

A series of events at on the occasion of the Beethoven anniversary year 2020.
www.theatermuseum.at

Wednesday, 30 September 2020
7.30 p.m.

Beethoven und seine Förderer

Chamber music with Maria Bader-Kubizek (violin), Ursula Kortschak (viola), Dorothea Schönwiese (cello) and Zvi Meniker (fortepiano)


Sold out

Wednesday, 14 November 2020
7.30 p.m.

Ein Künstler war er auch aber auch ein Mensch

Johannes Krisch reads from Beethoven’s letters and reports by his friends. Florian Krumpöck plays compositions closely connected with these texts.


The event will be held in German.
Sold out

Wednesday, 18 November 2020
Thursday, 19 November 2020
Friday, 20 November 2020
7.30 p.m.

Sanftwut oder Der Ohrenmaschinist – Eine Theatersonate von Gert Jonke

Staged reading with Klaus Haberl, Thomas Kamper and Nikolaus Kinsky. Directed by Karl Baratta


The event will be held in German.
Tickets available here.

COLLECTION OF HISTORIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Sign up at info.sam@khm.at

Sunday, 27 September 2020
11 a.m.

Matinée

Natalia Rehling
Fortepiano, Anton Weber, Vienna c. 1800, Inv. no. SAM 539

Thursday, 17 Dezember 2020
7.30 p.m.

Soirée

Wolfgang Holzmair
Baritone

Markus Vorzellner
Pianoforte, Conrad Graf, Vienna, after 1828, Inv. no. SAM 570

Discover our playlist Beethoven Moves on Spotify as well as podcasts about the exhibition and get in the mood for this unusual homage in advance. Also, show us how Beethoven moves you with our specially designed Instagram Story filter!