Museum für Kommunikation BerlinR4 Get inspiration from the performance by Team Recycled to the sounds of the remixed Backstreet Boys, followed by a workshop for the best moves.
Science Center SpectrumR1 R4 R5 The theremin is an electronic musical instrument that is played without physical contact. Frequency and volume are controlled with two antennas that sense the relative positions of the player’s hands. Robert Meyer is a master thereminist who entices a wide variety of musical styles from the instrument.
Nineties Berlin (Alte Münze)R1 Sing your favourite 90s song on what is probably Berlin’s most unusual stage! You become part of the performance on the artistic stage, surrounded by the 270° projection.
Museum KnoblauchhausR1 Music from the Biedermeier period with Kathrin Goschenhofer (oboe) and Ulrike Buhlmann (bassoon).
Museum der Unerhörten DingeThe bicycles usually in the museum depot will not be visible tonight, but will leave behind their sounds that can now be heard all through the Long Night.
Museum für Kommunikation BerlinR4 Oh Yeah!
Berlin U-Bahn MuseumEnjoy live music in the atrium of the Olympia-Stadion U-Bahn station.
Museum für Kommunikation BerlinR4 Challenge friends and strangers to the Dance Challenge. There can only be one Beat King or Beat Queen.
Märkisches MuseumR1 Lauschen Sie den Klängen des Grammophons! Das Trio steht für Musik der 20/30er- und 40/50er-Jahre, Alt Berlin, Swing/Latin, ungarische Traditionals u. a.
Museum Ephraim-PalaisR1 Lifestyle music from the 20s and 30s with Stephan Wuthe – who will join him? We’ve made sure there’ll be a proper dance floor.
Museum für Kommunikation BerlinR4 Bearpit-Karaoke-Show with Joe Hatchiban. Sing your favorite songs!
Humboldt Forum im Berliner SchlossR1 Berlin artist Gabriel Dembach weaves together sounds from the Phonogram Archive of the Ethnological Museum of the Berlin State Museums into a space-filling sound installation. Eight sound arrangements distributed around the Schlüterhof invite visitors to linger, while two musicians make a collage from recordings and live music.