The state opening of the Kulturpalast Dresden

The state opening of the Kulturpalast Dresden




It was just at the end of December the fact that new stages of the Dresden Condition Operetta and the theatre Junge Era theatre opened up in the creative artwork zone Kraftwerk Mitte Dresden. And today the next big event is already just around the corner: the particular freshly-renovated hotspot for culture Kulturpalast Dresden is opening on 04 28. Visitors to the Royal Structure can see historic clothing in brand new glory starting April 9, 2017, in the permanent exhibition “ The particular Electoral Wardrobe. ”

A concert hall with excellent acoustics, a separate stage for sharp-witted cabaret, a carefully renovated part of architectural history, and a central place on Altmarkt – these are a few of the things that make Kulturpalast Dresden an excellent downtown location with something for everybody. Completely restored after only three-and-a-half years, the 50-year-old Dresden milestone shines like it did on the first day.

The particular ultra-modern concert hall seats one, 800 and for many people it is a heaven sent dream, especially for the Dresden Philharmonic Band. Thanks to its comb-like structure as well as the height-adjustable stage elements, it ensures the best possible acoustics for all music types – from classical music in order to easy listening, rock or jazz music. And what a great start it will be: The german language schlager-star Roland Kaiser will be inviting the guests to the new Kulturpalast with “ Grenzenlos” (No Limits), a song that he wrote specifically for this occasion. Playing together with the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, he will be showing his composition during the opening 7 days from April 28 to Might 6, 2017.

Intended for Die Herkuleskeule cabaret, the proceed to the Kulturpalast is both a brand new beginning and a move closer to the old roots. This famous The german language cabaret started its career within 1961 in the basement of the bombed out Frauenkirche on Neumarkt next to the Kulturpalast. For more than 5 decades now, the ensemble has been getting tears of laughter to the eye of its audience – something that will certainly continue doing in its new place.

Only a few short guidelines away from the Kulturpalast there is an exhibit dedicated to this unique building that is getting put on by the Dresden Local Background Museum from April 22 until September 17. The exhibition concentrates on the architectural significance of the Kulturpalast, in the past and today, as well as on its several uses as a cultural center and it is history since its opening within 1969.