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Romeo and Juliet
March 4, 7.30pm March 10, 7.30pm
March 18, 7.30pm March 26, 7.30pm
“Romeo and Juliet’s love story belongs to the world. The tale of these star-crossed young lovers never fails to touch and inspire audiences and artists alike. Here, Mirko Mahr, director of the ballet of the Musikalische Komödie, retells this mythic tale with younger audiences in mind.”
March 6, starting 8am
The famous flee market opens its doors for the first time this year. Various antiques, furniture, household items and design pieces – art lovers will find something for their own collections for sure!
Chamber Music with the Staatskapelle Dresden
March 6, 6pm
The Staatskapelle Dresden visits the Gewandhaus to delight its visitors with chamber music. The quintet embraces a piano, two violins, a viola as well as a violoncello.
Shalom: 1700 Years – an audio play journey
Unikatum – Children’s and Youth Museum
Tue – Fri: 2pm – 6pm; Sat & Sun: 10am – 6pm
For children and teenagers
The Unikatum invites to a journey through time: At audio stations visitors can listen to children talk about living in Jewish families and communities over the period of 17 centuries!