Free Concert Against Violence at the Gethsemanekirche Berlin

On November 2nd, Barenboim and the Staatskapelle Berlin join forces against violence in a special memorial concert in the Gethsemanekirche in the Prenzlauer Berg neighborhood of Berlin. On November 5th, 1989, four days before the wall fell, the Staatskapelle Berlin performed Beethoven's Eroica Symphony in the very same church with conductor Rolf Reuter, who declared after the concert that the "wall must fall." The concert was followed by a spontaneous public demonstration on a nearby avenue. The Staatskapelle returns on November 2nd with Daniel Barenboim to perform the Eroica Symphony once again, twenty years later. Admission is free but unfortunately, there are no tickets left for the event. The orchestra's next gratis appearance with Barenboim will be at the Brandenburg Gate on November 9th, to commemorate exactly 20 years of the Berlin Wall's fall.

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