post-title Serenade concert | Beauty against violence | Schöneberg | 17.07.2019

Serenade concert | Beauty against violence | Schöneberg | 17.07.2019

Serenade concert | Beauty against violence | Schöneberg | 17.07.2019

Serenade concert | Beauty against violence | Schöneberg | 17.07.2019

On 17 July 2019 a public serenade concert with baroque arias with the title “Schönheit gegen Gewalt” (Beauty against Violence) will take place in Schöneberg from 8:30 p.m. in the open air.

As in the previous year, the organizers, the Foundation “Forum of Cultures on Questions of Time”, represented by Prof. Dr. Rudolf Prinz zur Lippe, and the gallery owner Pascual Jordan (Workshop Gallery), would like to positively charge a place in the city that has fallen into disrepute as a result of criminality and oppose violence with the beauty of art and culture.

“Between the great Cabaret Eldorado and Erwin Piscator’s theatrical departure, the beautiful old quarter (Schöneberg, editor’s note) once carried us so much of Berlin’s cosmopolitan spirit. Even now, people who are known and unknown live here, who have a sense for the questions of our time and the vastness of this world, engaged in the arts, in politics and in the problems of our present.

This pretty little square on a street corner is waiting to become a rendezvous for such consciousness from time to time. Some things have been done for it. Inviting rounds of sitting, a generous flower bed and already in the evening the light in the young trees. But in recent years this beautiful little garden has been darkly occupied by criminal activity and is considered dangerous. …

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Image caption: The motto of the Serenade Concert: Schönheit gegen Gewalt, Flyer der Veranstaltung

 

 

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