They don’t have the glamour of metropolises, but they do have quite a few good ideas: three little-known cities and their appeal.
The international cultural scene looks not only to Berlin but also to Kassel, Bayreuth and Recklinghausen.
Almost every third German lives in a medium-sized city - and the trend is rising. What makes small places attractive?
Who will be coming onto the stage, and who will make it big in 2020? We have put together a list of names you should keep an eye on.
Hartmut Schwarzbach "successfully captured the three tragedies of our time": poverty, pollution and child labor.
Yiddish waltzes with Latin rhythms: the German-Israeli Caravan Orchestra thrives on musical contrasts.
Milky Chance is one of the most successful German music exports worldwide. Read how the band explains its success in this interview.
The planet and music in transition and rock against the right: read how these projects work musically for a better world.
You want to learn German? Languages are more easily memorized through rhythm and melodies. Here we give a few tips for learning German with music.
Berlin sounds extravagant, Hamburg handmade and Cologne free. We reveal what sound awaits you in what city.
What the exceptional composer has to do with pop art and artificial intelligence: ten facts on the occasion of Beethoven’s 250th birthday.