»Der Gasteig brummt!« 2021 – The Gasteig is Buzzing Again! Gasteig München GmbH

»Der Gasteig brummt!« 2021 – The Gasteig is Buzzing Again!


Säle & Foyers – Gasteig HP8

€ 2 per individual event (incl. MVV)

This is a past event.


Due to the current restrictions, the two music days can unfortunately not take place. We regret this very much. All fans young and older can be assured that the Gasteig will be buzzing again in the future! Getting children excited about music remains an important concern for all involved. We hope for a better overall situation next year.

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Children & Youth – Kids & Teens
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For people from 0 to 100 years

Let the Gasteig HP8 adventure begin! If they haven’t done so already, this year’s »Der Gasteig brummt!« (The Gasteig is buzzing!), which is taking place over two days, provides children, youngsters, families and school classes with the opportunity of invading and taking a closer look at the Gasteig HP8 in Sendling. In keeping with the new location, plenty of new protagonists will take part, such as the Munich Symphony Orchestra and foley artist (they’re the people who make the sounds in films) Max Bauer, who will give a tour of the film set. Old acquaintances and familiar established events are also back of course.


Tickets for the individual events will be available shortly in the webshop at gasteig-brummt.muenchenticket.net or at München Ticket.

Please note that accompanying persons as well as infants and toddlers also need their own ticket. Remaining tickets may be available at the box office. You can use your tickets to travel to and from the event all day on the public transport (MVV) within Munich free of charge.

At »Der Gasteig brummt!«, the »2G Plus« rule applies

Children up to their sixth birthday, pre-schoolers and schoolchildren up to 12 years and 3 months who are subject to regular testing in school do not require additional proof of testing. A student ID or identity document is considered proof. For people from 12 years and 3 months of age, the »2G plus« rule (vaccinated or recovered plus negative test, with proof of identity) applies as for adults. FFP2 masks are compulsory throughout the Gasteig, including in the seat during the event; children up to their sixth birthday are exempt from wearing them; for young people up to the age of 16, the medical mask is sufficient. Detailed information on hygiene rules can be found here.


Due to the current situation the programme is still in process. This is the current status:

 

The programme on 10.12.2021

Projektor (Hall E, ground floor)

11 AM + 1 PM + 5 PM
The foley artist

Sounds in films, like the clip clop of horses’ hooves and the creaking of a door are usually created by so-called foley artists. One of these, Max Bauer, offers us an insight into the unusual craft of the »noise-maker«. Take a look behind the scenes and quiz him about his job!
From 6 years | 60 minutes

Kulturvermittlungsraum/cultural education room (Hall E, 1st floor)

12:30 AM, 13:45 PM, 14:45 PM + 15:45 PM
Sonic adventurers discover the world of percussion with Art2Beat

Cristina and Moritz present percussion instruments from all around the world and play amazing melodies for you. Of course, you can also join in! (20 places)
From 6 years | 45 minutes

Generator (Hall E, 1st floor)

9:15 AM, 11 AM + 1 PM
Fun with Orff percussion instruments

Teachers from the Orff-Schulwerk association will create water songs with you. (20 places)
3–8 years | 45 minutes

Hall E, 2nd floor

Music in the Sonic Chair and more ...
The City Library will be playing music for you in its Sonic Chairs. The two armchairs with integrated headphones invite you to listen as they present great music CDs for children. There are also other items and even e-pianos to discover.

The programme on 11.12.2021


Isarphilharmonie

10 AM
The Munich Symphony Orchestra
– »Ein Horn zum Verlieben«
W. A. Mozart: Marsch KV 445, Divertimento in D (KV 334); L. Mozart: Alphornkonzert in G (1. Satz). Orchestra: The Munich Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Enrico Delamboye. Presentation + concept: Ingrid Hausl.

3 PM Klassik am Nachmittag – Afternoon Classics
The Munich Symphonic Ensemble plays the Violin Concerto No 3 in G major (K 216) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Violin: Lisa Hellmich. The conductor Felix Mayer will give a short introduction.
From 6 years | 45 minutes

Projektor (Hall E, ground floor)

10 AM, noon + 2 PM
The foley artist

Sounds in films, like the clip clop of horses’ hooves and the creaking of a door are usually created by so-called foley artists. One of these, Max Bauer, offers us an insight into the unusual craft of the »noise-maker«. Take a look behind the scenes and quiz him about his job!
From 6 years | 60 minutes

Kulturvermittlungsraum/cultural education room (Hall E, 1st floor)

10 AM, 11:15 AM + 12:30 PM
Sonic adventurers discover the world of percussion with Art2Beat

Cristina and Moritz present percussion instruments from all around the world and play amazing melodies for you. Of course, you can also join in! (20 places)
From 6 years | 45 minutes

2:30 PM + 3:45 PM
Sagen & Sounds aus den Bergen (Legends & Sounds from the Mountai
ns)
An interactive storytelling-yodelling-sound performance with music, yodelling, body percussion and many exciting legends from the Alps by Doro Heckelsmüller (harp) and Katharina Ritter (narrator).
From 6 years | 45 minutes

Generator (Hall E, 1st floor)

10 AM, noon + 2 PM
Hey, sing mit! – Lieder, die Spaß machen (Join in and sing along to fun songs!)

The singer Andrea Fessmann sings cool and groovy songs with you. It’s bound to be a fun event! (25 places)
6–10 years | 45 minutes

Hall E, 2nd floor

Music in the Sonic Chair and more ...
The City Library will be playing music for you in its Sonic Chairs. The two armchairs with integrated headphones invite you to listen as they present great music CDs for children. There are also other items and even e-pianos to discover.

Hall X

10 AM + 11:45 AM
Die Planeten (The Planets)

If you think that the planets just revolve around the sun, you’re mistaken. There’s plenty happening in the Milky Way. If you want to know what Venus, Mars and Jupiter are up to right now, you shouldn’t miss »The Planets« concert. Martina Silvester, flute, concept and narration; Valentina Cieslar, violin (Jupiter); Jenny Scherling, viola (Venus); Katerina Giannitsioti, cello (Mars).  
4–10 years | 45 minutes

3 PM
Kindersinfoniker

The 30 young string players of the Kindersinfoniker present excerpts from their repertoire: As we’re in the Saint-Saëns commemorative year, they will perform his caprice-valse »Wedding Cake« as well as the »Andante festivo« by Jean Sibelius, the »Berchtesgadener Kindersinfonie« and the »Weihnachts-Sinfonietta« after Carl Reinecke. Musical direction and narration: Johannes X. Schachtner.
From 4 years | 45 minutes

In cooperation with the MPhil, the MSB and the HMTM
(GMG)