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PASSIONATE ABOUT CULTURE AND THE ARTS.
Enjoy a performance at the Semperoper opera house in Dresden, visit the Robert-Schumann-Haus in Zwickau, take in Chemnitz Art Collections or attend a concert by the St. Thomas choristers in Leipzig – the list is virtually endless. Saxony has a genuine commitment to culture, with the highest state funding for culture of all non-city states in Germany. The historical legacy includes world-famous figures such as Johann Sebastian Bach and Richard Wagner, with contemporary artists like Neo Rauch now continuing the tradition.
A trip to Zwickau in Western Saxony will appeal to anyone interested in the composer Robert Schumann, who was born in the town, but also to car enthusiasts keen to…Continue reading
The Saxon town of Oelsnitz has always been a hive of activity – underground in days gone by, and nowadays above ground. Jan Färber presses a button and fires up…Continue reading
The relaxed atmosphere, chilled-out visitors and open-minded Leipzig residents make the festival a four-day event for the whole city.Continue reading
He’s clearly still recovering from his last project when he turns up for the interview: Christian Meyer, musician and comedian, was one of the organisers of the 18th German-speaking poetry…Continue reading