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Events 2021

We Celebrate, Sing, Dance!

The event "We Celebrate, Sing, Dance!" teaches students in fourth through sixth grades about Jewish culture in an experiential way using the example of the festival of Purim. This festival, which commemorates the salvation of the Persian Jews, is particularly suitable for this purpose because of its joyful occasion. The young participants will dance, sing and taste traditional pastries. Special highlights include the participation of Rabbi Zsolt Balla and the presentation of the Notenbogen-Entdeckerpass (Music Arc Discovery Passport) "Tracing Jewish Musicians in Leipzig". The Discovery Passport encourages to search for traces in the middle of the city of Leipzig. Through the combination of music, dance, history and the present, a lively approach to Jewish culture and religion is created. The event is suitable for deepening the subject matter on Jewish culture in the subject areas of ethics, history, religion, music and science.

Project partner: Ariowitsch-Haus e.V.

Date: June 29th, 2021, 9:30-11:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Place: Ariowitsch House

Admission: free

Participation for school classes only after registration at hutzler(at)notenspur-leipzig.de until June 15th, 2021.

Jewish Life, Faith and Culture – Theme Evening at “Leipziger Hörspielsommer” Radio Play Festival

A theme evening with radio plays, interviews and music focuses on German-Jewish coexistence in Leipzig since the time when Jews in Germany gradually received the same civil rights as non-Jews. The radio plays are about synagogues as places that can give people a home and a foothold, about recurring experiences of flight by Jewish people, about the richness of Jewish culture as exemplified by music, and about the struggle of the Jewish community to find its way anew in Germany between liberal and orthodox experiences of faith and life. Great personalities – bridge builders between cultures despite discrimination – as well as times of mutually enriching exchange offer starting points for a new coexistence of Jews and non-Jews in Germany.

Date: July 8, 2021, 6 p.m.-2 p.m.

Place: Richard-Wagner-Hain (east side)

Admission: free

Project partners: Hörspielsommer, Hochschule für Technik Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig (Leipzig University of Applied Sciences HTWK, Project and Event Management)

Promenade Concert on a Bicycle – Notenrad Tour to Jewish Cemeteries

In the jubilee year "1700 years of Jewish life in Germany", the Notenspur Association dedicates its Notenrad (Music Bike Trail) tour to the Jewish cemetery and remembrance culture. The ride leads via the Old and New Jewish Cemeteries in Leipzig to the Jewish Cemetery in Delitzsch. Gravesites of people who were important for the history of music will be visited, cemetery customs will be explained and music will be heard. On the way there is time for a picnic (church Podelwitz/Rackwitz, self-catering!). From Delitzsch, the tour, which is 50 km long in total, leads back to Leipzig via Lake Werbellin and Lake Schladitz (arrival approx. 7:00 p.m.). The tour will be accompanied by the ADFC Leipzig.

Participation in a guided tour and the musical performance is also possible by public transport.

Further information with the expected times will follow.

Together with the Jewish community, we ask male participants to cover their heads with appropriate headgear in the Jewish cemeteries.

Information about Jewish cemeteries in Saxony can be found here: http://www.alemannia-judaica.de/sachsen_friedhoefe.htm

The implementation of events that we publish on this page depends on the current Corona situation.

All events are published in German. If you are interested in receiving news on events for specific dates in English, please contact us via e-mail.

11. September 2021   Notenspur-Tag / Kammermusik-Festival "Con spirito"

Als Auftakt zum Kammermusik-Festival Con spirito findet ein Notenspur-Tag mit einem Familienprogramm am Vormittag und einem Wandelkonzert am Nachmittag statt. Näheres lesen Sie bald hier.

September 2021 Sukkot XXL

In der zweiten Septemberhälfte 2021 laden die jüdischen Gemeinden in Deutschland ein, mit ihnen Sukkot (Laubhüttenfest) als Begegnungsfest zu feiern. Auf dem Burgplatz wird es eine große Sukka als zentralen Informations- und Anschauungsort geben. (siehe auch hier:)
Wer Lust hat, sich am Mitmachformat beim bundesweiten Laubhüttenfest – Sukkot XXL zu beteiligen, zum Beispiel als Privatperson oder mit einem Verein/einer Institution, den beraten wir gern. Kontakt unter: konrad(at)notenspur-leipzig.de.

Zeitraum: 19.9.-1.10.2021

20. November 2021  7. Notenspur-Nacht der Hausmusik

Die Durchführung der 7. Notenspur-Nacht der Hausmusik ist für den 20. November 2021 geplant. Wir hoffen sehr, dass wir diese traditionsreiche Veranstaltung in diesem Jahr durchführen können, ebenso auch die geplante Erweiterung "Hausmusik geht ins Revier". Näheres erfahren Sie hier.



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