Sasha Waltz & Guests on tour in Leipzig for the first time

©Eva Raduenzel

On November 5th and 6th we will be coming to Leipzig for the first time in the frame of the renowned festival euro-scene Leipzig, with Sasha Waltz‘ classic »Allee der Kosmonauten«. The production is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and in current times is more up-to-date than ever. On November 5th the festival will also screen the documentary »Sasha Waltz - A Portrait« by Brigitte Kramer at the Passage Kinos in Leipzig which gives detailed insights into the work of the Berlin based choreographer. Tickets are now available.

»In C« on tour in Munich

©Jo Glinka 2021

After a successfull live Berlin premiere of Sasha Waltz & Guests' »In C«, the project will now be touring to Munich and will be performed at Muffathalle on October 5th and 6th. Tickets are available via the website of the Muffatwerk.

Community Day »Dance in the Garden« on October 3rd

©Mohamed Badarne

Together with Berlin Mondiale Sasha Waltz & Guests I Education & Community closes its open air season 2021 with two dance workshops in the beautiful autumn garden of Nachbarschaftscampus Dammweg. Dance with us under open sky or in the glass houses and let’s celebrate the last warm days and good Berlin neighbourhood! No previous knowledge required, just interest in moving together as a group.

Pop Up »In C« at Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin

©Sebastian Bolesch

On the evening of September 15th 2021 passersby in Berlin spontaneously had the possibility to experience the dance company Sasha Waltz & Guests pop up at the terrace of the Neue Nationalgalerie with »In C«.

»In C« live in Berlin for the first time in September

©Yanina Isla

On March 6th 2021 »In C« was performed for the first time in an online premiere on a livestream from the radialsystem in Berlin to the sounds of a recording by »Bang on a Can«. Now the choreography will finally celebrate its live premiere in front of the Berlin audience: From September 24th through 26th at the radialsystem, ticket sales are open.

»remains« by Andrew Schneider comes back live to the radialystem from August 28 to 31

remains_Andrew Schneider_Ensemble_(c)Carolin Saage
remains Andrew Schneider Ensemble (c)Carolin Saage

Sasha Waltz & Guests will be performing live again for its audience at the Berlin radialsystem in August: »remains« by New York artist Andrew Schneider received its world premiere on the eve before the first lock down on March 12, 2020, all other peformances had to be cancelled. Now the piece will return to the radialsystem for its second premiere from August 28 to 31. Tickets are now available via the radialsystem.

»In C« in July on tour in Cologne

©Yanina Isla

Decreasing infection rates make slow but steady reopenings possible, also in art and culture. This makes it possible for us to go on tour and perform live for an audience at the end of this season. On July 1 and 2 the audience in Cologne and surroundings can look forward to see a performacne of Sasha Waltz' latest work »In C« to the music by the same name of Terry Riley (1964). Ticket sales start on June 11.

Sasha Waltz & Guests in Ludwigsburg in June 2021

©Reiner Pfisterer

From June 25th through 27th 2021 the dance company will be performing the project »Dialoge 2021 - Ludwigsburg« at the Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele. Should the Corona regulations permit an open-air audience, advance booking will begin on June 14th. If this is not the case, the event will be will be shown exclusively on the Digital Stage of the festival.

With ARTE and Beethoven on a European Tour: Sasha Waltz & Guests in Delphi

Almost a year after ARTE’s Beethoven Day in honour of the 250th anniversary of the composer’s birth had to be cancelled owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, the European culture channel was determined to bring this exceptional musical spectacle to an audience - and we were part of it. Starting at 1pm on Sunday, 6 June 2021, ARTE Concert took audiences online on a very special tour with all nine Beethoven symphonies performed in chronological order – seven of them live – from nine venues of symbolic significance all over Europe: At the Arkadenhof of the Kurfürstliches Schloss in Beethoven’s birth city Bonn, on the shores of Lake Lugano, in Prague, Dublin, Helsinki, Luxembourg, Delphi, Strasbourg and Vienna, some of Europe’s greatest orchestras with outstanding conductors at the rostrum presented their interpretations of Beethoven’s most magnificent works.