The museum at Ludwig van Beethoven's birth place is one of the most frequented music museums worldwide and one of the 100 most popular sights in Germany. Since December 17, 2019, the museum has been hosting a new and enlarged permanent exhibition. It provides a new approach to experiencing Beethoven as an artist and fellow human being in a modern, inspiring and exciting way. New rooms are the vault with manuscripts, a music room for regular concerts on historic keyboards and a special area for temporary exhibitions.
Already in 1989, the Beethoven-Haus Society celebrated its 100th anniversary and opened a new building for its library and collection. Centrepiece is the Hermann J. Abs chamber music hall, designed by the Cologne architect Thomas van den Valentyn and named after the president of the Association of many years, Hermann J. Abs (1901-1994).
How to get there
The Beethoven-Haus is located at the edge of the historical centre of Bonn.
It has it's own tram station Bertha von Suttnerplatz/Beethovenhaus, view public transport connections here.
At this venue
The IAMIC international conference will take place at the chamber music hall of the Beethoven-Haus Bonn. In five 60-minute sessions, high-class speakers will present interesting and current topics. Additionally, guests from concert halls, orchestras and music organisations will be invited to take part in the discussion.
The international conference will be open for an interested expert audience.
Address: Beethoven-Haus Bonn, Bonngasse 24–26, Bonn
NN (Winning ensemble of the German Music Competition)