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Adenauerallee 148

53113 Bonn

kanzler@living-hotels.com +49 (0)228-6844-0

Want to know why travelers choose us again and again? Because we offer space for work and living in Bonn. Because we put comfort over hype. For genuine and heartfelt hospitality and coziness. For the special moments during your stay. Living moments such as film nights in our in-house cinema. We even provide the popcorn.

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    • Working area with desk and safe
    • Bathroom with bathtub or shower and hairdryer
    • Fully equipped kitchentte in the appartments
    • Flatscreen
    • Free highspeed wifi and telephony to many countries
    • Minibar free of charge (2 waters, 2 beers daily) depending on booked rate
    • Laundry room (for a fee)
    • Garage parking spaces (for a fee)
    • Free e-charging station for electronic cars
    • Free hotel-smartphone available
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    • Check-in: 03:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
    • Reception: 24h/7
    • Breakfast: Mon to Fri 06:30 am - 10:00 am, Sat, Sun and Public Holidays 07:00 am - 11:00 am
    • Restaurant & Bar: Mon to Sat 11:30 am - 02:30 pm and 06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    • Sauna & Steam Bath: Mon, Wed, Thu 12:00 pm - 09:00 pm; Fri to Sun 10:00 am - 09:00 pm
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    • Fitness: 24/7
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Adenauerallee 148

53113 Bonn

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Living Hotel Kanzler Bonn Beethovenfest

Beethovenfest 2019

“Moonlight”

Revolutionary, visionary, artist – Beethoven still belongs to the most played composers worldwide. And where could you celebrate this virtuoso better than in his home town Bonn? His significant oeuvre is brought to life by internationally renowned musicians at the annual Beethovenfest in september. This year, the festival falls under the mysterious motto “moonlight” – an homage to the inspirational source and muse of so many important artists.

Be inspired as well by our exclusive special offer for all Beethoven fans. Thanks to our cooperation with the Beethovenfest, you will get a discount on the concert tickets in combination with your stay in the Living Hotel Kanzler in Bonn.

For reservation and addtional questions please contact:

Anna Riehe
Front Office Manager
Email: anna.riehe@living-hotels.com

‘An oratorio for cheerful people’

Living Hotel Kanzler Bonn Beethovenfest Jérémy Rhorer © Chris Christodoulou

Jérémy Rhorer © Chris Christodoulou

Sun, 08.09.2019, 18:00 pm

World Conference Center Bonn

Thus Robert Schumann’s own description of his oriental fairy-tale Das Paradies und die Peri for solo voices, chorus and orchestra. Premièred in Leipzig in 1848, he intended it to launch ‘a new genre for the concert hall’, and indeed it combines features from oratorio, opera and the lied, hovering between worlds just like its protagonists. The Peri, an angelic being in human form, was banished from Paradise. Now she criss-crosses India and Egypt in order to find, in Syria, the sacred gift that will reopen the doors of Paradise. Scenes of riveting drama alternate with others of lyric poetry. This extraordinary work will be played by an orchestra that has instantaneously made a name for itself in the ‘period performance’ landscape. Together with its founder and conductor, Jérémy Rhorer, the musicians will guide us through what Schumann often called his ‘very best work’.

Sarah Wegener / Soprano

Katja Stuber / Soprano

Valentina Stadler / Mezzo sporano

Werner Güra / Tenor

Dean Power / Tenor

Krešimir Stražanac / Bass

Audi Jugendchor

Le Cercle de l‘Harmonie

Jérémie Rhorer / Conductor

Campus Project – South Africa

Living Hotel Kanzler Bonn Beethovenfest © Just Six

© Just Six

Thu, 12.09.2019, 20:00 pm

World Conference Center Bonn

Whether on the street, on the football field or in the swimming pool, group singing is an essential part of South Africa’s lifestyle. Its songs bear marks of the country’s turbulent colonial history and also traces of apartheid. Our Campus Concert takes up these themes and places them in a dialogue with the European heritage of song. Two a cappella groups from South Africa and Germany will present the results of their meetings in both countries, framed by Germany’s National Youth Orchestra. A concert as rich and colourful as life itself in this multi-cultural ‘rainbow nation’.

Sjaella / Germany

Just 6 / South Africa

Svenja Lehmann / Soprano

Abongile Fumba  / Mezzo soprano

Bundesjugendorchester

Brandon Phillips / Conductor

Clara Schumann zum 200. Geburtstag

Living Hotel Kanzler Bonn Beethovenfest Jamina Gerl © Tobias Vollmer

Jamina Gerl © Tobias Vollmer

Fri, 13.09.2019, 20:00 pm

World Conference Center Bonn

Jamina Gerl / Piano

Fabian Müller / Piano

Robert Schumann Philharmonie Chemnitz

Gerrit Prießnitz / Conductor

‘Sunless’

Living Hotel Kanzler Bonn Beethovenfest Gerhaher und Huber © Alexander Basta for Sony

Gerhaher und Huber © Alexander Basta for Sony

Wed, 25.09.2019, 20:00 pm

Forum der Bundeskunsthalle

Christian Gerhaher is one of the most sought-after singers in the world, and every new CD release is celebrated as a sensation. Yet this baritone views himself primarily as a lied singer. Here his powers of interpretation are beyond compare, and the nuances he coaxes from even the most familiar song cycles beggar belief. For decades his equally brilliant accompanist and comrade-in-arms has been Gerold Huber. Now these two artists have drawn up a new programme combining several Purcell songs in Benjamin Britten’s ingenious arrangements with German and Russian songs from the 19th century. Flanking a selection of Brahms lieder are two song cycles by Modest Mussorgsky, both composed in 1874-75 at the same time as his famous ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’. The same accessibility and richness of colour predominate in ‘Songs and Dances of Death’ and ‘Sunless’. To translate ‘human speech’ into music was Mussorgsky’s primary aim, even above the ‘generation of feelings’.

Christian Gerhaher / Baritone

Gerold Huber / Piano

Clara Schumann zum 200. Geburtstag

Living Hotel Kanzler Bonn Beethovenfest Jamina Gerl © Tobias Vollmer

Jamina Gerl © Tobias Vollmer

Fri, 13.09.2019, 20:00 pm

World Conference Center Bonn

Jamina Gerl / Piano

Fabian Müller / Piano

Robert Schumann Philharmonie Chemnitz

Gerrit Prießnitz / Conductor

‘Sunless’

Living Hotel Kanzler Bonn Beethovenfest Gerhaher und Huber © Alexander Basta for Sony

Gerhaher und Huber © Alexander Basta for Sony

Wed, 25.09.2019, 20:00 pm

Forum der Bundeskunsthalle

Christian Gerhaher is one of the most sought-after singers in the world, and every new CD release is celebrated as a sensation. Yet this baritone views himself primarily as a lied singer. Here his powers of interpretation are beyond compare, and the nuances he coaxes from even the most familiar song cycles beggar belief. For decades his equally brilliant accompanist and comrade-in-arms has been Gerold Huber. Now these two artists have drawn up a new programme combining several Purcell songs in Benjamin Britten’s ingenious arrangements with German and Russian songs from the 19th century. Flanking a selection of Brahms lieder are two song cycles by Modest Mussorgsky, both composed in 1874-75 at the same time as his famous ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’. The same accessibility and richness of colour predominate in ‘Songs and Dances of Death’ and ‘Sunless’. To translate ‘human speech’ into music was Mussorgsky’s primary aim, even above the ‘generation of feelings’.

Christian Gerhaher / Baritone

Gerold Huber / Piano

The ‘Moonlight Sonata’

Living Hotel Kanzler Bonn Beethovenfest Pierre-Laurent Aimard © Marco Borggreve

Pierre-Laurent Aimard © Marco Borggreve

Thu, 26.09.2019, 20:00 pm

World Conference Center Bonn

We all think we know Beethoven’s ‘Moonlight’ Sonata. Yet not even its name stems from Beethoven: it was invented by the writer Ludwig Rellstab, who felt transported to the nocturnal shores of Lake Lucerne by its C-sharp minor tonality. This ‘Sonata quasi una fantasia’ seems to float in mid-air in the first movement only to plunge all the more heavily to earth in the finale. Pierre-Laurent Aimard combines it with works by leading 20th-century composers that he knew in person. He studied in Paris with Olivier Messiaen’s wife Yvonne Loriod, who ushered him into the spiritual universe of that composer-ornithologist. He was also a founding member of Pierre Boulez’s Ensemble Intercontemporain and maintained a decades-long friendship with György Ligeti, who composed many works specially for him. The supervisory board of the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation called Aimard a ‘key figure in the music of our time’ when it awarded him its ‘Nobel Prize in Music’ in 2017.

Pierre-Laurent Aimard / Piano

Beethovenfest Bonn 2020

“Seid umschlungen”

2020 will be a very special year for all Beethoven fans as we will celebrate the 250th birthday of the virtuous artist together! In an homage to Beethoven, great music events will take place at his birthplace Bonn the whole year which will make it worth travelling to the city.

The Beethovenfest will honor the composer with 60 concerts which will take place from 13th of March until the 22nd of March 2020 under the motto “be entwined”.

Of course, our team from the Living Hotel Kanzler will celebrate with you again and grant you discounted tickets for the great anniversary event in combination with your stay at our hotel!

Late Mozart, brand-new Poppe

Living Hotel Kanzler Bonn Beethovenfest Pierre-Laurent Aimard © Peter Nils Dorén

© Peter Nils Dorén Grafikdesign, Berlin

Tue, 17.03.2020, 08:00 pm

Oper Bonn

‘I feel like my entire life has been a deep compositional confrontation with Beethoven’, Enno Poppe confides. ‘Somehow he’s always looking over my shoulder while I write. He’s always there’. For the 2019 Beethovenfest Poppe expressed this ‘confrontation’ in a new violin concerto. As might be expected, it relates to Beethoven’s only work in the genre. The solo part is taken by the incomparable Carolin Widmann, with the composer himself standing at the conductor’s desk. Framing the concerto are two late symphonies in G minor. Joseph Haydn’s  ‘Paris’ symphonies are the first he wrote for public performance. The nickname ‘The Hen’, derived from the appoggiatura figures in the second theme of the opening movement, does little justice to the work’s grandeur and maturity. Mozart’s G-minor Symphony (K. 550) was already called ‘immortal’ by a contemporary: ‘it unites maximum beauty with the loftiest sublimity, yet never meanders into the wild and fantastical’.

Carolin Widmann / Violin

Mahler Chamber Orchestra

Enno Poppe / Conductor

Russian invocations

Living Hotel Kanzler Bonn Beethovenfest Pierre-Laurent Aimard © Peter Nils Dorén

© Peter Nils Dorén Grafikdesign, Berlin

Sun, 22.03.2020, 06:00 pm

Oper Bonn

Apparently, the Russian composer Vladimir Tarnopolski was looking for a lyrical work by Beethoven when he was commissioned to create a new work with a reference to Beethoven for 2017. He chose Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto. “Be@thoven – Invocation” has been composed. In addition to the lyrical richness of sound, Tarnopolski also addressed Beethoven’s deafness, the limitation of his hearing to the low registers. According to Tarnopolski’s “invocation”, Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto is heard differently. Tchaikovsky’s “Pathétique” was premiered in 1893 in St. Petersburg under the baton of the composer, a few days before his death. Characteristic is the unusually slow final movement, which is reminiscent of a Requiem. According to Tchaikovsky, he put his “whole soul” into this symphony. The musical direction of the evening will be held by Valentin Uryupin, who has also been conductor of the musicAeterna orchestra of the Perm Opera since 2011 – a beautiful coincidence at the end of the March Festival, which combines two large-scale concert cycles.

Lars Vogt / Piano

Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra

Valentin Uryupin / Conductor

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