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                                  The Carillon in Berlin-Tiergarten                                                 
Free open air music in the park rain or shine! All concerts are admission free!
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 Concerts in September 2019

 September 1, 8 and 22 at 3 p.m.
Classical works by Byrd, Debussy, Dowland, Mussorgsky, Pachelbel, Philips, Poulenc Scheidt und Sweelinck, carillon music by Geysen, van Hoof and Nees and folksongs from England, Germany, Ireland and Russia.

Carillonneur: Jeffrey Bossin, Berlin

Guest Concert on September
7 at 4 p.m.
 
Classical works by Couperin, Dushkin and Paradisi and carillon music by D'hollander, Pieper and Straesser.
Carillonneur:
Tommy van Doorn,
Netherlands.

Programs

As  part of the United Nation's International Day of World Peace and the project European Bellringing for Peace 2019 on Saturday, September 21 Jeffrey Bossin will play Beethoven's Ode to Joy on the Carillon in Berlin-Tiergarten at 6 p.m. at the same as carillonneurs in England, France, Germany and the Netherlands.  

                                        
Current News and Events 2019


Radio program about the history of bells in Russia on BBC Radio 4

Guest concerts:
Saturday,  June 22 at 4 p.m.:
Tom Van Peer, Belgium

Satur
day,
September 7 
at 4 p.m.:
Tommy van Doorn, Netherlands


General Information

- The carillon

- Berlin carillonneur Jeffrey Bossin

- Concerts 2019

- Tours of the carillon tower

- Public transport and listening venues


Concerts

- Berlin concerts 1987 - 2019

- Festivals

- Guest concerts

- Special concerts

- Concerts with electronics

- Travelling carillons
Activities Abroad

- Concert Tours

- Eurocarillon

- Trips to Russia
Compositions and Arrangements for the Carillon in Berlin-Tiergarten

- Compositions

- Arrangements
Appearences in the Media

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TV and radio programs

Newspaper and magazine articles

- Exhibitions


- Links
Publications

- Books and articles

- Lectures

- CDs

- Films

- Program guidelines
History of the Carillon in Berlin and Potsdam

- History and construction of the Carillon in Berlin-Tiergarten

- The first carillons in Berlin and Potsdam


Contact Info:
Jeffrey Bossin, Handjerystr. 37, 12159 Berlin, Germany
Tel. 030/851 28 28
E-Mail: campanax@carillon-berlin.de

Carillon in Berlin-Tiergarten, John-Foster-Dulles-Allee corner of Große Querallee.

Access: Bus line 100, U-Bahn Bundestag, S-Bahn stations Brandenburger Tor and Hauptbahnhof.

Programs available at the tower and to download here.
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