1. Portraitkonzert

Noa Beinart (Mezzosopran), Caspar Singh (Tenor), Michael Pandya (Klavier) treten an diesem Abend auf die Bühne. Die hochkarätigen Sänger sind Mitglieder des Opernstudios der Bayerischen Staatsoper.

Genießen Sie einen Liederabend mit herausragenden Solisten!

Fri, 29. November, 19.30 Uhr / KünstlerhausKonzert

Kreative Schreibwerkstatt: Geschichten hinter historischen Mauern

Warum ist ein historischer Schauplatz für eine spannende Geschichte gut geeignet? Welche mysteriösen Geschichten erzählen alte Gemäuer? Wir erforschen die vielfältigen Spuren der Geschichte und Geschichten.

Treffpunkt: der lebendige Allotria-Gewölbekeller!

Fri, 6. December, 14.30 Uhr / JungesProgramm

Hänsel & Gretel | Uraufführung

Die choreographische Umsetzung des bekannten Märchens der Gebrüder Grimm erweckt die zeitlose Geschichte über Zusammenhalt, Verantwortung, Einfallsreichtum, Mut und nicht zuletzt die Rolle der Eltern und Schutzgebenden in der Sprache des Tanzes zum Leben.

Fantastisches Märchenballett in zwei Akten!

Sun, 8. December, 18.00 Uhr / JungesProgramm

Stefanie Boltz Trio - Midwinter Tales

Xmas Konzert und CD Präsentation

Stefanie Boltz (voc), Sven Faller (b), Martin Kursawe (git)

„Gesang mit allen Sinnen und unbändiger Lebenslust!"

Sat, 14. December, 20.30 Uhr / jazz and beyond

2. Portraitkonzert

Noa Beinart (Mezzosopran) und Markus Suihkonen (Bass) treten an diesem Abend auf die Bühne. Die hochkarätigen Sänger sind Mitglieder des Opernstudios der Bayerischen Staatsoper.

Genießen Sie einen Liederabend mit herausragenden Solisten!

Sun, 15. December, 18.00 Uhr / KünstlerhausKonzert


The Muenchner Kuenstlerhaus – Event Venue and Cultural Programme

The Muenchner Kuenstlerhaus was conceived as a meeting place for artists and society alike and is still living proof of the style and society model of its time of origin. Not only the historical building itself but also its culture of festivities has become a vital part of the history of Munich. Admittedly, German is a tricky language sometimes and literally translated it is the "Munich House of Artists" and easier to pronounce for non-Germans.

In 1893 prince regent Luitpold has laid the foundation stone of the building designed by architect Gabriel von Seidl and in 1900 Luitpold opened the house to the public in person. Thus he turned a dream of those artists from Munich being united in the "Allotria Artist Society" into reality: to bring together the patricians, the well-to-do brewery families and new industrialists in one place to meet the artists of the time: Franz von Lenbach, Fritz August Kaulbach and Franz von Stuck had been well known hosts for and creators behind countless exciting events.

Following glorious decades of festivities, masked balls and banquets the house burned down following a bombing raid on Munich on July 14, 1944. After the war US troops impounded the building, returning its operation to the House of Artists Association in 1954. Following the reconstruction led by Professor Erwin Schleich, the Munich House of Artists was re-opened to the public by Duke Albrecht of Bavaria on October 1, 1961. Over the first three decades economic problems - induced by the re-construction financing - prevailed and limited the participation of the Munich House of Artists in the cultural life of the city. In 1991, Peter Grassinger and his wife Maja took over management and re-opened after a thorough renovation in 1998.

Public perception of art and society have changed dramatically after more than a century. Hence the development and management of the House of Artists changed as well and a different relationship between artist and society evolved. Bearing the banner - "Nobis et Amicis" ("for ourselves and our friends") on the outside of the building in mind - the House of Artists has broadened its approach and appeal. In the founding years access was restricted to the elite of artists and patrons.

Today its wide variety of congresses, festivities, and exhibitions attracts citizens of Munich from all walks of life to mingle with politicians, scientists and artists. At present the management tailors a rich and colourful cultural programme in cooperation with over 50 cultural associations and institutions, resulting in a multitude of different themes.

To ensure the special concept of the House of Artists in the future, its operation was changed into the House of Artists Foundation (Münchner Künstlerhaus Stiftung) in 2001. In cooperation with the House of Artists Association the foundation fulfils its multiple duties without public subsidies. Membership fees and income from renting out rooms for private festivities constitute the financial backbone of the House of Artists.


Your event venue at the heart of Munich

Our premises are being used by public and private entities, for cultural events as well as congresses, receptions and smaller parties.

Versatile rooms are at your disposal at the Münchner Künstlerhaus. Capacity depends on the seating arrangement. Precise details about roundtable-, lecture- or conference seating and receptions can be obtained from the respective pages.

The several rooms can be rented seperately, combined or all at once.

Browse a gallery of the rooms on the German page.

Downloads

Brochure Kuenstlerhaus Munich

Pricelist technical equipment


Münchner Künstlerhaus-Foundation

Direction: President Mrs. Maja Grassinger
Birgit Gottschalk (art director)

Jennifer Ruhland (project management), Regina Kraus (public relations), Towa Friedmann (marketing), Lisa Camen-Weller (online communication)


Contact us

Lenbachplatz 8
80333 München

Telefon: +49 89 59 91 84 - 0
Telefax: +49 89 59 91 84 - 10

E-Mail: stiftung@kuenstlerhaus-muc.de
Web: www.kuenstlerhaus-muc.de