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“hin&herzo - the Cultural Festival” is an annual festival and has an individual festival theme each year. In 2018, the festival theme is “Revolution!”. Artists from our region and from all over Germany will tell their stories, sing their songs and make their performances according to this theme. Every single chosen opus is, with regard to its character and artistic nature, somehow related to the festival theme of Revolution. It throws a spanner in the works of society and arts. But even more: Some artists have developed works illuminating the full range of meanings and all possible varieties of Revolution particularly for “hin&herzo - the Cultural Festival”.


Yet, not only the contents presented are revolutionary, the locations are as well. The town center of Herzogenaurach will be conquered and transformed by arts and culture, sounds, texts and installations. Feel free to enter locations you have never associated with arts before. After all, it is an integral part of revolution to rethink the established.

Our Cultural Festival is meant to enable new ways for an intellectual, sensible, culinary or completely other approach to the festival theme.

Artists of the highlight events:

Author reading with Axel Hacke - sold out

Thursday | 27th September 2018 | 8.00 PM | Culture Pavilion in Hauptstraße (main street)
“The columnistic manifest” already is quite a revolutionary title. In 1001 newspaper columns published in the “Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin”, Axel Hacke, one of Germany’s best columnists, has taken a closer look at our times and the corresponding phenomena. These columns have now been re-published in the columnistic manifest. No wonder that he is one of the most successful authors of the year 2018 - and therefore also the perfect opener for our festival program! His reading is the opening event for “hin&herzo - the Cultural Festival” at the hin&herzo Culture Pavilion.
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Satire - LIVE with the Titanic Boygroup

Friday | 28th September 2018 | 8.00 PM | Vereinshaus (event hall), Hintere Gasse 22
Are there no limits for satire? Satire is the groundbreaker for revolution. The Titanic magazine has rubbed salt into the wounds of politics and society for decades in a particularly cruel but entertaining manner. Martin Sonneborn, Thomas Gsella and Oliver Maria Schmitt, the three former executive editors, are now the „Titanic Boygroup“. Enjoy a funny, cruel and evocative review. The three critical editors have been honored for their works with the most important German awards for culture and journalism.
Entrance fee: Advance sale: 25.00 EUR / 21.00 EUR (reduced), Box office: 27.00 EUR / 23.00 EUR (reduced)
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Concert with Barbara Dennerlein - “solo/pipe organ”

Saturday | 29th September 2018 | 8.00 PM | St. Magdalena church, Kirchenplatz
Barbara Dennerlein dares a revolutionary musical fusion: She is going to play jazz music on the church organ, bringing improvisation, unleashing and disharmonism to the structured and expectable church hall. Her CD “Take Off” ranked number one of the Jazz Charts and is one of the best-selling jazz albums. It presents a spitting Hammond organ. Barbara Dennerlein represents the overcoming of rigid limits in music. At “hin&herzo - the Cultural Festival”, she is going to present her solo program on the Metzler organ in the St. Magdalena church. Take a seat, close your eyes and tear down sound walls!
The concert will be broadcast live from the organ onto a big screen.
Entrance fee: Advance sale: 25.00 EUR / 21.00 EUR (reduced), Box office: 27.00 EUR / 23.00 EUR (reduced)
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Concert „Beethoven : Ventuno“

Sunday | 30th September 2018 | 8.00 PM | St. Magdalena church, Kirchenplatz
After the French Revolution in the early 19th century, Germany was shaken by riots as well. Particularly Ludwig van Beethoven’s third symphony “Eroica” (Heroic Symphonie) is deemed one of the most revolutionary and important works of music history. Thanks to his timeless prestige, Beethoven is not only an important representative of the “Viennese Classic”, but also a representative of revolutionary sounds - a real classical composer. The Orchestra Ventuno presents the "Eroica” as well as the overture of Beethoven’s incidental music “Egmont” and a composition by Gerald Fink dealing with revolution.
Entrance fee: Advance sale: 25.00 EUR / 21.00 EUR (reduced), Box office: 27.00 EUR / 23.00 EUR (reduced)
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