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A breathtaking silence can emerge at a concert in Dresden. Anyone who has experienced it knows that such a moment has addictive potential. International stars are always happy to come to Dresden for this! But don't worry, you can also listen to loud music in Dresden. Pure energy pulsates in the Junge Garde, at the Film Nights on the Elbe or in the Flutrinne. And of course, the city's clubs keep your ears ringing all year round.
For those who don't just want to travel to the city, but also within the city: in the various districts and from the Festspielhaus with HELLERAU to Pillnitz Castle Park, there is music and dance from contemporary to classical to historical to discover.
Whether you're a Queen of the Night or a fan of the Zauberflöte - anyone travelling to Dresden is sure to find their personal favourite place of sound!
Musical Calendar 2023/24
Classical music & more
At Albertplatz, the starting point for the arriving party community on weekend evenings, is the Äußere Neustadt (Outer New Town), which is considered a hot and sizzling trendy district. In this party zone there are around 150 bars and clubs that invite you to have fun.
When bar-hopping, a detour to the student bar Hebedas, one of the oldest and most frequented bars in the Neustadt with its tiny Zebradisko, should not be missed. The Alte Wettbüro also shines with its diversity, because there you can dance to electronic beats as well as enjoy a cool beer in the beer garden.
Dresden's vibrant club scene offers top-notch music, unforgettable nights, great drinks, and an escape from everyday life. Numerous clubs belong to KLUBNETZ Dresden and are known for their parties, concerts, and festivals.
Almost every music genre is catered to: Techno can be found at Sektor Evolution and Paula, house at the Klub Koralle and Chemiefabrik host indie and rock acts as well as heavy metal and punk parties. In addition to music, there is also space for art and literature, for example, at Scheune and Groovestation.
Ostpol exudes the pure charm of a 1960s residential area pub with a wide range of events and a diverse crowd.
Architecture for music
Carl Maria von Weber
Carl Maria von Weber Museum
Carl Maria von Weber College of Music
The Dresden University of Music is known for its exceptionally broad spectrum of study opportunities at an outstanding level. Two faculties train future musicians as well as teachers. The university currently has over 700 enrolled students from many nations around the world.
The Dresden University of Music is the largest concert organiser in the region. Over 400 events take place every year in the modern concert hall, in smaller university halls and in several external venues. The variety of offerings is unique and ranges from workshops to competitions to master classes, from recitals to opera productions and from children's and chamber music concerts to symphony and graduate concerts to band summits, jazz festivals and open-air events.