We at LeipGlo towers are always keen to reveal the wide range of musical diversity at our disposal in Leipzig. In terms of classical music, the city is blessed with a variety of activities to do.
Concert recommendation from our glocal musically wired columnist: “A singer and songwriter. Acoustic guitar, voice like dairy chocolate spread on velvet. Tickets at Geyser House Leipzig cost 28 Euro. So what’s the big deal, you may ask?”
On the edge of the weekend, our very culturally and socially active reader Marjon Borsboom continues to share with us her recommendations for fun things to do in Leipzig for the next days.
What if you randomly got to hang out with your favorite band?
Last week, I started posting the suggestions of what to do for fun in Leipzig compiled by a local resident with her finger on the social pulse. I’m adding a few of my own suggestions to her list this time around, of things I’ve heard about via Facebook or word of mouth. Again, diverse activities to fill your summer days here.
The theater Schauspiel Leipzig (at Bosestraße 1) will present the play “Baal,” written and scored by Bertolt Brecht, simultaneously translated into English this Wednesday evening, July 8. The play is about a lecherous, murderous youth, and was reportedly written by Brecht when he was very young himself: 20 years old and student in Munich. It…