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In the courtyard of the Dahlem research campus, tenor Jan Kobow and the WUNDERKAMMER play music from the Romantic era around 1800 with an old fortepiano. Klaus Harer from the German Cultural Forum rediscovered Eastern Europe.

Between the short concerts, you can buy a picnic basket with historical delicacies from old cookbooks at eßkultur Berlin.

Jan Kobow, tenor


  • Javier Aguilas Bruno, violin
  • Martin Seeman, cello
  • Mira Lange & Walewein Witten, fortepiano
dr Klaus Harer, presenter

The WUNDERKAMMER has been funded as an early music ensemble by the Berlin Senate since 2021 and seeks connections to literary texts, new compositions and historical cuisine. The joint recording of Bach's St. John Passion with the Dresden vocal ensemble Ælbgut was awarded the Opus Klassik in 2021.


  • 4 p.m.: Opening of gastronomy
  • 5 p.m.: 1st short concert
  • Johann Friedrich Reichardt (1752 - 1814)
  • Songs, Larghetto from the Piano Sonata in F minor
  • 6 p.m.: Furioso - 2nd short concert
  • Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827): Piano Trio in C minor Op.1, No. 3
  • 1. Allegro con brio - 2. Andante cantabile con variazioni - 3. Menuetto, Quasi Allegro - 4. Finale. Prestissimo
  • 7pm: Scottish - 3rd short concert
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: Scottish songs
  • 8 p.m.: Nocturne - 4th short concert
  • E.T.A. Hoffmann (1776 - 1822): Scherzo from the Piano Trio in E major
  • Franz Xaver Gebel (1787 - 1843): Romance from the cello sonata in E flat major
  • Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828): for 4 hands
  • Emilie Mayer (1812 - 1883): Nocturne for violin and piano
  • 9 p.m.: end
Registration is not required.

Admission free | The picnic is chargeable