Exhibition hall in the Waldfrieden sculpture park, © Johannes Höhn
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Mu­sic­al pro­duc­tion in the sculp­ture park

Where art and nature blend to­geth­er with sound

The “Klangart” festival is so much more than “music in the countryside, surrounded by art”. Productions that never previously existed amaze the audience at the Waldfrieden Sculpture Park in Wuppertal. There are sounds in the air that cannot be pigeon-holed. Between the trees of the park stand modern and contemporary sculptures, collected here by sculptor Tony Cragg. Jazz from the north combines with Afro-Cuban sounds, Latin American rhythms harmonise with classical. The artists interlace sounds of nature with their musical fantasies and allow themselves to be inspired by the art that is all around them. They begin by improvising in different corners of the sculpture park, find their way to each other and grow together. The Klangart visitors are also on the move: they follow the concert as they stroll and are amazed, right in the heart of it all.

Brightly coloured street art

Amazing art can be found even outside the natural idyll of the Waldfrieden sculpture park in Wuppertal. Scene quarters with little galleries, innovative gastronomy, and creative people provide surprising meetings in town. Special eye-catchers and photo motives can be found in street-art works, such as the Holsteiner Treppe with its 112 coloured steps or a rainbow-coloured Lego brick bridge. Former train routes offer paths across the town for pedestrians or cyclists as comfortable connections in the otherwise hilly spot in the Bergisches Land.

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  • Kassette GB, © Johannes Höhn
    Waldfrieden Sculpture Park in Wuppertal, © Johannes Höhn
    Forest path through the Waldfrieden sculpture park, © Johannes Höhn
  • Light-flooded forest in the Waldfrieden sculpture park, © Johannes Höhn
  • Landscape Park Duisburg, Ruhrgebiet, © Johannes Höhn
    En­er­get­ic at the Land­scape Park Duis­burg
  • View into the Mendelsohn hal from the Tonhalle Düsseldorf, © Johannes Höhn
    Eu­phor­ic at Ton­halle Düs­sel­dorf
  • Haldern Pop Bar in Rees am Niederrhein, © Johannes Höhn
    Cheer­ful at Haldern Pop Bar
  • Gronau rock'n'popmuseum entrance, © Johannes Höhn
    Nos­tal­gic at the rock’n’pop­mu­seum
  • Beethoven monument "Münsterplatz Bonn", © Johannes Höhn
    Moved at the Beeth­oven House
Illuminations in the Balver cave in the Sauerland, © Johannes Höhn
    En­chanted in the Balve Cave
Baroque staircase from Augustusburg Palace, © Johannes Höhn
    Over­wehlmed at Au­gus­tus­burg Palace
  • View of the control panel in the Jugendstil-Wasserkraftwerk Heimbach, © Johannes Höhn
    Ec­stat­ic at the Heim­bach power plant
  • Organ in Altenberg Cathedral, © Johannes Höhn
    En­rap­tured by Al­ten­berg Cath­d­ral
  • Köln, Dom, Außenbau, Dachbereich, Innenraum mit Schwerpunkt Fußboden und Fußbodenmosaik, © Johannes Höhn
    Im­pressed by Co­logne Cathed­ral
  • Berleburg Palace in Bad Berleburg, © Johannes Höhn
    En­nobled at Ber­le­burg Palace
  • Beverage bar in the Salon des Amateurs in Düsseldorf, © Johannes Höhn
    Chilled at Salon des Am­a­teurs in Düs­sel­dorf
University of Music in Detmold, © Johannes Höhn
    En­thu­si­ast­ic in the Uni­ver­sity of Mu­sic in Det­mold