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The Hans Sachs Haus is Gelsenkirchens city hall, © Jule Körber

Hans Sachs Haus (Stadthalle)


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The Hans Sachs House was built between1924 and 1927 by the Essen architect Alfred Fischer and named after the Meistersinger Hans Sachs. Originally it housed a concert hall with the largest preserved late romantic concert organ in Europe, a Walcker organ with 92 registers. However, it was stored for the new construction and left to a church in 2017. Today the Hans-Sachs Haus is a multifunctional event space for a wide variety of formats such as concerts, cabaret, art installations and conferences. Until 26 May 2019, the atrium of the Hans-Sachs-Haus will be transformed into a concert hall and will host the Sunday concert, which will focus on Mozart and take the audience on a journey through time and space. Small to medium symphonic ensembles set the tone here and offer a multi-faceted Mozart sound that is somewhere between classical, jazz, Balkan and pop music.

Further information
www.gelsenkirchen.de/hans-sachs-haus
Ebertstraße 11, 45879 Gelsenkirchen

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