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Despite the recent floods, the magnificent Porcelain Collection in Dresden's Zwinger palace is set to re-open next month.
The literary estate of German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1779-1832) is now officially part of UNESCO's Memory of the World Register.
Simon Rattle, the new conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic, has two 'crazy ideas' for bringing the orchestra into the 21st century via two projects that directly involve the city's youth.
William Forsythe, the American choreographer who has led the Frankfurt Ballet since 1984, announced this week that he would leave the company when his contract expired in 2004.
Initial flood damage figures for Dresden's state art collections are starting to emerge - Of the four thousand paintings that were housed in the 'old masters' storage area only 25 large-size paintings received moisture damage.
Berlin is like no other city on Earth, in that it spent 50 years divided squarely in two, then attempted to readapt to existing as a single entity. That kind of dichotomy can make or break any attempt at a coherant arts scene.