Longy has strong French connections, but we are embracing something that the Germans perfected. Our SeptemberFest celebration has moved to October! Journey with us into the land of bier, wurst, and pretzels. Prost!
Friday, October 27 | 8:00 PM
Between the World Wars, a vibrant subculture existed in Berlin—one that rivaled the open, accepting spirit of the 1970s. Join us for a night of satirical critiques, as we embrace the ethos of undermining gender roles and prescriptive identity that characterized this period of "divine decadence."
Please join us for a cabaret style reception prior to the performance in Pickman Hall starting at 7:30pm! Festive attire and accessories encouraged!
Saturday, October 28 | 8:00 PM
Berlin 1961-1989 “Isn’t this where we came in?” The Berlin Wall was a physical divide that demarked an ideological one, as well. This concert will feature music written in the era of divided Germany, from the rise of the USSR to Pink Floyd, and will include personal reflections from those who lived in this time of splintered national identity.
Please join us for reception prior to the performance in Pickman Hall starting at 7:30pm!
All performances will be held in Longy's Edward M. Pickman Concert Hall.