Berlin, the capital city of Germany, is renowned for its exceptional range of landmarks, vibrant cultural scene.
With its four colleges, Fine Art, Design, Music and Performing Arts, approx. 4,000 students, and 300-year history, Berlin University of the Arts is not only the biggest arts university in Germany but also one of the few in Europe able to look back on such a rich tradition. More than 70 study programs, cover the full artistic spectrum.
The university model that unites all the arts and related scientific disciplines under one roof is unique in Europe. Interdisciplinarity, top-ranking professors, excellent international networking and, above all, its great artistic quality make the UdK Berlin into one of the most attractive art universities worldwide. Presenting around 600 events each year, Berlin University of the Arts is also an important location for cultural events in Berlin.
The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is a church located in Berlin, the capital of Germany. It was built on the order of the German Emperor Wilhelm II. The church was severely damaged in World War II. After the war, the remains of the church bell tower were retained and a new one was built around it. Church and bell tower, chapel and narthex, old and new buildings combined into one give an oppressive feeling, serving as a reminder of the war.
The church has 5 distinctive bell towers, the main bell tower of which is 113 meters high and was the tallest building in Berlin at the time. Due to the success of this church, Neo-Romanesque architecture became popular throughout Germany.
The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, located
in the heart of Berlin, is known for its stunning
architecture and historical significance.
The hall has excellent acoustics and a beautiful ambiance, making it a perfect location for concerts. Many renowned artists have performed at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, including the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, and the Berlin Symphony Orchestra.