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Technik Museum Speyer: Barrel Organ Serenade on 25th February 2023 at the Technik Museum Speyer

The Technik Museum is hosting a party to celebrate large and small organs

Barrel Organ Serenade 2023 | Source: TMSP
» Speyer. The barrel organ is solidly connected to the history of the Technik Museen Sinsheim Speyer. These two leisure facilities have housed hundreds of musical instruments and organs in their exhibition halls since their inception. Not infrequently, museum president Hermann Layher plays one of the collector's items at events or special occasions, and over the past few years, more and more attention has been paid at concerts and events to this quaint instrument.

A party atmosphere will prevail around large and small organs at the Barrel Organ Serenade on 25th February 2023 in the Technik Museum Speyer. Surrounded by a space shuttle, vintage cars and aircrafts, the museum's Space Travel Hall offers a unique setting for this event. For it is the contrast of nostalgic and futuristic technology that gives this concert its unique flair. The programme starts at 7 pm. From the small barrel organ to the fairground organ, a wide variety of instruments will be able to be heard on this evening. Classics will meet pop hits, and both singing along and swaying are expressly desired. The meeting point is the main entrance of the Technik Museum Speyer. From there, the musical procession will move through the exhibition halls. In addition to the pieces played, there will also be a night tour and an all-inclusive catering package. Tickets are available for €27. If you would like to play along with your own barrel organ, you can register with the museum to do so. All information is available at www.technik-museum.de/drehorgelserenade.

Members, staff and friends of the museums are lending their support to design the programme. Of course, Sina Hildebrand (sound artist) and Horst Thome (consultant for mechanical music) will be joining us again. The two of them will lead everyone through the programme and will also get some sounds out of an instrument or two. "We are very much looking forward to celebrating a real barrel organ party with many like-minded people from all over Germany and Switzerland," enthuses museum president Hermann Layher. The in-house catering team will provide sustenance with delicious dishes and wines from the region. All information about the organ serenade can be found at www.technik-museum.de/serenade.

About the Technik Museen Sinsheim Speyer – from Deep Sea into Space
Supported by the non-profit club Auto + Technik Museum e. V. and based on the motto “for fans from fans”, the Technik Museen Sinsheim Speyer have about 3,500 members worldwide. The financing is exclusively based on admission fees, donations as well as membership fees of club members. All surpluses are used for the museum’s maintenance and expansion. On an area of more than 200,000 sqm, the Technik Museen Sinsheim Speyer present more than 6,000 exhibits from all fields of technological history in a worldwide unique variety. The exhibits range from submarines to vintage cars, from the Concorde to the Space Shuttle BURAN. Besides the permanent exhibition and the changing special exhibitions, there are numerous vehicle and club meetings as well as events. Open 365 days a year, the museums attract over one million visitors a year. Our two IMAX large-format cinemas are a true highlight. While the IMAX 3D cinema in Sinsheim – “the cinema with the highest resolution in the world” – shows exclusive documentations and the latest Hollywood blockbusters, films are projected onto a giant dome in the IMAX DOME cinema in Speyer. «


  Barrel Organ Serenade 2023 | Source: TMSP
  
Members, employees and friends of the Technik Museen Sinsheim Speyer design the programme of the barrel organ serenade at the Technik Museum Speyer. Source: TMSP



Source: Press release of the Technik Museum Speyer

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