Weimar goes international! Jazz, rock, folk, pop and soul resound in the heart of the city. Music and culture from the most diverse parts of the world come together in Schaller’s Erbenhof. You will be enchanted at every single event of the Schallkultur Festival. Artists from all over the world perform their musical styles and make Weimar a place where everyone feels connected.
The inner courtyard of Erbenhof, with its three-winged U-shaped palace and the new Bauhaus-style building, is the ideal place to let yourself be carried away by the music. A sonorous and inviting atmosphere awaits you and offers you an enjoyable evening.
Upcoming events in detail
Photo: © Ulla Meinecke
Ulla Meinecke (Germany)
Saturday, 17.06.2023, 8.00 p.m.
Ulla Meinecke brings her many years of stage experience to Weimar! Together with Reinmar Henschke as instrumentalist, a wide range of very different songs comes to Weimar. With lyrics that describe the special things in everyday life, Ulla Meinecke sings her way into the hearts of the audience. In the long tradition of German pop culture, Ulla Meinecke is in no way inferior to greats like Udo Lindenberg, Pascal von Wroblewsky and Edo Zanki.
Photo: © Hendrik Wippermann
Eric Steckel (USA)
Friday, 07.10.2022, 8.00 p.m.
As a crowning finale for an extraordinary sound culture 2022, we will bring Eric Steckel from the USA to the stage of Weimar. Come from Zwiebelmarkt to our Schallersche Erbenhof and rock out to the original blues metal sound. Admission is free!
In a time when digitalisation is becoming more and more important and music is also becoming more electronic, Eric Steckel is deliberately taking a step back. The sound of classic rock is the musician’s trademark. This is the only way Eric Steckel brings all his finesse to the stage and rocks his way into the hearts of music fans of all ages.
Huun Huur Tu (Tuva)
Friday, 30.09.2022, 8.00 p.m.
Traditional sounds of the Tuvinian culture are combined with modern instruments. Huun-Huur-Tu combines these elements to create a sound that you won’t find elsewhere. Experience an evening like no other and listen to the throat singing of an ancient culture.
Photo: © Huun Huur Tu
Photo: © Albie Mitchell
Vicki Kristina Barcelona (USA)
Saturday, 17.09.2022, 8.00 p.m.
What at first seems like an unusual combination quickly turns out to be a perfect one when you see them. The band harmonises perfectly while switching between the most diverse musical styles, all of which they nevertheless master completely. But that’s not where the harmony ends, because the ladies gradually build a harmonious relationship with the audience as well. Listen to the songs of Tom Waits interpreted by the likeable New York trio.
Note: change of date!
Friday, 19.08.2022, 8.00 p.m.
If there is one word that can best describe the Lebanese band MASAA, it is “coming together”. This is also evident from the composition of the band members: talented and enthusiastic musicians come together from the Arab region and find a new sound in the common centre.
Photo: © Andy Spyra
Photo: © Tobias Ortmann
Thursday, 28.07.2022, 8.00 p.m.
With her extraordinary creativity, but above all her joy and empathy, Wallis Bird rocks every stage. The Irish-born singer is famous for her explosive mixture of Irish folk, rock, pop and soul and has won several awards. On her current Hands Tour, she will be making a stop at our Erbenhof and will really heat up her Weimar audience!
Pugsley Buzzard & The Swamp Orchestra feat. Micha Maass
Saturday, 23.07.2022, 8.00 p.m.
With a blaring baritone from Down Under, the band around singer Pugsley Buzzard sings itself directly under the skin of the listeners. Through their songs, the wide plains of Australia and the feeling of endless freedom come to Germany. Come with us on a trip through the heartland of the great expanses!
Photo: © Uwe Arens
Photo: © Kurt Ganglbauer
Raphael Wressnig & The Soul Gift Band feat. Gisele Jackson
Saturday, 11.06.2022, 8.00 p.m.
The Styrian musician Raphael Wressnig is an artist who deliberately breaks the boundaries of music. Whether soul, blues or funk, Wressnig has mastered them all. This mixture of three kinds of music is rounded off by the blues-soaked voice of Gisele Jackson, who has already been heard in Ray Charles’ and James Brown’s choirs, not without reason.
Cancelled: Nani Noam Vazana (Israel)
Thursday, 02.06.2022, 8.00 p.m.
In the sea of the European music scene, Nani Naomi Vazana clearly stands out. The artist sings in the almost forgotten Ladino language, giving her music something truly unique. The mixture of historical language and lyrics with modern themes bring the whole wealth of exotic music to the Weimar stage!
Photo: © Asaf Lewkowitz
Photo: © Sylvia Eulitz Photography
Gerhard Schöne (Germany)
“Everything must start small” – Children’s concert
Friday, 20.05.2022, 4.00 p.m.
With his melodies, Gerhard Schöne has not only secured a place in the hearts of children. With the combination of clever lyrics and pleasant melodies, Gerhard Schöne will also delight your youngest.
● Sold out! ●
Gerhard Schöne & The Musikanten (Germany)
“Maybe it will never be this beautiful again” – Evening concert
Friday, 20.05.2022, 8.00 p.m.
Gerhard Schöne has been a fixture on the German singer-songwriter scene since the 80s. Come with us on a journey through time and through the discography of someone who not only honoured the trends of German radio, but shaped them himself.
Raquel Rodriguez (USA)
Friday, 13.05.2022, 8.00 p.m.
With Raquel Rodriguez, the best musical styles of recent years come together. But pop, soul and R&B are more than the sum of their parts. Experience the embodiment of modern music live in Weimar!
Photo: © Raquel Rodriguez
Photo: © Jen Squires
Ann Vriend (Canada)
Kick-off on Saturday, 30.04.2022, 8:00 – 10:00 p.m.
The Canadian soul singer Ann Vriend kicks off “Schallkultur” 2022 with us!
With her powerful voice, Ann Vriend brings neo-soul straight from Canada to Weimar. Experience a singer who convinces not only with her talent as a composer. In addition to her unique music, Ann Vriend is also known for her charming interaction with the audience.
Ann Vriend (Canada)
Sunday, 01.05.2022, 8:00 – 10:00 p.m.
The Canadian singer will give an additional concert at Schaller’s Erbenhof.
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Past events 2021
Duo Lavendel – Violin meets Guitar
Constanze Ulrich (Halle), Udo Hemmann (Weimar)
A colourful, musical journey through time from the Renaissance and classical music to folk song, musette and country folk. Multilingually sung with moving voices and performed with the finest craftsmanship.
Henningway – the band from the Bermuda Triangle of pop music
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Lyrical lyrics meet danceable rhythms, distinctive melodies and polyphonic vocals. A mixture of pop, rock and even jazz awaits you! Would you like some salsa?
Gents of Swing
Lukas Meier – piano, Benjamin Langhammer – bass, Marcus Horn – drums
The renowned musicians of this classical jazz trio have played concerts all over Europe, accompanied countless VIP receptions and even made the German Chancellor sway to the beat. The band’s repertoire ranges from Gershwin’s “Summertime” to Herbie Hancock’s “Cantaloupe”.
Steamroller – Honky Tonk Train
Wolfram Schröter, Dieter Tzschentke (Berlin)
We are going on a journey to the American South: We are in Louisiana! Here, handmade honky tonk music is still made. The rolling and stomping rhythms are honest and full of feeling, and steamrollers spread a mood of pure joie de vivre.
Etta Scollo ‘Il Passo Interiore’ TRIO | Opening of the Jazzmeile Thüringen
Etta Scollo has been one of the most popular Italian artists in Germany for years. Pop, jazz, Sicilian folk music and opera – the musical influences of the singer born at the foot of Mount Etna on Sicily are manifold. She has intensively studied the long, often tragic past of her homeland (© photo: Luca Lucchesi).
© Photo: Luca Lucchesi
Batto Jr. & Ondra Kriz – Swingin’ & rollin’
CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS OF AN ARTIST
Paul Batto (Slovenia), Ondra Kriz (Czech Republic)
You have to hear and see this exceptional European duo. Paul Batto and Ondra Kriz take you on a journey through the history of music. Here they meet swing and gospel, they meet blues and jazz. A musical treat.