Berlin Atonal returns to the iconic Kraftwerk complex this September 7-17th, for its first official edition in four years. The festival unveils an expansion, now spreading across 11 days including two full weekends of programming, allowing for a wider and more comprehensive selection of new commissioned works, world premiere performances, artistic interventions and late night music offerings. Additionally, the festival will become a biennale, with the next edition taking place in 2025.
Since 2019, Berlin Atonal organised the transformational Metabolic Rift exhibition as well as the X100 Festival dedicated to the legacy of composer Iannis Xenakis, both in which allowed the curational team to expand their vision of how an audience can engage with the arts. Now the festival returns to its core mission of producing and presenting musical performances and artistic projects on a large scale and at the highest level of the cultural conversation.
As in previous editions, the festival will activate the entire Kraftwerk Berlin building, transforming the former power-plant into a monumental stage for the presentation of artistic projects at the cutting edge of experimental and artistic cultures.
Head to the Berlin Atonal website for more information and to purchase tickets.