Highlights in April 25. March 2022 0 comments Back to overview Dear guests, dear friends, The new program for April is ready. You can find an overview of all events here in our monthly flyer. The highlights in April On literature: On Wed. 06 April, 8 p.m., Daniel Schreiber talks about our loneliness in his work Alone in a clever, touching way. On Sun. April 24, 5 p.m., Umes Arunagirinathan will read from his book Grundfarbe Deutsch: Warum ich dort gehen, wo die Rassisten sind. On Fri. April 29, 8 p.m., Heidi Kastner explains the various facets of stupidity with the help of her book Dummheit – Die vielen Formen der Dummheit und wie man sie erkennen kann. On environment: Fri. April 01, 8 p.m. Johannes Orphal talks about political and social efforts that could turn the tide on climate catastrophe in his lecture Von Corona in die Klimakatastrophe – Ist die Welt noch zu retten? On politics: On Sun. 03 April, 5 p.m. Yascha Mounk will be with us at the DAI with his lecture The Great Experiment – How Diversity Threatens and Enriches Democracy. On Mon. 04 April, 7 p.m., Europeans in Dialogue is about our open society and how we can protect it. Kristina Lunz is at the DAI on Tue. 05 April with her lecture No Peace without Feminism? How global crises must be solved at the DAI. On Tues. April 26, 8 p.m. Harro von Senger will talk about China’s Rise without War. Marco Bülow & Katja Suding lead a dialogue on Wed. 27 April at 20:00 on the question: Menschenfalle Politik? On philosophy: On Tues. April 12, 8pm the event Philosophy and Games with Thomas Arnold, Max Nemmert & Sebastian Ostritsch will take place. About music: Sat. April 02 at 8 p.m.: Blues with C* the Blues to Corona with Rainer Horcher & Franz Maciejewski. On Mon. April 04 at 8 p.m. is the Jazz Club with the Trio Escalator at the DAI. On Wed. April 06 at 8p.m. Lutz Neugebauer, Cordula Reiner-Wormit & Alexander F. Wormit give us an update on music therapy. An Iranian-Israeli music affair pays its respects on Thu. 07 April at 8pm with Sistanagila at the DAI. On Sun. April 24 at 11 a.m., it’s Musical Sunday again, this time about Dmitri Shostakovich and his Symphony No. 5 in D minor. Jörg Schippa’s UnbedingT jazzt on Sat. April 30 at 8 p.m. at DAI. Keep it informative and exciting! Many of our events are streamed live and are available for 3 months in our media library. These events are marked as ‘hybrid events’ in the events calendar. If you would like to join us online, please click here. We very much look forward to seeing you, stay well! Important information about your visit Please urgently note the rules of the state of Baden-Württemberg for the containment of the Covid-19 pandemic, which have been in effect since 23.02.22. Admission under the 3G rule only for those fully vaccinated, recovered or tested. Fully vaccinated persons are those whose second vaccination was at least 14 days ago. The validity of the certificate of recovery is 3 months. Individuals who are not vaccinated or recovered must have a negative rapid antigen test no more than 24 hours old or a negative PCR test no more than 48 hours old in many areas. Children and students up to age 17 may continue to attend DAI without proof of vaccination or testing. Advanced masking remains mandatory at all events, please wear an FFP2 mask throughout (other acceptable masks include KN95-/N95-/KF94-/KF95 masks), including during on-site events. You can read the country’s current Corona regulations here on a daily basis. If you have symptoms of a respiratory infection or elevated temperature, you are not permitted to visit our facility. We recommend that you allow enough time for admittance, which will be slightly delayed due to verification checks as well as contact information collection. Admission to all events begins one hour prior to the start of the event.