Barrier-free Bach experience

What means barrier-free for museums?

Some solutions will be available from 09.-13. October presented in Bach-Museum Leipzig.
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The Bach Museum offers audio guides for the blind and visually impaired, a sign-language video guide, a light-language booklet, tactile maps and models, induction loops, easy-to-touch guides and more. This week, the Museum Tour for Autists will also be introduced. The Bach Museum is looking forward to many interested parties and visitors.

With different eyes to  “WOCHE DES SEHENS”

 

From 9.-12. October, the Bach Museum Leipzig participates in the nationwide WOCHE DES SEHENS on the topic “with different eyes”. People with or without visual impairment are cordially invited to get to know our offerings such as touch stations, the audio tour through the permanent exhibition or the Klangraum “Bach’s Orchestra”. In addition, you can post and send braille postcards, read books with your fingertips, or immerse yourself in other realities with VR glasses: in a painting by Vincent van Gogh or an orchestra pit. Our action table is open from Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 18:00 and Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00.

 

On Friday, October 12, 2018, we invite you to a guided tour (exploring tactile) at 16:00.

 

At the “WOCHE DES SEHENS” blind, visually impaired and their companions have free admission.

 
Day of BARRIER FREEDOM

On October 13, 2018, we will be dedicated to accessibility with an open day with the following program:

 

 

3:00 pm Bach research live

What did you always want to know about J.S. Know Bach? A conversation with the Bach researcher Dr. Andreas Glöckner followed by a visit to the treasury, in the issued manuscripts by J.S. Bach and his family are illustrated

 

 

4:00 pm “Bach and the organ” – musical lecture in the historic summer hall

The organist Holm Vogel tells of Bach’s favorite instrument, of chorales and cantatas, and gives musical tastings on the chest organ

 

 

5:00 pm Concert in the summer hall

Antje Nürnberger plays cello suites by J.S. creek

 

Accessibility Day is free for all visitors.

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