The venues of the SummerMusicAcademy

Hotel Behrens

Bahnhofstraße 28-30
39340 Haldensleben

Phone +49 (0) 3904 3421
Fax +49 (0) 3904 2734

The Belle Epoche villa was built in 1892, and is a tribute to the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods.

Technisches Denkmal Ziegelei

Jacob-Bührer-Str. 2
39343 Hundisburg

The brick-making factory “Ziegelei Hundisburg“ is not only an exceptional Technology Museum but also the production site for special bricks, which are mainly used for restoration purposes. The equipment and technology of the factory is from the Nineteen-thirties, and until 1990 it was implemented by the company in its original form. Since then the factory has undergone a seamless transition to becoming a functioning technological monument that is unique in the region and beyond. Every year up and coming musicians groove together with seasoned ensembles during the SMA Jazz night.

St. Andreaskirche

The church is the second landmark in Hundisburg after the castle. The building originates from the Middle Ages, but its appearance today is marked by the reconstruction and furnishings from 1708. The art-historic renaissance epitaph of Ludolf X von Alvenslebens, however, remained untouched during these activities. The Baroque chimes that are fully extant are also a very rare and special attraction. Another very special attraction is the Exceptional Concert that is held here during the SummerMusicAcademy.

Alte Fabrik Haldensleben

Wedringer Str. 8
39340 Haldensleben

The “Alte Fabrik” is the ideal outcome of an ambitious endeavour to recover the historic factory. In 1992 when it was discovered by Kurt Hegner in Althaldensleben the factory was nothing but a ruin. Today the grand Wilhelminian style building houses both automotive progress as well as cultural experience, which is highlighted yearly by the Chamber Music Concert with Rolf-Dieter Arens from the SummerMusicAcademy.

St. Nicolaikirche Oschersleben

39387 Oschersleben (Bode)

St Nicolai Church reaches back to the second half of the 14th Century. The towers west of the nave are from this period. Their architecture is based on the facades of the double towers associated with Magdeburg’s churches. The main building, however, is from 1881 when it was built in a neo-gothic style. In 1976 the church was closed down, but at the start of the Eighties the challenge of restoring St Nicolai began, and a friends’ association was founded to save the church building. Now the success is evident: Oschersleben is slowly reconquering the church’s old glory and its grand space makes many events a memorable experience, such as the second guest concert of the SummerMusicAcademy orchestra.