On this edition with host David Levitz: Britain's Prince Philip dies at 99; a Russian film festival fights for freedom of expression; Belarusian conductor Vitali Alekseenok writes about protest, repression and the power of music in his country.
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A cosmopolitan approach to life in Cologne, industrial heritage in the Ruhr region, open countryside in Westphalia: North Rhine-Westphalia is a state of contrasts.
The goalpost of the Beethoven anniversary year? No, it's only in the middle of a now two-year bash, with major events still to come.
In a world of overwhelming complexity, music – and that means classical music – can provide structure, orientation, self-discovery and social cohesion, says the renowned American conductor, who recently spoke with DW.
Thanks to the digitization of museum collections and new online virtual tours, some of the world's most popular cultural institutions can be discovered in coronavirus isolation. These six museums are a click away.
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