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MARKK Museum am Rothenbaum Großer Hörsaal
Quiéreme, tango! Getanzte Leidenschaft
Lecture-Performance / Elbphilharmonie+
»Dancing is the vertical expression of a horizontal desire,« said the music critic George Bernard Shaw. Those keen to gain an active understanding of that can experience the exciting history and diversity of the tango in the lecture-performance »Quiéreme, tango! Getanzte Leidenschaft«, for which the Museum am Rothenbaum (MARKK) provides the perfect atmosphere.
Please note: This event takes place in German.
Hamburg Tango Trio
Aneta Pajek bandoneon, accordion
Cajo Rodriguez vocals, guitar
Hans-Christian Jaenicke violin
Nina Amon moderation
MARKK Museum am Rothenbaum
The fluctuating history of the museum on Rothenbaumchaussee since its foundation in 1871 is reflected in the different names it has sported over the years. In every era, the museum has responded to new scientific and socio-political developments, including regular debate about its role in an urban society and its relevance to academic research.
Underground line U1 to Hallerstraße
Overground lines S11/S21/S31 to Dammtor
Bus line 15 to Hallerstraße
Bus lines 34/109 to Böttgerstraße
Visitors with a handicapped permit will find marked parking spaces in front of the main entrance on Rothenbaumchaussee (two spaces) and on Binderstraße next to house no. 14 at the museum's side entrance (one space). The side entrance on Binderstraße has access for persons with limited mobility and access to the elevator. Museum staff will be happy to collect visitors there: ring the bell or call +49 40 428879 671 to get the door opened.
Despite the stairs in the building, museum staff will be happy to help disabled visitors get around the museum. There is a toilet suitable for wheelchair users near the restaurant, which can be reached by elevator.
Unfortunately there is no disabled access to the lecture theatres, nor is there any space to park wheelchairs or rolling walkers.