Enjoy concerts and recitals with famous performers such as Diana Dammrau, Rolando Villazón or Juan Diego Florez. Experience classical music in a somewhat different way when blockbusters are shown on a big screen with live accompaniment by the Philharmonic.
The Alte (old) and Neue (new) Pinakothek as well as the Pinakothek der Moderne (exhibiting modern art) and Museum Brandhorst are among the most prestigious art collections in the world.
This street is a veritable Who's Who of anyone with a reputation for international fashion: from Chanel to Louis Vuitton via Dior and Gucci.
Since 1875, various events, including the Munich Opera Festival, one of the world's most important music festivals, have been held here. Stars like Anna Netrebko, Anja Harteros and Jonas Kaufmann frequent this building almost every day.
The municipal gallery is an art museum that's housed in the Lenbach Palais, a listed villa, and modern annexes. The Lenbachhaus owes its international renown to the unique collection of works by the group of artists known as "Der Blaue Reiter", with numerous pictures by Alexei Jawlensky, Wassily Kandinsky, Gabriele Münter, Franz Marc, August Macke, Marianne von Werefkin and Paul Klee.
Fondly called the "Resi" by the inhabitants of Munich, this theatre is one of Germany's most traditional and important ones. These days, the Munich Kammerspiele is regarded as Germany's only preserved Art Nouveau theatre.