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Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal don’t tear things down. They restore buildings sustainably with surprisingly modest means, while meeting the needs of residents. Their socially and ecologically conscious work won them the 2021 Pritzer Prize.Door DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
Berlin's colorful, diverse, queer culture attracts many people of Jewish faith — especially from Israel. They often belong to the third generation of Holocaust survivors. How do they deal with trauma?Door DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
A rabbi who defies clichés and a film that shakes things up. The new Jewish generation in Germany is quick-witted and self-confident. They're putting an end to a culture of remembrance that fails to embrace the present.Door DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
Mexican conductor Alondra de la Parra has definitely got rhythm. She’s rehearsing film music from her native country with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. In the process, she’s found out what drumming & badminton have to do with each other.Door DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
For over a year now, “DW Classical Music” on YouTube has delighted classical musical fans from all over the world. With both short clips and in-depth documentaries, viewers can experience stunning moments with award-winning musicians thanks to DW.Door DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
A year after her beloved project "Mozart y Mambo”, Sarah Willis took another trip to Cuba. A currency reform and the corona pandemic have meant difficult times for the Cuban people. But Mozart and Salsa are helping musicians through the crisis.Door DW.COM | Deutsche Welle