• 13—17 May 2024
  • Berlin, Germany

Classical:NEXT 2024 will take place in Berlin, Germany from 13-17 May 2024. The main daytime venue is Colosseum, evening showcases will be held at Holzmarkt 25 (Säälchen and Kater Blau). The opening ceremony will take place at Pierre Boulez Saal. The club showcases will be held at Holmarkt 25 (Säälchen and Kater Blau).

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Classical:NEXT 2024 Call for Proposals for the showcases, conference and project pitches is now closed!
Every Summer, Classical:NEXT launches an annual Call for Proposals for the showcase and conference programmes, inviting artists, presenters and speakers to apply to take part. Each year, our international, independent jury, review each proposal and from them select the official Classical:NEXT programme.
To be made aware when our next Call for Proposals is announced, sign up for our newsletter or keep an eye on this website or our social media.
The online registration for Classical:NEXT 2024 is open.
Register now for Classical:NEXT from 13-17 May 2024 in Berlin, Germany.
Journalists play a vital role in the dissemination of music and in keeping the important discourse on this art form alive. Classical:NEXT acknowledges this by offering a reduced rate to media professionals, subject to approval.
If you are a delegate who will attend Classical:NEXT first and foremost in your role as a journalist or as a professional involved in the editorial work of a music media company, you are invited to register for our special Media Rate. Simply complete the delegate registration as normal, and check the "media registration" box when you are entering your personal delegate data – about half way through the registration process – and send a copy of your press credentials to registration@classicalnext.com.
After confirmation from our communications department, you will be granted the discounted media rate registration price.
Press accreditation (including free delegate-level access) to Classical:NEXT 2022 is reserved for a limited number of journalists who report on Classical:NEXT or our showcase artists, subject to approval. Note that accredited journalists are not listed as delegates in the printed guide nor at the online database C:N NET. One accreditation per reporting media only. To apply for a free press accreditation please contact us via email at media@classicalnext.com.
Entrance to the Classical:NEXT Expo, Conference, Opening and Award Ceremony is reserved only for Classical:NEXT delegates who have registered for the full four-day event. One-day entrance tickets and partner rates are not available. All spouses/friends/partners must be fully registered themselves. All Classical:NEXT Showcases, however, with the exception of the Opening and Award Ceremony, are open to the general public. More programme and ticket purchasing details will be released shortly before Classical:NEXT.
The Programme for Classical:NEXT will be announced starting from February 2024.
Full information on how to arrange delivery of goods and packages for your Classical:NEXT stand is available on the Info for Exhibitor page - scroll down to "Important Documents and Times". Should you have any questions, please contact next@classicalnext.com.
Please contact us before the event at registration@classicalnext.com if you have any special access needs, to make your time at Classical:NEXT as easy as possible. Fully-registered disabled delegates may be accompanied by their Personal Assistant (carer) free of charge.
If you plan to register on-site on Wednesday, due to a late arrival, you may attend the Opening Concert on Tuesday evening. Staff at the Opening venue will request that you provide them with ID. We will follow up on the exact procedure of the on-site registering closer to the event, as the COVID-19 regulations might change. Subscribe to our newsletter to receive the latest information on Classical:NEXT first hand.
It is possible to share a stand or become part of an umbrella stand at Classical:NEXT.
For further information please contact next@classicalnext.com
Exhibitors must not sell any merchandise at their stands.