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Classic Meets Fetish 2022
CLASSIC MEETS FETISH is still a and uniquely sexy experience for all lovers of classical music and fetish clothing. The event takes place during the Folsom Europe Fetish Week.
- This year Tyrone Rontganger presents the Classic Meets Fetish, Tom of Finland Edition at An der Apostelkirche,1, 10783 Berlin. The event features 2 performances, one at 3pm and one at 8pm
- Professional, qualified and internationally distinguished musicians will not only perform a variety of classical ‘hits’, but do this in fetish outfits for a fetish audience.
- The 30-minute intermission gives the audience plenty of time to mix and mingle, and maybe make some new contacts in time for the Folsom Weekend.
- After all the costs for production and manpower have been deducted, the remaining amount of money generated by this concert will be donated to charity.
Classic meets Fetish will take place in Schöneberg‘s Zwölf-Apostel-Kirche (in English, Church of the Twelve Apostles), only about 5 minutes walk from the underground station Nollendorfplatz and Berlin’s main gay quarter.
This church, built 1871 – 74, is not only supported by a lively parish, but also supports a lively parish by working with the homeless and taking care of street sex workers. Only a stone’s throw away from the hotspot of street prostitution on Kurfürstenstraße, members of the church community regularly distribute free condoms to drug addicts and prostitutes.
Above all, the Zwölf-Apostel-Kirche is nationally renowned for its church music: It has at its disposal, a 50-person choir, led by choirmaster and organist Christoph Hagemann, who also offers courses on how to read music, sing from sight as well as in vocal training. In 2009 his chamber choir recorded their first CD with Händels Messiah.
The parish also works with Berlin‘s very first gay men’s choir „Männer-Minne“ and the homeless choir „Straßenchor“.
On the night of the concert you will certainly notice the windows of the church, which are under official monumental protection. In 1948 the church windows, which had been blown out when the church was hit during an air raid in the Second World War,
were replaced with gin bottles donated from a spirits factory. These can still be seen in the gallery windows of the side aisles and in several other places.
The church also boasts a Schurke organ which was installed in 1968 and integrates elements of the French-Romantic organ building tradition. It was completely overhauled in 1991–1993 and expanded by one register and a combination system control.
Needless to say, concert guests are asked to wear appropriate fetish clothing and to dress respectfully. Organisers would specifically like to draw your attention to the fact that this concert is a cultural charity event and not a sex party.
Where to stay?
Stay close to the heart of the gay district in Berlin. Here you will find hotels near the best gay bars and clubs in the city as well as the Folsom Fair.
Gay Map of Berlin
Being such a large city, gay neighbourhoods are scattered around Berlin, in the districts of Schöneberg and Kreuzberg (the western part of Berlin) as well as in Prenzlauer Berg (eastern part). Recently, the district of Friedrichshain developed a trendy area for upmarket coffee shops and cocktail bars. The majority of the gay hotels, bars, cafes and shops in Berlin are located in the Schöneberg district.
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Recommended Hotels in Berlin
The majority of the gay hotels, bars, cafes and shops in Berlin are located in the Schöneberg district. This is our recommended district.
5 Star, Luxury
This recently renovated designer 5 star hotel in trendy Mitte, has very good weekend deals.
Mercure Berlin, 4 Star
Close to gay bars
Set in the Schöneberg district in Berlin, just a 1-minute walk from the KaDeWe and the Kurfürstendamm-boulevard.
RIU Plaza Berlin
4 Star, Location
All rooms and suites feature luxury furnishings, a flat-screen satellite TV, a safe, fridge, air conditioning
3 Star, Gay Hotel
Close to Berlin’s Kurfurstendamm shopping area and the KaDeWe with great breakfast.