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“How wonderful it is to collect enough means for a great cause!” Johann Wolfgang Goethe
Weimar – a city of culture over the centuries; may it realise its potential and present itself in its cultural wealth of many hundreds of years. 

This view is a prerequisite and a consequence at the same time: The construction and lively use of a New Bach House in Weimar is an ideal commitment and thus the worthwhile goal of the activities of “Bach in Weimar” e.V. 

The early 18th century with the central figure Bach surrounded by his colleagues warrants just as much of an emphasis in the context of Weimar’s cultural history as the extensive Weimar Classics, the 19th century with Liszt in particular, and the 20th century with the Bauhaus. In order to do justice to the Weimar Bach, his contemporaries and his influence in an internationally effective and balanced way, it is essential to utilise the Weimar heritage to erect a New Bach House built upon the old authentic “Bach” cellar. In this way, Bach’s residence could be placed into a lively correspondence with his place of work, the “post-Bach” castle church. The idea is not only to have Bach reoccupy the New Bach House, but also – in the context of his music (as the tip of the iceberg) – to offer a central location in this house dedicated to preserving the musical inheritance of the musicians he admired, his predecessors, his contemporaries and direct successors, as well as his Weimar-born sons.