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Network and partners

Together with our partners and a constantly growing network, we offer a wide range of cultural activities for people of all ages.

rock'n'popAcademy

In 2023, an exciting cooperation project between the Gronau music school, Gronau musician Dennis Buss and the rock'n'pop museum will be launched: the rock'n'popAkademie.

Wide range of courses

The academy offers a wide range of workshops, including producing, theater and video technology, band coaching and songwriting. Participants have the opportunity to deepen their skills in various areas of the music world.

Shared stage experience

After the students have completed the entire course, they will have the opportunity to perform together on stage and present their acquired skills to an audience.

Cooperation partner

Our cooperation partners contribute their expertise to the various offers. The music school is responsible for the band coaching and music-making, Dennis Buss from the "DB Recording Studio" will support the participants with songwriting and live performances and also offers them the opportunity to professionally record what they have worked on with the mobile recording studio on site at the academy.

The rock’n’popmuseum opens its doors to give young musicians an insight into the world of mixing and producing.

The rock’n’popAkademie is the place where talent is nurtured and musical dreams are realized. Become part of this exciting project and explore the world of music with us. Stay tuned here for more details on courses, dates and registration.

Panic history tour with Hanspeter Dickel

Udo Lindenberg and his home town of Gronau in Westphalia From the fifties into the new millennium Roots - intersections - touches

Hanspeter Dickel is …

  • someone who should know – who can show it: authentic, well-founded, live!
  • Companions in shared kindergarten and school days
  • Fellow dreamers in the sixties
  • Bass companion for first studio recordings with a Revox G 36
  • Long-time city archivist, freelance author and publisher
  • silent accomplice from the “thumb in the wind” to the Udo memorial in Gronau …

Artist history – music history – German history using the example of our city, the city of Udo Lindenberg’s birth and youth.

The approximately three-and-a-half-hour tour, incl. The break and opportunity for an egg liqueur naturally starts at our rock’n’pop museum – at Udo-Lindenberg-Platz 1 – in the centrally located Inselpark in Gronau.

The stations include an overview of the town’s history at the pyramid – parents’ house – kindergarten and school. First venues in the city park, then in dance halls and in the halls of Gronau. A well-behaved dance class in the wild sixties. Later from the Milchbar through the Ponybar to the Mustangs in Münster – all with music, of course. In addition, Hanspeter Dickel offers previously unseen and unheard-of things in picture and sound.

Only those who have experienced the original locations in conjunction with the corresponding Udo songs, heard contemporary witnesses and immersed themselves in the Lindenberg Ocean fed by the River Dinkel can understand from the ground up how little Matz could become a rock legend and a total work of art.

The walking tour takes about two hours, interrupted by seven cross-stops. In the “Lila Eule” (Purple Owl), which is also kept in vivid memory by Udo, further pictures and videos are then shown and enriched with very personal explanations.

Further information and tickets for the Panic History Tour are available exclusively from Hanspeter Dickel at hanspeter-dickel.de

Telephone: 0 25 62 – 57 47 or by e-mail to kontakt@hanspeter-dickel.de

Participants of the Panikhistorischer Rundgang receive reduced admission to the rock’n’popmuseum on presentation of their ticket.

Archive Network Pop

Pop culture collections

The Pop Archive Network is an association of German archives, museums and private collectors with pop culture collections. It aims to systematically preserve pop cultural sources and make them accessible for posterity.

The founding members include well-known institutions such as the Archive of Youth Cultures in Berlin and the Pop Archive at the University of Münster. The network promotes the exchange between the institutions and individuals as well as the visibility of their work in public. It also informs collectors and former players about the options for delivering materials to the participating facilities.

- Here you can discover culture and education in your city!

KuBiG brings together culture enthusiasts and interested parties, promotes the diversity of creative forms of expression and offers a wide range of creative activities and projects, especially for children and young people, at various locations and in cooperation with a constant stream of new partners.

Under this label you will find a variety of cultural educational offers in Gronau and Epe. Whether you are a kindergarten child, a teenager, a young family or an adult – there is something for everyone here, whether in a group or as an individual.

Together, we are creating a vibrant cultural landscape that not only contributes to personal development, but also to social participation.
Become part of this movement and help make Gronau a place where culture and education go hand in hand.

The NRW state government supports the development of cultural network structures at municipal level and promotes cities, municipalities and municipal associations that work systematically on the quality of their cultural education landscape through the “Municipal Overall Concepts for Cultural Education” award. The aim is to open up opportunities for all children and young people to encounter art and culture and to develop an interest in the diversity of cultural life. The overall municipal concepts are intended to demonstrate the systematic further development of cultural education as well as a coordinated and joint approach by politics and administration in culture and education.

Gronau took part in the competition for the first time in 2022 and was able to convince the jury of the concept it had submitted with its first pitch. The Minister for Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, Ms. Ina Brandes, took the opportunity to present the award in person. The 15,000 euros in funding associated with the award will be used over the next two years for cultural education projects in the city and will help to build a strong and active cultural network.

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