Philharmonic Discourse: Utopia
How much utopia does a society need? Are utopian visions merely a luxury, absolutely necessary for political and social transformation processes, or do they doom us to failure from the outset? Moderator Christiane Florin discusses these questions with two figures who are leading the way with visionary ideas, but come from different generations: Luisa Neubauer, climate activist of the Fridays for Future organisation, and Daniel Cohn-Bendit, publicist, politician and leading voice of the 1968 student movement.
Our Philharmonic Discourse deals with topics that move us, touch us and arouse our curiosity: eminent guests and presenters discuss current issues and aspects of politics, society, culture and history. Even though the focus of this event is on the spoken word, music is not neglected – with an accompanying programme by the Karajan Academy or performances by guest artists.
Christiane Florin presentation
Utopia ‒ Luisa Neubauer and Daniel Cohn-Bendit in discussion with Christiane Florin