Culture and Education
Ethiopia has a unique culture and history, thousands of years old. It’s people are rightfully proud of this rich cultural heritage and much of the cultural life in Addis Ababa revolves around this exc...
Bilateral cultural relations
Famous German pianist Joja Wendt performed at the Yared School of Music on 21st June.
On 23.05.2017 40 Ethiopian students were presented with the official scholarship documents of the German Academic Exchange Service
Visit of the Lord Mayor of the city of Leipzig to its sister-city of Addis Ababa
To make it to the Olympic Games one day – that is the dream of Ethiopian running talents Betelehem and Gadisa. And in Berlin they got one step closer to making their dream reality by winning the half marathon in their age group.
Berlin Half Marathon
The Yeha Temple -situated in the small village Yeha in Tigray region and built in the 7th century BC was re-opened for the public on 15 March 2017 after a successful restoration through German experts...
The Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF), in cooperation with the Ethio-German Football and in the presence of the Cultural Attaché of the Embassy, held a closing ceremony of a high level coaching cour...
Congratulations to 66 football coaches!
On March 6, 2017, Ambassador Joachim Schmidt attended the “German Week”-Celebrations in Mekelle. One highlight was the naming of “Witten Street” in Mekelle,which is located at the main entrance of the...
„German Week“ in Mekelle
German musicians Liese Klahn-Albrecht (piano) and Thomas Stimmel (bass) graced Addis Ababa on 18th and 20th October with two widely recognized concerts.
In addition to their performance in the reside...
“Recognition in Germany” is the official online portal for the Federal Recognition Act. It provides migrants and foreign skilled workers with information on how and where they can submit an applicatio...
Recognition in Germany
German Music Information Center (MIZ)
Thanks to the extraordinary density and diversity of its musical life, Germany continues to be regarded as a 'land of music'. Not only does this reflect its rich musical legacy, it is also indicative of a living and vibrant music scene in which various genres, styles and a wide range of musical cultures can develop and unfold. With the present publication the German Music Information Centre (MIZ) is publishing selected facts and figures on Germany's musical life for an international readership. The topics range from music education to amateur music-making, and from the funding and professional practice of music to the music industry and the media.
miz-German Music Information Centre