Caputh Music Festival and Organ Summer

Music at church in Caputh


Förderverein "Caputher Musiken“ e.V.
Straße der Einheit 3
14548 Schwielowsee
 Phone (+49-176) 500470-15 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Online: Café HEIMATH
Straße der Einheit 86
14548 Caputh
9 am-5 pm 
(Winter: Thurs-Sun, summer: Mon-Sun)

The audiences at the Caputh Music Festival can bask in the resonating sounds of the musical performances letting their troubles go and allowing themselves to be deeply moved. This festival offers a varied programme that explores a different theme every year. The Caputh Music Festival boasts a broad repertoire and this year it ranges from time travel by means of cello and vibraphone to palm court music from Vienna and Berlin, from organ music and the Caputh male choir to swing and rock. In its over 20 years of history the Caputh Music Festival has hosted around 280 concerts at attractive venues around Lake Schwielowsee. The concert locations are awe-inspiring and worth a visit in and of themselves.


  • Caputh Palace
  • Caputh ferry house ('Fährhaus Caputh')
  • Carriage House at the Lake ('Remise am See')
  • Garden of Einstein's House
  • Church in Caputh and parish hall
The Caputh Music Festival harks back to a 1995 initiative of Caputh citizens that was aimed at 'breathing cultural life and music' into the attractive event venues at Lake Schwielowsee.
Ever since there have been approx. 12 concerts hosted at the festival in Caputh each year.


Concert category A (banquett hall of Caputh Palace)
€28, reduced rate for members of the Caputh Music Festival Association €25, under 18 years €10
Concert category B (other venues)
€23, reduced rate for members of the Caputh Music Festival Association €20, under 18 years €10
Reduced rate of €3 for students, unemployed and severely disabled persons and owners of the visitor`s card. 

Location and surroundings

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