How Germany Returned to the Beatles’ Proving Ground – To Rescue the Arts During COVID-19

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Germany’s bustling port city of Hamburg has long been known as one of Europe’s premier cultural destinations, the birthplace of composers Felix Mendelssohn and Johannes Brahms, the inspiration behind designers Karl Lagerfeld and Jil Sander, the spot where the Beatles traveled to receive their seasoning, as well as their signature haircuts. But during the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the artists contributing to Hamburg’s identity found themselves anxious about maintaining their followings, as well as their livelihoods. Aware of the important role culture plays during times of emergency, the Germa…

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