Berlin Cosmopolitan School and the Open Community Club (OCC) proudly present:

– an evening of songs and tunes from many places –
Tuesday | November 17 | 7 pm
Grüner Salon, Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz 2

Musicians from Syria, bands and Singer/Songwriters from Berlin, Europe and beyond and student bands from the Berlin Cosmopolitan School are “One World, many Voices”.

Some of these performers have been born in Berlin, others came here because they had the choice to do so and some could not stay in the country they grew up in. This is a night of celebration and music and not of speeches and sorrow – in solidarity, without borders and in honor of a diversity that makes this place we live in so special.

All profits from donations and food will go directly to the “BCS Refugee Support Project”.


Our BCS Basketball Team dominated the ALBA-Tournament again on Saturday, November 14.

Three clear wins and number 1 of the ranking at the end of the first ALBA-Tournament this school year makes us really proud. Congratulations to Llewellyen, Zoe, Noah, Kai, Kaspar, Ruben, Paul, Tim, Benedikt, Ferdinand, Levy, Cuno, Gospel, Adrian and coach Sven Wehrmeyer. This is a great success!


On St. Martin’s Day, November 11, an atmospheric musical event took place at our campus Kindergarten in the Park. Many Berlin Cosmopolitan School families came to sing with our music teacher, Ms Dorothee Wagner songs from all around the world. An illuminated house, a musical walk with stationary performances through the dark park nearby illuminated by lanterns and torches completed the magical event.

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Ben Salsbury_Music_BCS Summer Show 2015

We are very happy to announce, that our music teacher Mr Salsbury was awarded a free one-year license of the Berliner Philharmoniker as part of the „Explore Classical Music!“ program.

Our school will have free access to the Digital Concert Hall of the Berliner Philharmoniker. We will be able to watch and to listen to „beautiful masterpieces of musical history“ as well as interviews, documentaries and other material in the assembly hall.

Thank you, Mr Salsbury!