Deutsche Bank – Responsibility

Culture opens new perspectives

Questioning the familiar gives us a new perspective on things. The active participation in art and music projects allows young people to be creative, achieve together as a team and thereby gain confidence. Deutsche Bank firmly believes that everyone should have the opportunity to experience culture regardless of race, social background and education.

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25 years Deutsche Bank and Berliner Philharmoniker

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At a glance

Projects and initiatives

We aim to generate enthusiasm and appreciation for culture and, together with our partners in culture, foster the creativity and confidence of children and young people.

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What do we aim to achieve?

With our projects and initiatives, we aim to help people overcome reservations about art and music, generate their enthusiasm and appreciation for culture and, together with our partners in culture, foster the creativity and confidence of children and young people.

What is our approach?

  • Together with renowned partners such as the Berliner Philharmoniker, we develop innovative, long-term structures for reaching out to children and young people. For instance, we support the orchestra’s Educational Programme.
  • We create a greater awareness for cultural learning through initiatives such as Children to Olympus!
  • We bring culture to people: Launched in 2013, Operndolmuş is our third project aimed at motivating people to experience culture.
  • We help cultural institutions develop educational programs. For instance, we are the education partner of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney.

Our achievements

  • Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank, UK: More than 77,000 school students have participated in the program since 2005.
  • Toca Zezinho!, Brazil: 334 children from socially disadvantaged environments have received music instruction for free.
  • Berliner Philharmoniker, Germany:
    • Education Programme: 29,000 children have participated
    • Digital Concert Hall: 310,000 registrations
  • Children to Olympus!, Germany: 45,000 children participated in the competition in 2012

Cultural learning – Learn more about our project partners and initiatives

Art works

Art works

Deutsche Bank opens up the world of contemporary art to the public through its own substantial collection, its exhibitions, and its joint projects with partners. Around the world. For thirty years. more

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