The Momentbühne focuses on adaptations of world history in order to interpret them in a new and global context. In cooperation with various international and national partners, we would like to present a diverse program to the audience and promote new paths for music theater and dance.

The basic principles of the Momentbühne are the collective approach, the development of new theater and music theater material, experimenting with new approaches in the artistic form of presentation and finding new target groups for music theatre.

Thanks to our projects and experience, we can draw on a large international network of artists and can offer individually tailored events for your event.
Whether it's an exclusive song recital, dance performance or drama - feel free to contact us!

  • Kim Mira Meyer

    management and direction

    Since the 2019/2020 season, Kim Mira Meyer has been under contract as director and assistant director with acting obligations at the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz, where she co-directed “Mozart muss die” in 2021, among other things. In the same year she was nominated for the Tassilo Prize of the Süddeutsche Zeitung for her initiative Culture on Wheels and the beginnings of the Opera Namibia project. The cultural department of Munich is supporting the director this year with the theater grant from the city of Munich.

  • Victor Ardelean

    Musical direction and composition

    Victor Ardelean studies composition for film and media at the University of Music and Theater in Munich. He was musical director, pianist and
    Arranger in the musical "In Your Face - Ein Musikalisches Drama" and regularly plays the piano in the improv theater ensemble "Der Stein Trügt". Until 2015 he attended the Conservatorio Profesional de Música Arturo Soria in Madrid, where he received a diploma with honors in piano accompaniment. As a harpsichordist, he received the first prize for early music in the national competition Jugend Musiziert in 2013.

  • Tanya Milo

    Initiation dance collective

    Tanja Milosevic received her training in dance and acting in Munich, Salzburg and Gothenburg. Among other things, she trains in the Performing Arts Studio and the Benedict-Manniegel Ballet Academy.
    She also completed various workshops in classical repertoire, heels dance and commercial jazz and had the opportunity to work with international choreographers such as Peter Breuer (Salzburger Landestheater), Ana Jansson (Performing Arts School Göteborg) and Lillian Stillwell ("Eugen Onegin").

  • Anja Panitz

    project management and fundraising

    My aim is to offer you solutions that correspond to your vision. For this I consider the external and internal impact factors.
    What is your current situation? Who could be a good partner for your goals? What resources are available? Which ones are missing? What do you want to achieve? All proposals are based on these and other considerations.
    My basic commercial training and a high level of diversity in the sectors in my career enable me to adapt to very different situations and sectors.