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The master of grand opera in a completely different way: a program that draws a very human and also personal picture of the exceptional Jewish artist with many little stories about his life.

Giacomo Meyerbeer, born in 1791 in a coach near Frankfurt/Oder, died in Paris in 1864, the most played and most famous composer of the 19th century, had his roots in Berlin - and the Berlin way of life certainly had some influence on him.

Traveling widely as a composer, he met many different people and not only experienced highly respectable events at court all over Europe, but on many occasions also received one or the other petitioner in his own four walls - enough potential for a program full of great and small vocal tones and a good portion of traditional anecdotes.

Andrea Chudak (soprano) | Rainer Killius (piano)

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