A song play, composed and performed by and with Johannes Held & Julian Prégardien & up-and-coming artists at the historic location: in Jägerstraße at Gendarmenmarkt.
In the fall of 1823, Franz Schubert began composing his song cycle "Die schöne Müllerin".
On the occasion of this 200th birthday, the two singer friends Johannes Held and Julian Prégardien got to the bottom of the popular song cycle about the miller's boy who falls unhappily in love and finds peace in the bed of a brook.
They have written a convivial salon piece about the invention of Wilhelm Müller's poems, with songs by Fanny Hensel and Ludwig Berger.
The place of creation at the time was the Staegemann'sche Salon in Jägerstraße, not far from the Mendelssohn & Co banking house: the matinée will take place in its former cashier's hall, the Mendelssohn-Remise. With the Liederspiel, the singers and their ensemble present selected poems and songs to the topos "Die schöne Müllerin".
Let yourself be surprised and come with us on a journey through time to Jägerstraße.
A cooperation of the Mendelssohn-Gesellschaft e. V. and the International Wilhelm Müller Society e. V.
More information at willthemiller.com.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to visit the exhibition "The Mendelssohns in Jägerstraße" during the event.
Reduced price: €15.00
Booking: Please register by phone at 030 817047-26 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.