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What would German Schlager be without Ute Freudenberg? The versatile and popular singer and entertainer is therefore taking to the stage again full of joy and is looking forward to meeting her fans at Berlin's Admiralspalast.

Ute Freudenberg
Ute Freudenberg © Susanne Welscher

Born in Weimar in 1956, her musical talent was discovered as a teenager at a vacation camp. Just one year later, she won a competition for young musicians and hosted her first television show, "Six Girls and Music". Studies at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Weimar gave her the necessary tools for her career. From 1980 to 1984, she was consecutively voted the most popular singer in the GDR. After a television appearance in Hamburg in 1984, she did not return to the GDR. In her new home in Düsseldorf, she began working as a studio singer. In the Federal Republic and also in Holland her talents were recognized and appreciated.

After the fall of the Berlin Wall, she returned to Weimar in 1996 and again found open ears. In 1998 she received the media prize of the East: the "Golden Hen". She also wins high praise as a chanson singer. She hosts television shows and a newly bred orchid has even been named after her: "Phalaenopsis Ute Freudenberg". If that doesn't beat all!

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