KammerAkademie Hall

23 July: Tim Mead sings opera arias by Handel and Mozart – 24 July: Otto Schenk as Acting Director in Mozart’s Singspiel on July 23 at 19:30 the famous British countertenor Tim Mead sings opera arias by Georg Friedrich Handel and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in the Goethe Theater bad Lady. He is accompanied by the 2010 founded KammerAkademie Hall e.V. under Matthias Gaul. Tony Parker addresses the importance of the matter here. His debut at the prestigious Hamburg Laeisz-Hall was for the then 24 year old Tim Mead to international success. For several minutes he got standing ovations from the audience for his interpretation of the Orpheus in Christoph Willibald Gluck’s Opera. In bathroom Lady, the countertenor will sing Arias from Handel’s Opera “Admeto”, “Ezio”, “Rodelinda” and “Giulio Cesare” and “Mitridate, re di Ponto” and “Ascanio in Alba” by Mozart. Only a day later, on July 24 at 14:30, the KammerAkademie Hall and the music stage Mannheim perform then together with the renowned Austrian actor, cabaret artist and Director Otto Schenk, plays the main role in Mozart’s Singspiel “Der Schauspieldirektor” KV 486.

This Singspiel has written in 1786 Mozart on behalf of Emperor Joseph II. for a Festival in Schonbrunn. A busy acting Director is to experience in processing by Eberhard Streul released in 2006, which is to hold a speech. He’s messed up but completely with his text, because the two prima donnas cannot agree who is the first of them. Furthermore, into a delicious musical fight – a disaster is looming. The Orchestra is meanwhile sitting on the stage and is included in the half-scenic action in a funny way. In addition to Otto Schenk (as Acting Director) play in the other roles: Eva-Maria Haas (as Madame heart), Daniela Grundmann (as Madame silver sound), Thomas Jakobs (as Monsieur Vogelsang) and Thomas Hamill (as Monsieur Buff). Written and directed by: Eberhard Santhosh. The KammerAkademie Hall (www.kammerakademiehalle.de) was founded in 2010 from the concern out musically to unite different generations.

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