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Konzert im Schlosspark Nennhausen für Peter Joseph Lenné - Open-Air-Konzert

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«Konzert im Schlosspark Nennhausen für Peter Joseph Lenné - Open-Air-Konzert»

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June
Sunday Su - 04:00pm
June, 2021
Jun 27 Su - 04:00pm
04:00 PM
Nennhausen
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Peter Joseph Lenné, as General Garden Director of the Royal Prussian Gardens, shaped garden art in Berlin, Potsdam and the surrounding area for almost 5 decades. Born in Bonn, Lenné came to Prussia as a young man and simple gardener and, in the course of his incomparable career, in collaboration with the legendary builder Karl Friedrich Schinkel, designed an overwhelming number of parks and gardens that are still prominent to this day. His best-known works include the Berlin Tiergarten, the Babelsberg Park, the Peacock Island or the Pfingstberg. Probably the most important garden artist in Prussia, the Havelland Ensemble dedicates a ? Concert for Peter Jospeh Lenné? with musical masterpieces related to Lenné's art or his era in one way or another. Works by L.v.Beethoven, who was also born in Bonn, celebrated his 250th birthday in 2020, as well as by Beethoven's friend and secretary Ferdinand Ries, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, among others, will be heard. Through introductory presentations, the history and work of Lenné is conveyed to the visitor in a vivid and humorous way. Since 2015, the Havelland Ensemble has been inspiring with extraordinary concerts on historical topics at the most beautiful venues in the region. With Yasuko Fuchs (flute), Viktoria Hartmann (violin), Stefano Macor (viola), Norbert Wahren (double bass), Dr. Guido Böhm (moderation). Photo credit: Nennhausen Castle - Benita von Stechow