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No obligation to buy at the 10. Rodental trade market

No obligation to buy at the 10. Rodental trade market

Bells ringing, samba rhythms and bagpipe folklore – a better introduction to the 10. Trade market in the time-honored domane could not be imagined. The interessengemeinschaft rodental (IGR) presented rodental businesses on the domanenplatz and in the hall as part of the open sunday sales event. Also rodentaler associations, the bavarian red cross, the water rescue service, the fire department, the railroad friends and the municipal utilities did not miss the opportunity to show themselves. And that went down well, because the quite numerous visitors accepted the offer. On top of that, there was a program of events well worth seeing and hearing, such as samba rhythms, demonstrations by a magician, dancing and bagpipe music, and much more besides – in addition to a rich culinary offering.

In the hall itself there was a variety of offers of the rodentaler tradesmen to marvel at, which was perceived in detail. It was an insight into the local trade, which was explained over and over again by friendly employees. It was pleasant that it was not a sales event. The longer the interested people stayed at the stands and enjoyed the information.

The two IGR initiators werner hieber and andreas wittmann emphasized at the opening that they had already made a great effort to get the commercial market off the ground – and that on a voluntary basis. The thanks apparently was that the weather just so played along. Mayor marco steiner () emphasized that the community in rodental works great. "Showing what you have to offer was their motto, said steiner.

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Berganza prize for word artist andreas ulich

Berganza prize for word artist andreas ulich

Andreas ulich works as a freelance actor, reciter, copywriter, designer and publisher. "He is a real word artist", as barbara kahle, first chairwoman of the bamberg art association, described at the berganza award ceremony in the villa concordia. But the usually eloquent actor, who in 1993 was sent to the e.T.A.-the first alligator to make his way to the hoffmann theater and thus to bamberg, was speechless at the end of the ceremony and struggled for words. Above all, he confessed, the laudation – held by GAL city councilor and friend ursula sowa – had moved him emotionally.

Ursula sowa gave an insight into the life of the artist and revealed many an unknown side of the berlin-born artist. "When a spontaneous thought occurs to andreas ulich at night, it can happen that he turns on the bedside lamp, makes notes and then continues to sleep", reported sowa. Although the artist sometimes regrets that he is not as ingenious in writing and poetry as E.T.A. Hoffmann, but he was able to write one or two pages a day. Andreas ulich earns his money among other things as an advertising copywriter. "He is all the more pleased, as he confessed to me, about the berganza prize, because it will give him more time to devote to his favorite pastime, writing", said sowa.

Regular readings

Although he is known to many bambergers through his role as E.T.A. Hoffmann in rainer lewandowski's play "you're not a bamberger either" is known, andreas ulich is currently not active as an actor. However, it is not impossible that he will tread the stage boards of a theater again, says the laudator. Currently ladt ulich every first sunday of the month in the E.T.A. Hoffmann house at 5 p.M. For readings with music, and also his first novel "zwei raben" (two ravens) was published a few weeks ago.

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For the last time “music in times of pandemic” in fuchsstadt

For the last time 'music in times of pandemic' in fuchsstadt

Live music also works in corona times. Not only as streaming on the internet, but as a welcome performance in the open air, as the fuschter musikanten proved. They took up a recommendation of their federations and played – respecting the praventivmabnahmen – in the straben and on the squares of the native place to the joy of the listeners.

"We have on 22. March with our small concerts and have so far performed 17 times in different formations and at different places", reports ex-chairman manfred oftring. Always on sunday evening at 6 p.M. Music sounded in a street, at a place or place, where active members of the music association live. They came together to play a standchen to get people out of their houses and to listen to them.

For this purpose, oftring and his son markus rewrote pieces to suit the respective instrumental instrumentation. "We open with a church song followed by brass music of all colors", he informs. The "bohemian dream" can do that, "on the bird meadow", "high firs", "we musicians" or the title "thoughts are free" his. The performers appear in various rough groups and sometimes as soloists. And the musical offer is of course free of charge.

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Autumn serenade in the old synagogue

Autumn serenade in the old synagogue

With an autumn serenade by the kitzingen chamber orchestra, the kitzingen adult education center, under the direction of richard arndt-landbeck, opened its musical half-year program.

"Between classical and contemporary" is the name of the new program of the kitzingen chamber orchestra, which was performed on saturday evening in the almost fully occupied old synagogue. Founded in 2004 by hermann seidl, who died last year, it found a new, driving conductor in burkard lutz, reads the announcement.

In fact, burkard lutz’s praciseful conducting seems to be transmitted to the approximately 28 musicians. Cheerful friendly eye contact among each other testifies to harmonious interplay.