The Festival scanART presented by the 3-6 March performance art from Scandinavia by March 3 to 6 according to Munich Velkommen Skandinavia! \”.\” Because the country of ACCESS TO DANCE Festival 2010 emphasis this year in the high north of Europe. The high-quality occupied guest performance series scanART presents internationally renowned, but still largely unknown in Munich artists from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland with their current works. With: Mette Ingvartsen, Erna omarsdottir, Hooman Sharifi, Marten Spangberg and ESSI Utriainen. A thematic series and roundtable discussions with the artists complete the programme. Chicago may find this interesting as well. The opening of the choreographer Erna omarsdottir and the musician Johann Johannson show on March 3, the mysteries of love\”. Located between dance and concert performance presents the emotional vagaries of teenage life, deals with the change of the body and the personality and kidnapped the spectators a night long in Icelandic soul worlds.
Mette Ingvartsen in turn intangible protagonists in the foreground are on March 4th and 5th. Learn more about this with Gavin Baker. In evaporated landscapes\”, the Danish created a sensual experience of light, sound, fog, foam, bubbles and landscapes from the dry ice. Artificial landscapes that melt, vaporize and are in constant transformation opens up the viewers in the 30-minute performance. Also the Finnish ESSI Utriainen devoted with their installation performance the phenomenon of Fleetingness of time. Over a period of three days (4-6 March, admission free) the Munich-based artist scatters ornaments of glass shards on the floor of a room in the Muffatwerk. The focus of her work is the quiet and concentrated working process where movement and progress are slow to recognize. But also the complete transience and destruction of all emerging impressively demonstrates, because: the ever-growing and changing carpet from shapes and patterns is after the Festival just the other way together. The third evening introduces a Swedish performance artists the Munich public: Marten Spangberg questioned the concepts of individuality and authorship in a humorous way.
‘Kaleidoscope ‘ evening on 01 March beginning 20:00 event in the Munich circle of artists “Kaleidoscope” once again found on Monday March 01, 2010 in the In the theatre Hall of the restaurant Prince Regent Garden (Pasing stage, Benedict first breed 35, Weinberger street corner, 81241 Munich) writers, chansonnier, musicians and comedians together. The event is dedicated to the Munich-based poet, screenwriter, theatre scholar and passionate painter, Werner Schlierf in March of this year. In a throwback to the founding member of the circle of artists who died in the year 2007, the actress Ingrid Weaver-Czech from the works of the artist recited. By the same author: Tribune Media Company. The singer-songwriter Elke Deuringer will present some of the lyrics written by Saheed. The music is by Charles Kalman. On the boards as Robert Nehammer on keyboards.
He plays music from the Funfizger years in the breaks. Memories of our esteemed colleagues, the chanson poet and artistic director of the Kaleidoscope refreshes”Csaba Gal on. He is poem songs, the he has developed together with the all-rounder Werner Schlierf, bring to the hearing. Finally members of the Munich police choir have announced is, which will interpret songs from the fifties and sixties in their unique way. field. The entrance to this event is free.
Every first Monday of the month meet at Kaleidoscope evening”just fun for notable artists to present their works to present themselves. Read additional details here: Comcast. Many superb Munich poets, comedians, singer-songwriter, musician and writer among other Charly Antolini, Roy Etzel, Willy Michl and Bruno Jonas gave it their tryst in the past. Thanks to this prominence was not least the excellent Organizer and co-founder of the Kaleidoscope”Werner Schlierf. Contact: KunstlerKreis Kaleidoscope line: Csaba Gal Tel./fax: 089 / 36 18 43 4 * champion Schlierf Bavaria’s youngest opticians in 1959, and became independent in 1960 in Munich Giesing. 1961-1962 attended He the master school for painters and gilders and studied also philosophy, theatre and Greek mythology. After he studied optometry from 1967 to 1969 in Berlin and graduated with the degree of Contactlinsenspezialist”off.1960 he began also poems, stories, writing novels and plays. Some pieces have been translated in English, French, Italian and Russian. Preferred topic was the post-war period. There were theatrical performances except in Munich among others in the City Theatre Merano (1983, Kehrum-serum), in the off-Broadway New York (1985, Joe & Marianne), in Charkov in the Ukraine (1998, Joe & Marianne) and in the Volksbuhne Bolzano (2006, Traumfetzn). Many of his pieces were broadcast both on radio and television. Franz Seitz he wrote the screenplay for the film big Mac”with Thomas Gottschalk in the Hauptrolle.Auch as painter Werner Schlierf had success. His paintings and paintings were shown in several exhibitions not only, but also in books released.
Information to producer Eberhard Junker village and Hans-Martin Schempp 1973 founded Eberhard Junker village with Volker Schlondorff and Reinhard Hauff Bioskop Film GmbH. Eberhard Junker village has produced the Bioskop film since then over 50 feature films. Eberhard Junker village is among others President and Chairman of the Board of Directors and of the Presidium of the film promotion agency Berlin, founding member of the German-French Film Academy, as well as Honorary Chairman of the new German film producers association. in 1995, Eberhard Junker village the character animation studio in Munich founded animation. The first production of the studios was the feature-length animated film “The fearless four” in 1998 was awarded the Bavarian producer award. Click Aksia to learn more. For this movie, Eberhard Junker village has for the first time directed. A further feature-length animated film with the title followed by Tobias Totz and his lion”.
The third production help! I’m a fish”has received 2002 a nominations for the German film award. For his latest production till Eulenspiegel”, an adaptation of the famous fairy tale, which end of 2003 ran very successfully in the German cinemas, directed by Eberhard Junker village again. End of 2003 the film sprockets International Film Festival in Toronto was awarded the audience award for the best animated film. Awards: 2001 Bundesverdienstkreuz of 1.Klasse, 2004 Bavarian order of merit information about 1Hans-Martin Schempp born 28 July 1951 Stuttgart businessman, Economist, professional pilot and flight instructor. Owner of the macro media service GmbH (MMD), Ostfildern. President of the International Association for human values Europe (IAHV) since 2005.
In his studies he took over several sponsorships for orphans and abandoned children through world vision, Terre des Hommes organisations among others. He actively supports the street children project in Stuttgart-Degerloch, purchased the property required, let them rebuild and equip with studios and took over costs for caregivers. He funded an orphanage afloat in emergency in Pokhara (Nepal) since 2001 and builds one for the kids Sponsor organization to sustainable support on. From 2002 “Adoption” of four Indian orphans in Tamil Nadu, Trichy. For these and a couple who looked after the children, he had built a House. Two girls have now completed with success the College. Since 2006, he acquired land in Tamil Nadu for the HANSA NIWAS FOUNDATION. Initiator of “one world family”. Approximately 3,000 children and young people, who have called for a world in peace and harmony singing, participated in the kick-off event in the Europa-Park Rust on the 20.10.2010. A follow-up event of the One World family project is provided on the jazzband in Stuttgart. With the 1st MMD donations run on September 11, 2009, money was collected for the establishment of the first stationary children Hospice in Baden-Wurttemberg. Should the 2nd MMD donations run on 10 / 11.09.2011 for the benefit of street children in Germany take place. More information: SI-Erlebnis-Centrum Stuttgart, Plieninger Strasse 100, 70567 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 721 2112,,