KulturSchlagLicht at Groß Schönebeck Hunting Lodge
On june 23rd 2018 the Groß Schönebeck Hunting Lodge and the festival KulturSchlagLicht take their audience back to the pompous times of baroque.
Whilst the preparations for the hunt are being displayed to the earls family in the palace garden, the men go into the castle for music and dancing. The visitors are invited to have a look at the castle, its park and the exhibitions in a quite different ambient. There will be culinary goods for nearly everyones taste, dance-workshops for learning the art of courtly dancing and alltogether an opportunity to dive into the world of baroque, expirience the blacksmiths work or just to have a nice picnic in the park.
The new berlin baroque trio pays an musically homage to nature and sings to the joy of summer.
11:15 Salut firing and dancing
12:15 Theater with Jardin des Epoques
12:45 Parade of baroque horses
13:15 Display of baroque hunting techniques
15:30 Concert / light installation by Peter Müller
16:30 Parade of baroque horses
17:00 Theater with Jardin des Epoques
17:30 Dancing workshops
20:00 Farewell salut
soprano – Johanna Krumin
baroque violin/violin – Anna Barbara Kastelewicz
harpsichord – Sabina Chukurova
viola da gamba / cello – Patrick Sepec
baroque dreassage – Julia Vander Elst
stage direction – Peter Müller
5 € / person
children younger than 14 years: free
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Johanna Krumin studied singing and church music in her hometown of Berlin. During her studies she worked for the choir management and had an employment at the Rias Kammerchor Berlin.
She played concerts at numerous venues like the Bachfest Leipzig or the MDR Musiksommer. She took part in concerts with the Leipziger Kammerorchester, the German Kammerorchester, the Gewandhaus-Oktett, the Back Collegium Berlin, the BSO and many others.
In addition she is working with the partners like the German parlament, the German foreign ministry, the Goethe institute and others on a regular basis.
Her most recent solo record has won the supersonic award.
The violinist Anna Barbara Kastelewicz is working as a soloist, chamber musician and concertmaster. With performances and concert tours around Europe and Asia she is present nationally as much as internationally. She is playing and recording for broadcast, TV and various media-recordings. Anna Barbara Kastelewicz plays baroque violin and modern violin
The musicians of the new baroque trio Berlin share a common passion for baroque and chamber music and bring in the whole range of diversity of their musical experiences and activities. All three musicians are soloists of the New Baroque Orchestra Berlin, which is involved in various concert activities from 2008.
One of the main interests of the New Baroque trio is the rediscovery of women composers of the Baroque era.
Next to Classics of Baroque repertoire, the New Baroque trio Berlin introduces unknown works of Baroque composers and works with different alternatives of performances: modern concert or “Historical Tafelmusik.”The new Baroque trio Berlin plays exclusively on historical instruments: Baroque violin, Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord.
The new baroque trio berlin plays on historic instruments.