The premiere was a success, there is a second edition this year: This week begins the Starnberg cultural summer with the first events. Advance ticket sales are ongoing and for the first time there is a summer cultural event for children. However, part of the program in a new location is still pending.
Starnberg Concerts, performances, exhibitions, plays as well as children’s and youth programs make up this year’s Starnberg Cultural Summer, which begins with a concert by Ami and Wally Warning just in time with the onset of summer. New this year are children’s shows – and concerts in Bucentaurpark. The city plans to publish the exact program this week. These dates are fixed:
- Thursday 23 June 7 p.m. Munich Rowing & Sailing Club: Ami and Wally Warning kicks off the series of events with reggae, groove and soul music. “Hopefully with the best summer weather, good conversations and refreshing drinks, guests can enjoy the perfect mood for this year’s Starnberg Cultural Summer,” city council spokeswoman Lina Choi explains. Submission is free.
- Friday, June 24, 6:30 p.m., Cinema Britwand: Through art-processing films and photo excerpts by artist Manuela Hartl, live music by David Schwartz (piano/electronics) and Maren Kessler as actress, viewers get to perform “Marlene Dietrich – Music Performance” It pays tribute to “extraordinary insight into the life of exceptional artist Marlene Dietrich. This event is held in association with the Petra Kelly Foundation.
- Friday, June 24, 9:30 p.m., Castle Garden: The city along with “KunstRäume am See” invites you to this evening’s “Magic Night Music Under the Open Sky” themed “Dream Star Sleep” with Joseph Pressman.
- Saturday 25 June, 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Munich Rowing & Sailing Club: Latin American dance workshop marking the start, from 8:30 p.m. “El Flecha Negra” participants can immediately apply what they’ve learned. Professional musicians, guests of many festivals, mix traditional cumbia and reggae with modern mestizo and the sounds of Peruvian hookah, according to the city’s description. The workshop is not only for couples, but registration is required at firstname.lastname@example.org or (0 81 51) 77 21 59.
- Wednesday, June 29, 6:30 pm Garten Museum Starnberger See: Bavarian singer-songwriter Maxi Bongratz, known as the head of the band “Kofelgschroa”, presents his new album “Meine Angst”.
- Thursday, June 30, 7:30 pm, Castle Square: Esther Schöpf, Norbert Grohe and Leander Kaiser perform Italian, English and French Renaissance dances along with jazz under the title “Summertime – Sommerlicher Klangzauber beinner Renaissance und Jazz”.
- Saturday, July 2, 7.30 p.m., the inner courtyard of the castle: In “Miniatures – Chamber Music All About the Violin,” students in the master class of Julia Fischer present a musical tour of three countries in three periods, with works by A. Dvorak, J. Haydn, G. P. Telemann, and W. A. Mozart.
New this year are specials for children. Together with the musical group “Vederspyl”, listeners young and old can embark on an exciting journey in the Middle Ages, to the girls, knights, and itinerant musicians on Sunday, July 3, from 5pm. The family concert “From Castle to Castle – With Traveling Musicians Through the Middle Ages” takes place in the courtyard of Starnberg Castle. There is a children’s cultural stage at Buckentor Park especially for children as young as three, where puppeteers Nicole Weisbrot (Lakretz Theater) will show her Finger Puppet Theater “Sleeping Beauty” on Friday, July 8 from 4 p.m. The supporting program of the 35-minute children’s play puts everyone in a good mood: in addition to the exhibition of hand puppets by students from the Technical Academy of Social Education at the Vocational School, there is face painting and a small ice cream party.
Culture stage also in Bucentaurpark
In addition to the children’s stage, there is also a large theater in Bucentaurpark, which will be in use from July. First dates are there: At the opening on Friday, July 1, from 6 p.m., “Key for Two” will play the piano for four hands. Entry is free, and the area is covered – so the weather doesn’t matter. Then there is a program on stage almost every day, such as a session for young musicians (July 2), a concert for “Ladylike” (July 3) or “Upstroke Music Collectif” (July 6). The city will announce details of the cultural summer in the park and the classroom there this week.
Tickets, if necessary, can be purchased online through the event calendar at www.starnberg.de. Maps are also available from Starnberg Tourist Information (Hauptstrasse 1). The city announced that if the ticket pool is not exhausted, tickets can also be purchased at the box office (extra cost: 2 euros). If entry is free, spectators will be admitted up to the maximum allowed. If it rains on a date, the cardholders will be informed of the alternate location; Some events are independent of the weather. millimeter