Sunday, 11/17/2024
at 6:00 PM


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This musical evening is dedicated to the golden 20s in the heart of Berlin, especially focusing on the prolific work of the talented composer Friedrich Holländer.

Friedrich Holländer, born on 18.10.1896 in London, was born as a circus child, his father was the conductor of a music band in the circus Barum @Baily.

The family moved to Berlin around the turn of the century. In the 20s, he rose as a "house composer" in the famous Berlin cabaret "Schall und Rauch" by Max Reimann on Friedrichstraße in Berlin.

Here, he met his future wife Blandine Ebinger, with whom he founded his own cabaret, the Berlin Tingel Tangel, in 1933.

With the song "Ich bin von Kopf bis Fuß auf Liebe eingestellt" from the film "Der blaue Engel," he became world-famous along with Marlene Dietrich.

But not only that: For his wife Blandine Ebinger, he wrote the famous Berlin songs: "Lieder Eines armen Mädchens."

In 1933, he had to flee to America to escape the Nazis.


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