Saturday, 10/12/2024
at 7:30 PM

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Guest: Ingo Schulze
Moderation: Peter Marx
Music: Cello (Tobias Bleek) and Piano (Claire Badiou)

Ingo Schulze is one of the most prominent contemporary German-language authors. Born and raised in Dresden, he now lives in Berlin. His award-winning work includes novels, short stories, speeches and essays, as well as radio plays.
In 2023, he was invited as the Metropolis Writer Ruhr by the Brost Foundation "Guest in the West" and has published a book under this title about his encounters and observations in the Ruhr area in 2024, in which he reports, among other things, about his visit to our "Literature Couch" at the Old Station.
This evening provides an opportunity to get to know Ingo Schulze and his work better. It will focus on important stages of his life (What was it like in Jena, Altenburg, St. Petersburg?), his experiences in the Ruhr area, and his current role as the President of the German Academy for Language and Poetry.
Musical enjoyment will be provided by Claire Badiou (piano) and Prof. Tobias Bleek (cello).

Photo (c): JMT

Doors open: 6:30 PM

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