From Gerhard Beilharz
Dear friends of the lyre and future lyrists –
What follows is a whole series of concerts, conferences, and events coming up in the next weeks and months. Details (if already known) to all events are available on www.leier-forum.com.
The 3rd Langenberg lyre festival takes place from April 29 (evening) to May 1st (noon) 2016 in Windrather Talschule in Velbert-Langenberg. Further details will be announced shortly. Requests, suggestions, offers, please contact Nele Christiane Roth, email@example.com.
The 3-lyre youth conference at Ascension will take place from 4 to 8 May 2016 again in Bliestorf (Lübeck), led by Joachim Lentz and Martin Tobiassen.
Hartmut Reuter will hold a lyre day for all on April 23 in Mainleus-Veitlahm, with workshops and concerts, under the sign of the 400th death year of William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes.
There is also a whole series of CONCERTS in southern Germany and Switzerland:
Art of Fugue - and more
Workshop Concert with Gerhard Beilharz, Wolfgang Friebe, Nobuko Izumoto, Thomas Leins
February 28, 2016, 20 am, Rudolf Steiner Seminar Bad Boll
Music for Two Lyres
Wolfgang Friebe and Thomas Leins
Works by Maurice Ravel, Alois Kuenstler, Lothar Reubke et al
Works by Ravel, artists, et al Reubke
- May 4, 2016, 20 am, Jacob Boehme branch Basel
- May 5, 2016 (Ascension Day) at 11:30 am, Christian Community Schopfheim
- May 7, 2016, 19.30, Ita Wegman Klinik Arlesheim, Switzerland
- July 3, 2016, 19 am, Rudolf Steiner House Heidenheim
Lyre ensemble Ueberlingen, headed by Susanne Heinz and Susanne Hackenberg
July 3, 2016, expected to 16:00, House Rengold, Ueberlingen
This is a preview. If you would like your own event listed, then please let us know!
Friendly greetings from Bad Boll, Gerhard Beilharz
From Hartmut Reuter
A lyre workshop will take place on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at Adam Schneider Hall, Father Bergweg 5, 95336 Mainleus-Veitlahm, Germany, from 9 am-6 pm. This day we will be commemorating 400 years of Shakespeare and 400 years of Miguel de Cervantes. We will be introduced to music spanning four centuries.