Concert Maxim Shagaev, Günther Stolarz, Ute Beckert and Andrej Ur
The baritone from Berlin sings classical pieces and extraordinary arias with his great operatic voice. Look forward to an opera experience of a special kind.
A native of Moscow, he studied the button accordion at the St. Petersburg Conservatory. The button accordion, bayan in Russian, has only been around in its professional form for a few decades.
Born in Potsdam, she studied classical singing at the Academy of Music in Dresden. She sings chansons and hits and 30-40 years, as well as baroque and ancient Italian arias.
The devil violinist from Ukraine plays music from the Carpathians, tango, country and Russian music. He has worked with the Ukrainian Philharmonic Orchestra and studied at the Leningrad Conservatory. Since 2000 Andrej is a freelance artist in Berlin and often performs with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.
Please bring something to share for a buffet and join us for a picnic in the garden.
This event takes place in the framework of the Open Gardens. The OPEN GARDENS are a joint action of the INITIATIVE OPEN GARDENS Berlin-Brandenburg and the URANIA Association "Wilhelm Foerster" Potsdam.
We do not charge admission to attend the concerts.
The visitor badge for the annual program of the Open Gardens costs a one-time fee of 3 EUR per person and entitles the holder to enter the gardens on all dates of the annual program.
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