Summery exhilaration: Elisabeth Carr has once again put together a varied and exciting cultural program and invites you to the most diverse places. © Photo: H-G. Merchant
Starnberg – In the coming months, cultural designer Elisabeth Carr will once again be playing in her art spaces by the lake. The motto this time is "Beauty and Creation".
With her "Juni Spiel schön jung" she invites you to the enchanted Lower Castle Pähl, to the unique art space Roseninsel, to the historical-musical villa party in the Villa Kustermann, to the "Gallery to live in" in the KlimaKunstRäume am See in the Villa Mussinan with Emma, Lucy and Lola Reynolds, Renate Richter, Christian Ufer and Katja Böhm, to the natural space "Creation" of the performance artist Manuela Hartel as well as to the literary beach party on Lake Starnberg.
Seasonal Concerts in the castle park
She is also part of the Kultursommer Starnberg with Julia von Miller's "Capriolen", among others. And in the Kempfenhausen Palace Park, it organises the popular Seasonal Concerts in the summer. In the coming weeks, the actors Laura Maire and Peter Weiß, the musicians Graham Waterhouse, Norbert Groh, Esther Schöpf, Max Grosch, Matthias Bublath, Manfred Mildenberger and Alma Naidu as well as the writer and chanson singer Anatol Regnier can be experienced.
On 11 June, the audience will be "kidnapped" to a humorous, enchanted evening in a wondrously beautiful, enraptured place in the Lower Castle of Pähl. Little Alice in Wonderland, voiced by Laura Maire, is musically accompanied on her journey by the Duo Klangzeit with Marie-Josefin (Finni) Melchior (violin) and Johann Zeller (accordion, violin, among others) with floating, wandering sound paintings. In the end, the astonished travel party experiences seemingly impossible transformations in themselves and reminds them of their own childhood impressions of the Wonder Forest with the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, the Big Little Mushroom and the talking playing cards with their queen. A poetic musical journey into a fantastic dream world, a beautifully young June game.
Rose Island another venue
On 16 June, under the patronage of H.R.H. Dr. Auguste Princess of Bavaria zur Lippe and H.R.H. Prince Ludwig of Bavaria, a literary-musical evening is once again on the programme on Rose Island. After last year's great success, the television actor and BR announcer Peter Weiß will once again read from "Vergittertes Fenster", Klaus Mann's novella about the death of Bavaria's girl king Ludwig II, in the royal casino. Through the narration and the music, you get very close to the events surrounding June 13, 1886.
From 1 to 3 July, Elisabeth Carr will once again host a "Gallery to live in" in the "Villa Mussinan" with Emma, Lucy and Lola Reynolds, the visual artist Rose Zaddach, the landscape architect couple Renate Richter and Christian Ufer, Katja Böhm and Stefan Rosenboom and this time invites you to the KlimaKunstRäume am See. Over the course of three days, the programme includes an exhibition, performance and lecture as well as an inspection of the climate-resilient showcase garden in the neighbourhood, as well as a subsequent visit to the "Museum Starnberger See" to the matching exhibition "Landscape and Light" including the film screening "Planet Love".
Elisabeth Carr will be hosting a literary beach party on 8 July at and with Anatol Regnier in Ambach directly on Lake Starnberg. The author and chanson singer then talks about his life and plays guitar and sings. As always, it's about life with his stories in Ambach, Schwabing, Israel to Australia and about German history.
Almost a tradition, the summer Seasonal Concerts open air in the castle park Kempfenhausen. On July 16, it's "Summer at the Seaside. Then the KunstRäume am See will welcome the internationally renowned duo Grosch/Bublath together with drummer Manfred Mildenberger the outstanding singer Alma Naidu as a special guest. On 23 July, Elisabeth Carr and art historian and cultural journalist Katja Sebald will take part in a historical-musical villa tour at the Villa Kustermann in Tutzing. Katja Sebald is accompanied by Esther Schöpf (violin) and Norbert Groh (accordion, electric piano) when she leafs through her illustrated book "Sehnsucht Starnberger See" (Allitera Verlag) and talks about her exciting research and discoveries. The Villa Kusterman is not only a piece of Tutzing history, it also stands for a highly successful Bavarian entrepreneurial family of the 19th century.
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The story(s) about the Villa Kustermann
In Tutzing, the ironmongery manufacturer Max Kustermann bought an approximately 1865-hectare site between Johannishügel and the lakeshore from the last castle count Friedrich von Vieregg in 28. There he had a classicist villa built that was as simple as it was elegant.
On August 5, Elisabeth Carr and the nationally successful video and performance artist Manuela Hartel will organize a nocturnal nature walk in Höhenrain at a pond in the most beautiful nature - a story of creation.