Englische Beiträge

  • 03.02.2012

    German Culture Forum for Eastern Europe

    The Deutsches Kulturforum östliches Europa (German Culture Forum for Eastern Europe) was founded in Potsdam on December 19, 2000, as a non-profit organisation. This institution is financed by the Federal Government's Commission for Cultural and Media Affairs, following the policy of research and presentation of German culture and history in Ea ...
  • 26.11.2010

    Prague remembers Kafka colleague writer Johannes Urzidil

    Deutsche Welle Radio • 24.11.2010 This November marked the 40th anniversary of the death of Johannes Urzidil, the Prague-born writer, poet, historian and journalist. Urzidil was a member of the so-called Prague Circle, a group of mostly Jewish German-speaking authors who met regularly in the city’s cafes in the early part years of t ...
  • 26.11.2010

    Prague author Johannes Urzidil remembered 40 years after his death

    Radio Prague • 25.11.2010 This November marked the 40th anniversary of the death of Johannes Urzidil, the Prague-born writer, poet, historian and journalist. Urzidil was a member of the so-called Prague Circle, a group of mostly Jewish German-speaking authors who met regularly in the city’s cafes in the early part years of the 20th ...
  • 18.08.2010

    Facing German Suffering, and Not Looking Away

    The New York Times • 26.02.2010 […] Until then, Malbork was the German town of Marienburg, and the authorities believe the dead men, women and children buried together here were inhabitants of the city, along with refugees from places farther east, such as Königsberg, now Kaliningrad, fleeing the devastating Soviet counterattack ...
  • 21.11.2008

    A delightfull collection

    International record review • september 2008 […] This delightfull collection showcases the instrumental and chamber music Hoffmann wrote in his most musically productive period, from 1804 to 1809, while he was living in Warsaw and Bamberg. The Quintet for harp (an instrument that Hoffmann played) dates from about 1807 and is the mos ...
  • 24.09.2008

    A major discovery

    MusicWeb international • 08.09.2008 […] These performances are persuasive advocates for Hoffmann’s forgotten musical genius, and we’re lucky to not only have these pieces so well performed, but recorded in perfect sound, rich and colorful yet never overbearing. Bravo to profil and everyone involved with this releas ...
  • 03.09.2008

    E.T.A. Hoffmann – Chamber music

    Musicians: Masumi Nagasawa (harp) and the Hoffmeister Quartett and Beni Araki (fortepiano) and the Trio Margaux Für Informationen in deutscher Sprache klicken Sie bitte auf die Flagge. Ernst Theodor Wilhelm Hoffmann was born in 1776 in Königsberg, ...
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