About Marie & Jenny

Marie and Jenny feel
like on a mission:
they love sharing
their passion for
good music with
the rest of the world.

 

Marie
Giroux

Marie Giroux  is of French origin, a fact which explains her charming accent and her dark complexion. In Avignon in France, where she was  born, is more sunshine as the sun enjoys shining longer than in Germany.

Marie started studying the flute in Paris and Toulouse, but after some time she wanted to take more advantage of her stunning voice. She discovered her wonderful, warm mezzo-soprano and finished her studies as an opera singer at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin.

She enjoys singing opera and operetta as well as musicals and chansons. Her tendency to rebellion and her strong desire for freedom explain the fact that she hates being pigeonholed.

Besides her unique voice and her good technique – some convincing arguments for her success on stage – she possesses a certain appeal, which explain her ability for making her humorous and perhaps sometimes cheeky texts presented in  her charming accent be accepted  by the audiences – even though they may sometimes be slightly provoking at least. One knows that the eyes can hear, too.

Marie Giroux loves to show her creative spirit in her program and in her own texts she uses a more or less correct, but at any rate humorous German which even makes  the so-called reserved people from Northern Germany smile.

A distinct talent for mental calculation, an unbelievable punctuality and an admirable physical discipline distinguish her from others. At any hotel she visits in a new town she will make inquiries for the best jogging route  that she can use. No wonder that the Germans did not allow her to go back to France.

Apart from all those facts mentioned until now without wishing to perpetuate a certain stereotype, it should be known that she loves red wine and cheese. And handbags from Berlin, which are branded by an expression her parents would have loved to use for her, when Marie was still a little child: “Liebeskind” (sweet child).

 

Jenny
Schäuffelen

Jenny Schäuffelen had not yet started her school-career, when for the first time  she was allowed to play the piano at the age of five.

Very early she recognized that her abilities and character were best suited for accompanying others on the piano. Apart from her technical performance she can show great patience and has excellent sensitivity and intuition for accompanying those who are sometimes rather egocentric female or male singers.

She got so much committed to the sound of the piano that she also successfully finished her studies at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin. After that Jenny was offered the chance of continuing her studies in special master-classes for accompanying singers and for improvisation.

In her unlimited love for playing the piano she discovered another related instrument: the accordion. And since then she tries to make use of this extravagant instrument whenever she thinks it is best suited for her purposes.

She considers herself  as someone who prefers to accompany opera singers, singers of classical music but also of musicals and chansons.  And whenever  there is a special possibility she does not mind having the stage for herself as a soloist.

For certain projects Jenny Schäuffelen was in charge of the musical direction. For her it was no problem at all to feel  responsible for the whole musical project. She is well organized herself and so perfectly suited for taking over the role of a self-confident organizer for others. In a certain way it reflects her private role at home: she is head of a family of four persons and fills her role with great intuition and virtuosity.

Jenny Schäuffelen is not afraid at all of Marie Giroux’ charming cheeky texts and even supports her with her dry, prosaic northern character.

For being successful on stage it is always an advantage to have a nice appearance. Those who would like to define the colour blue have to look at Jenny’s deep blue eyes.

Besides music she is characterized by two further passions: They are an obvious weakness for Polkadots, and sweets have no chance of not being eaten with great pleasure.

Marie & Jenny

Marie Giroux and Jenny Schäuffelen met on a yacht on the River Seine. Perhaps one may not believe it, but it must have been love at first sight or in their case: at the first sound of music.

And since then they have had innumerable shows with their first program “Parisian Flair” in the different parts of Germany. And all those shows were very successful, praised by audiences and critics alike.

Marie and Jenny have a huge repertoire of opera music at their disposal. Like all women they love drama with or without a happy end.

Another common feature of the two musicians is their sense of humour, which they regularly show in their performances. Both succeed in being extremely exact and highly professional with their work and if they take refuge to dope the utmost is sweets to keep themselves at high spirits during rehearsals.

Marie and Jenny feel obliged  to share their love of music with the rest of the world.

Programs

Our Programms

Madame Piaf

Throughout her life, Édith Piaf has never shied away from the naked truth. Those who have never been wrapped in absorbent cotton themselves are not inclined to transfiguration. In this respect, Marie Giroux approaches the diva in her new program “Madame Piaf” in the same way as she herself would probably have done: relentlessly and unpretentiously – only with considerably more charm and humor than Piaf herself knew how to radiate. And it takes little more than Giroux’s moderation to guess that here a French chanson singer dives into the life of another, even more famous chanson singer in a quite surprising way to present the other, less known side of the Piaf. “I have sagging breasts and a small, flat bottom,” the Giroux quotes the Piaf right at the beginning, “but I get the men anyway.

In a conservative black costume she leans casually against the piano. She blinks with her left eye during the sentence. Her whole face smiles amidst the long wild blonde curls. She is significantly taller than Édith Piaf with her 1.47 meters it once was. And also the fact that Giroux, actually a mezzo-soprano, does not describe herself with the phrase, can be seen at first glance. The evenings that promise to pay homage to the great Édith Piaf usually take place in the predictable realm – a roundel of often sad songs, somewhere between life in pink and nothing regret. The evenings approach the famous original sometimes more, sometimes less. If it runs optimally, the audience almost only misses that typical crackling of old shellac treasures, which distinguishes the original from the plagiarism. Almost.

Many female artists try their hand at the rich repertoire of the great Piaf, who had sung over 3000 songs in her lifetime when she died in October 1963. Especially this year, in which the probably greatest chanson singer of all times would have celebrated her 100th birthday, Piaf programs enjoy great popularity. But while most of them routinely string together only La vie en rose, Milord and Non, je ne regrette rien, Marie Giroux with pianist Jenny Schäuffelen and cellist Frédérique Labbow offers her audience an extraordinary excursion through the life of the famous and notorious, celebrated and feared Piaf.

It is not about how Piaf was abandoned by her biological mother shortly after birth, neglected by one of her grandmothers and raised in a brothel by the other. It is not about her father, who was prone to violent excesses and addicted to alcoholism, the early death of her only daughter or the murder of her mentor. With the support of Labbow, Giroux and Schäuffelen discuss with wit and witty repartee no less authentic views of Piaf’s life, which is steeped in tragedy: they devote themselves to the numerous loves and their benefits for big little Piaf. It’s about getting anyway.

That sounds like a dangerous tightrope walk. After all, rousing stage entertainment can justifiably be considered a great art. It is all about successfully reconciling contradictions: An artist has to meet the expectations of the audience in terms of content, at best he may exceed them, but at the same time he has to surprise them. The trio Giroux, Schäuffelen and Labbow, who are also touring alongside Tim Bendzko and Andreas Bourani, succeed in this inimitably. In “Madame Piaf”, the three music college graduates prove their impressive versatility, both through sensitive and refreshing original arrangements of the chansons with surprising instrumental changes and in the originality with which they take on the men and women who lined the path of Piaf’s life.

Sometimes they themselves were already famous, boxers or cyclists or Marlene Dietrich, sometimes they became it in the wake of the little charismatic singer. And so Giroux surprises her audience in the “unmasking of a diva” with the great men of the chanson, from Charles Aznavour, Piaf’s former private secretary, to Gilbert Bécaud, Yves Montand, Georges Moustaki, who wrote for Piaf Milord, to Jacques Pills and Johnny Hallyday, the French soft rocker, who was not even helped by the fact that he actually still fell under puppy protection when he met Piaf. The new Piaf program shows how Giroux has studied the Piaf intensively for over half a year in order to put together an amusing evening entertainment without unnecessary prudery but with expertise, which is not only musically rousing. Swept away my love affairs and all their whining, swept away forever”, sang the Piaf in her most famous chanson, “I start from zero, because my life, my happiness begin today with you”.

It’s showtime!

An unforgettable evening in the style of New York Broadway full of glamour and glamour

It’s showtime! We lay the most beautiful hits of the musical at your feet, with a pinch of humor, expert anecdotes and surprising backgrounds… Follow the invitation of a mezzo-soprano, a tenor and a pianist, who will solemnly serve you the best of everything on a silver platter – a veritable five-star gourmet gourmet program consisting of Cats, Phantom of the Opera, Elisabeth, Les Misérables, West Side Story and many other world-famous shows… You can become weak and this
give in to musical temptation without any regrets!

From the origins of the musical to the most modern works, the trio paints an irresistibly colorful musical arc, sometimes quietly and lovingly, sometimes lively and swinging. You will learn en passant about the risks of the composer Leonard Bernstein’s audience with Pope Paul IV and about the pets and the housekeeper of his colleague Andrew Lloyd Webber, who must be allowed to have a decisive influence on the work. And about the indestructibility of Cole Porter’s mother wit. One could justifiably speak of a handkerchief-laden spectacle, since it cannot be completely ruled out that you will be overwhelmed by your emotions. We are looking forward to an unforgettable evening in the style of New York Broadway and London’s West End, not to mention Paris and Vienna, an evening full of glamour and glamour! We look forward to seeing you!

Femmes Fatales

– Heroines of freedom –

Marie Giroux, singing
Sylke Hannasky, acting
Jenny Schäuffelen, piano

Come in, noble ladies and gentlemen, dare to enter our Salon der Femmes extraordinaires.
What makes us special, you ask yourself? Take a look before you hear us. Ah, beautiful and dangerous at the same time, you say, is that what makes a femme fatale, in your opinion? Well, yes, you are right. On the one hand. And yet on the other hand, it is far too little to describe us…. seductive – seditious, political – provocative, passionate – passionate, convincing – underestimated, committed – refined, attractive? …No adjective is good enough to do justice to the truth.
From the first moment when Eve gave you men the apple, we knew that we had to be to blame for everything… But you shouldn’t confuse apple with pear – whose eroticism you, too, will appreciate no less in our program…
God knows how many battles we have fought, even won battles that were actually doomed to failure. But no price was too high for us to impose our ideals and convictions, sometimes loudly, sometimes subtly, as we women are. Voting rights, self-determination, financial and sexual independence – nothing was simply given to us.
From Eva and Cleopatra to Beate Uhse and Emmeline Pankhurst, Josephine Baker and Marie Curie, we will lovingly reveal some of the secrets of these femmes fatales without exposing them.
Among other things, you will learn why the English Sufragettes were true fashion experts apart from their political commitment, and what Cleopatra had to do with vibrators.
We – a charming Conferenciere, a cleaning-crazy sensitive pianist and a “moussing” chanteuse – present musical and literary portraits of some of our sisters who gave women a great deal of freedom and equality.
After all, isn’t the woman the better half of humanity? Don’t be sad, dear men, because even among you there will at least be consensus: We women are always more fascinating …

Parisian Flair

This is the slogan that Marie Giroux has chosen to take her audience to Paris – into the streets and alleys, into the houses, hotels and centre of this unique european metropolis.

Paris – a complete world for itself. Marie Giroux tries to show that Paris has more tourist attractions than the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre Museum and her audience begins to realize how many other possibilities of enjoying the town there really exist.

With their music just as much as with their lyrics the two artists take their audience on an unusual sightseeing tour through the different areas of this wonderful  town.

The Flair of the town becomes more and more vivid  with each new chanson – and always in a different kind of way:  Either there is a touch of irony or flirtation, or it is yearningly or perhaps filled with sadness, but of course sometimes also full of  hope. You can hear songs about (mostly beautiful) girls or (handsome) men, their relationship to each other, their thoughts, their happiness or sufferings.

On this walk through the several parts of Paris you will not only listen to music about the town, but will also receive valuable tips about restaurants, ice cream-bars and many other things as for example  the famous cabarets  “Le chat noir” or “L’ ecluse” in the Quartier Latin. The diverse localities offer an opportunity for partly humorous, partly tragic anecdotes about well- known French singers of chansons.

You will have a chance of seeing the several points of this tour of Paris on a map of the town. The program starts from former singers of chansons like Satie or Poulenc to classical singers like Brel, Barbara, Aznavour or Piaf to at last  the most interesting modern singers of this type of songs. Expect surprises even if you feel acquainted with Montmartre, Les Halles and all the rest of this fabulous capital.

Madame Piaf

They all fell in love with her … all men she met. Some way or the other. That is at least what she herself claimed, the popular celebrity of the French chanson. The small great female singer moulded a whole generation of men – mainly male singers of French chansons of the 20th century – on stage as well as in bed.

Charles Aznavour just as much as Georges Moustaki, Yves Montand or Gilbert Becaud voluntarily became prey of “The Sparrow of Paris”.

She stated that love was the most important thing in her life, but the question is, whether it was not only an illusion of love which Piaf wanted. Her affairs were love affairs, one-night-stands at worst, to affairs which at the utmost lasted up to three years. In a kind of way they were not really serious affairs and never left any deep wounds. It was a kind of rainbow from slightly grey to pitch-black.

But what were they like, those famous lovers, and what was the effect of those affairs on them? It has been maintained that music tells more than thousands of words. And so from a number of well-known or lesser well-known chansons of her lovers between the lines you discover some astonishing truths of what love meant for her – and them.

Cheerfully Marie Giroux gossips and couragesly shows the negative side effects of this otherwise loveable Edith Piaf. And she confronts the audience with details which – you can well rest assured – perhaps some might have preferred never to get into touch with.

Jenny Schäuffelen as the player of the piano/accordion with her profound knowledge of the morally questionable relationship ability of Edith Piaf will try to examine it with academic depth.

But on the whole it will most of all be wonderful music, for the two others are joined by the female cellist Frederique Labbow who with great charm will flavor the whole show and surprisingly also try other instruments.

Non, rien de rien, je ne regrette rien …Has Madame Piaf really not regretted anything at all?

But prepare yourself for something you would not have expected – after the show you will see Madame Piaf with very different eyes.

Second cast at the piano: Nico A. Stabel.

It’s Showtime

The History of the Musical from Broadway to Paris via Vienna and London…You will have a chance of listening to several melodies and duets  from musicals and you will be able to get to know them better by amusing anecdotes about their composers. It is the music that has served to tell the story of racism on a stage, the story of love, or that of the French revolution. And that has long left the stages to become familiar on the radio and television alike.

It is the music of George Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess”, or Leonard Bernstein’s never outdated “West Side Story”, of “Les miserables”, “Kiss me Kate”, “Jesus Christ Superstar”, “Phantom of the Opera” and several others will be among them. And as a lover (and owner) of cats (or is it the other way around) Marie Giroux will surely find some of Andrew Lloyd-Webbers musical memories.

Marie Giroux will take you through the program and will sing in duets with the tenor Joseph Schnurr. Jenny Schäuffelen or Nico A. Stabel  will accompany them on the piano.

A great evening of musicals can be promised.

 

Die goldene Zeit der UFA

“I know that one day a miracle will happen, and then a thousand fairy tales will come true.

The Ufa film and music industry and its dazzling stars have shaped an epoch. A cheerful and state-sponsored art, but one that developed in a dark time, as finely as nastily orchestrated by Joseph Goebbels, the so-called Reichsminister for Popular Enlightenment and Propaganda. He was aware that the people needed rest from the daily war-mongering and leader indoctrination, and that non-political entertainment was suitable for that purpose. Music, operetta and revue films therefore experienced a pronounced boom in the thirties and forties. Lilian Harvey and Willy Fritsch, Marika Rökk and Johannes Heesters, Hans Albers, IlseWerner and Zarah Leander offered the audience glamour and glamour. They let them forget their world falling into ruins for a few hours. But how does that fit together? Can real music and art be created under censorship?

Some artists, such as Zarah Leander, knew how to balance the scales: At a party she met the Nazi propaganda boss Joseph Goebbels. He asked her dangerously ironic: “Zarah … Is that not a Jewish name?” “Oh, maybe,” said the actress, “but what about Josef?” “Hmmm… yes, yes, a good answer,” Goebbels replied. But even an abuse, no matter what kind, motivation or system, can neither rob art of its character nor spoil its innermost core in his sense. And it is clear that the film music of the UFA and its songs are real art: They have lost none of their shine and remain very popular. We offer a charming and nostalgic musical revue of the Ufa era and draw a portrait of an ambivalent epoch … Welcome to the salon of Zarah Leander…

Blessur d’Amour

Längst gibt es die verschiedensten Notfallapotheken für körperliche Verletzungen, und jeder von uns besitzt eine. Aber was ist mit Verletzungen der Herzen?
Da werden wir oft im Stich gelassen, im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes…
Deshalb haben wir uns vorgenommen, eine kleine Reiseapotheke des Trosts zusammenzustellen, „tout en Chanson“ und versprechen eine schnelle Wirkung und eine Linderung der Symptome.

Wir haben uns nichts Geringeres vorgenommen, als dem Geheimnis der Liebe auf den Grund zu gehen und ihre verschiedenen Facetten zu untersuchen.
Wir schöpfen dabei aus dem französischen Chansongut von Sardou, Becaud, Aznavour, Ferré und vielen mehr und suchen nach Antworten: Kann man sich in eine Gitarre oder auch in ein Kleidungsstück verlieben, und ist dann sein Verlust schmerzhaft?

Hilft Schokolade gegen Liebeskummer oder ist Schokoladeneis besser? Und wenn ja, welche Marke? Kann eine Liebe durch eine andere ersetzt werden als Placebo? So wie Süssstoff statt Zucker? Lässt sich das Herz täuschen? Muss Leidenschaft wirklich sein, und wenn ja wieviel? Kann man sich entlieben, und gibt es eine Sammelstelle für die verflossenen Geliebten? Oder muss man eine Entrümpelungsfirma beauftragen?
Egal, welche Fragen Sie in Sachen Liebe haben, bei uns werden Sie vielleicht nicht geheilt, jedoch wird Ihnen wenigstens geholfen. Und da wir keine Packungsbeilage
im Gepäck haben, brauchen Sie wegen Risiken und Nebenwirkungen nicht Ihren Arzt oder Apotheker zu fragen… Dafür bürgen wir für Charme, Witz, Stimmen,
Klavier, Gitarre, Akkordeon und viel Herzblut …

The Gala

Where politics is not always successful, we as an international ensemble with our music want to be peacemakers with bows, keys and voices. We want to build bridges not only between classical and serious music, but also between people and cultures, we want to be ambassadors for more togetherness and for more solidarity and respect.

From classical music to jazz and klezmer to swing, operetta, chanson and musicals, with “Die Gala” you will experience a special event with many different facets, from light to profound, which will perhaps move you to tears, but also animate you to dance.
The Ensemble Spreegold consists of international classically trained musicians from Berlin, who are travelling in different genres and who would like to make a difference with their music.

A musical journey around the world from Paris to Vienna via Budapest or Buenos Aires and New York, stimulatingly moderated by the duo Paris Flair.
Look forward to a versatile musical gala evening!

“The Gala” is suitable for almost every occasion: as a New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Gala, as an open air or concert event and much more.
We can discuss the focus of the moderation with you individually.

Wiener Blut

“The operetta audience is an operetta race: the race of people who are always happy, always in a good mood”. Franz Lehár

Imagine you were in Vienna at the turn of the century at the wedding of the operetta… It was the time when the Soubrettes were praised not only for their vocal qualities, but also because they were extremely freely presented. And the worried Émile Zola even said that one should strangle the operetta like a harmful animal….

But if one forgets morality, then it lives itself completely uninhibitedly! Unfortunately, in the next few hours it will not always be politically correct, but it will be amusing in any case when Ralph Benatzky bows down in front of a rainy window pane out of vanity or when Emmerich Kálmán is mistaken for Franz Lehár at the customs office… This and much more awaits you this evening. You will also learn interesting facts about the fashion of the time, the secrets of Sachertorte and the Viennese waltz. It will be musically elegant and refined, with many icing on the cake and delicacies in the form of arias, melodies and duets – from Strauss and Stolz to Lehár and Offenbach – in the most beautiful vocal colors of a mezzo-soprano and a tenor…

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of operetta and take a look behind the scenes of that time with us!

The most wonderful declarations of love in opera

Love … the most  wonderful minor matter of the world…

From times immemorial love has been the main topic of the opera and musical comedy. The several states of love have been sung about, have been summoned, whispered and also kept secret, so that one has to find out what can be heard between the notes.

By this program your potential of love is to rise beyond measure; and so you will be filled with love yourself, and cheery you will return to your daily routine. We will give you a musical love potion, which you will be able to enjoy without any scruple or restriction.

The mezzo-soprano Marie Giroux and the tenor Joseph Schnurr will present the most wonderful declarations of love of the opera and operetta from works by Mozart, Bizet, Offenbach, Lehar and Rossini. Whether meant for a concert or a dinner – the program will suit every formal occasion.

Marie Giroux will take you through the evening with her charming French accent and her incredible voice. As a kind of cream topping on the program you will enjoy little scenes about love written by authors like Loriot, Tucholsky or others, which will make you smile and laugh.

 

Der Zauber der Sterne

Markt und Straßen steh´n verlassen,
Still erleuchtet jedes Haus,
Sinnend geh´ ich durch die Gassen,
alles sieht so festlich aus. (…)
Wie so weit und still die Welt!
Sterne hoch die Kreise schlingen,
Aus des Schnees Einsamkeit
Steigt´s wie wunderbares Singen –
O du gnadenreiche Zeit!
– Joseph von Eichendorff –

Weihnachten ist eine besinnliche Zeit, alles und jeder hält inne, und es leuchten tausend Lichter im Dunkeln…die Zeit der Kerzen,Kugeln, Kränze, Geschichten und Geschenke… Auch wir haben für Sie ein ganz besonderes Präsent. Wir bescheren Ihnen die schönsten Sterne des Universums: von Zimtsternen über Seesterne, Sterneköche, Sternzeichen, Sterntaler und Schneesterne, aber auch natürlich Weihnachtssterne und vieles mehr. Und wir erzählen von dem Zauber dieser einzelnen Sterne, die – wenn es Christkind das will – Sie dann das ganze Jahr im Herzen begleiten und über Sie wachen werden – bis zum nächsten- Weihnachtsfeste.

Wir schmücken dam it einen ganz und gar völlig ungewöhnlichen Weihnachtsbaum und hoffen, dass ganz zum Schluss gar Sterne in Ihren Augen glänzen mögen. Musikalisch untermalen die Sternfeen Anne Görner (Sopran), Marie Giroux (Mezzosopran und Querflöte) und Jenny Schäuffelen (Klavier) diese Sternstunden mit lieblichen Weihnachtsklassikern aus aller Welt wie unter anderen Stille Nacht, den Sternen von Schubert aber auch Jingle Bells, Cantique de Noël oder der italienische Klassiker Tu scendi delle Stelle. Und mit diesen festlichen Klängen werden Sie – hoffentlich – dem Zauber der Sternen verfallen…

Agenda

Date Programm Time Venue
01.01.2020Neujahrsgala

Theater


Putbus
01.01.2020Neujahrsgala

Theater


Putbus
01.01.2020Neujahrsgala

Theater


Putbus
10.01.2020Pariser Flair

Schlösschen Borghees


Emmerich
11.01.2020Madame Piaf - Enttarnung einer Diva

Stadthalle


Goch
12.01.2020Pariser Flair

Winter Voices, Gut Holzhausen


Nieheim
18.01.2020Blessur d’amour

Centre Bagatelle


Berlin-Frohnau
19.01.2020Jazz and more

Schloss Friedrichsfelde


Berlin
24.01.2020Pariser Flair

Litschgikeller


Bad Krozingen
25.01.2020It's Showtime

Festhalle


Kahl am Main
26.01.2020It's Showtime

Zitadelle


Magdeburg
01.02.2020Pariser Flair

Kurtheater


Bad Salzuflen
14.02.2020Pariser Flair

Marstall


Neubrandenburg
15.02.2020Dinnershow Pariser Flair

Burghotel


Strausberg
16.02.2020Pariser Flair

Berner Schloss


Hamburg
16.02.2020Pariser Flair

Berner Schloss


Hamburg
17.02.2020Pariser Flair

Volksbühne


Kiel
22.02.2020Madame Piaf - Enttarnung einer Diva

Schulaula


Unterföhring
23.02.2020Pariser Flair

Kultur in dem Burg


Holzgerlingen
28.02.2020It's Showtime
Wardenburg
29.02.2020It's Showtime

Waisenstift


Varel
01.03.2020Pariser Flair

Altes Amtsgericht


Lübbecke
06.03.2020Die Goldene Zeit der UFA

Salzlandtheater


Staßfurt
08.03.2020It's Showtime

Theater Wedel


Wedel
11.03.2020Die Goldene Zeit der UFA

Münzhof


Langenargen
13.03.2020Pariser Flair

Kulturhaus Mühle


Oberteuringen
14.03.2020Pariser Flair

Café Moccafloor


Pfullendorf
27.03.2020Die schönsten Liebeserklärungen der Oper und Operette

Vonderau Museum, Kapelle


Fulda
17.04.2020Die Goldene Zeit der UFA

Herzogsburg


Dingolfing
26.04.2020Madame Piaf - Enttarnung einer Diva

Stadttheater


Cuxhaven
02.05.2020Pariser Flair

Haus des Gastes


Ostseebad Wustrow
10.05.2020Wiener Blut

Schloss Schönfeld


Schönfeld
13.06.2020Blessur d’amour

Haus des Gastes


Ostseebad Wustrow
27.06.2020It's Showtime

Burg Holtzbrinck


Altena
03.07.2020Die Goldene Zeit der UFA

Kursaal


Weissenstadt
05.07.2020Gala-Programm Klassik

Stadttheater


Selb
25.07.2020Geschlossene Veranstaltung

Burg Bergerhausen


Köln
26.07.2020Pariser Flair

Kultursommer Open Air


Wolfenbüttel
01.08.2020Klassik - Geschlossene Veranstaltung

tbc


Wustrow
08.08.2020Madame Piaf

Haus des Gastes


Ostseebad Wustrow
21.08.2020It's Showtime

Schulaula


Mertingen
28.08.2020It‘s Showtime

Kurhaus


Bad Rothenfelde
04.09.2020Madame Piaf - Enttarnung einer Diva

Stadttheater


Hildburghausen
11.09.2020Operngala (mit Orchester)

Burg Storkow Open Air Bühne


Storkow (Mark)
13.09.2020Operngala (mit Orchester)

Schlossruine Freyenstein (Open Air)


Wittstock
16.09.2020It's Showtime

Kursaal / Haus am Kliff


Wenningstedt/Sylt
19.09.2020Voraufführung Femmes fatales

Haus des Gastes


Ostseebad Wustrow
26.09.2020Femmes Fatales PREMIERE

Centre Bagatelle


Berlin
26.09.2020Femmes Fatales PREMIERE

Centre Bagatelle


Berlin
27.09.2020Pariser Flair

Rittergut


Geseke
05.10.2020Die goldene Zeit der UFA

Oper


Kiel
10.10.2020Pariser Flair

Klangzeit


Naumburg
11.10.2020Madame Piaf

Teater Rosenthal


Selb
25.10.2020Dinnershow Pariser Flair

Burghotel


Strausberg
27.10.2020Pariser Flair19:30

Priesterkate


Büchen
29.10.2020It's Showtime20:00

Kulturzentrum Alte Wassermühle


Sankt Marien Friesoythe
30.10.2020Pariser Flair20:00

Bürgerhaus


Telgte
06.11.2020Pariser Flair19:00

Schloss Langburkersdorf


Neustadt in Sachsen
07.11.2020Pariser Flair19:00

Bürgerhaus


Herzberg
08.11.2020Femmes fatales20:00

Theater


Putbus
11.11.2020Pariser Flair20:00

Garnier Keller


Friedrichsdorf
12.11.2020It's Showtime20:00

Rheingauer Wein Bühne


Oestrich-Winkel
13.11.2020Pariser Flair19:30

Altenstädter Schloß


Pegnitz
14.11.2020It's Showtime20:00

Stadthalle


Frankenberg
15.11.2020Pariser Flair19:00

Kurhaus


Bad Schmiedeberg
19.11.2020Pariser Flair20:00

Bürgersaal


Oberkochen
20.11.2020Pariser Flair20:00

Zehntstadel Göttingen


Langenau
21.11.2020Die Goldene Zeit der UFA20:00

Kulturbahnhof


Aalen
27.11.2020Der Zauber der Sterne20:00

Hotel am Rathaus


Schönberg
28.11.2020Pariser Flair20:00

Bürgerhaus


Kelkheim
04.12.2020Der Zauber der Sterne19:30

Theater


Putbus
05.12.2020Der Zauber der Sterne20:00

Herzogsburg


Dingolfing
06.12.2020Der Zauber der Sterne19:00

Postsaal


Trostberg
11.12.2020Pariser Flair19:00

Kulturzentrum


Oldenburg i. Holstein
12.12.2020Der Zauber der Sterne17:00

Sankt Anna Kirche


Ranstadt
18.12.2020It's Showtime20:00

Kulturzentrum


Dassendorf
20.12.2020Dinnershow Weihnachtsprogramm Glanz der Sterne19:00

Burghotel


Strausberg
26.12.2020Der Zauber der Sterne17:00

Schafstall


Bad Essen
29.12.2020Klassik-Gala O Sole Mio20:00

Festspielhaus


Wittenberge
31.12.2020Silvestergala Klassik15:30

Theater


Putbus
31.12.2020Silvestergala Klassik19:30

Theater


Putbus
Date Programm Time Venue
01.01.2021Neujahrsgala11:00

Theater


Putbus
01.01.2021Neujahrsgala15:00

Theater


Putbus
01.01.2021Neujahrsgala19:30

Theater


Putbus
09.01.2021Neujahrskonzert20:00

Ehmken Hoff


Dörverden
14.01.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Vogtei Herrliberg


Herrliberg/Schweiz
15.01.2021Madame Piaf20:00

Festhalle


Albstadt
16.01.2021Madame Piaf20:00

Kurzentrum


Bad Buchau
22.01.2021Pariser Flair19:30

TV-Halle


Waldmünchen
06.02.2021Die goldene Zeit der UFA20:00

Kulturverein Schloß Poppendorf


Poppendorf, Österreich
12.02.2021Pariser Flair19:00

Schlosskirche


Altlandsberg
14.02.2021Blessur d’amour18:00

Marstall


Neubrandenburg
26.02.2021Blessur d’amour19:30

Festsaal des Gewerbemuseums


Spaichingen
27.02.2021Blessur d’amour20:00

Klosterkirche


Oberndorf
05.03.2021Pariser Flair19:30

Burg


Lüdinghausen
06.03.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Rathaus


Twistringen
11.03.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Haus Eifgen


Wermelskirchen
12.03.2021Madame Piaf - Enttarnung einer Diva20:00

Theater Am Ziegelbrand


Menden
13.03.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Bürgerhaus


Anröchte
14.03.2021Madame Piaf17:00

Rathaus


Visbek
19.03.2021Pariser Flair19:00

Schloss Kromlau


Gablenz
20.03.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Aula


Grossröhrdorf
25.03.2021Blessur d’amour20:00

Schulaula


Hamburg-Eulenkamp
26.03.2021Die Goldene Zeit der UFA20:00

Rathausgalerie


Rellingen
28.03.2021It‘s Showtime17:00

Rathaus


Schöningen
10.04.2021It’s Showtime19:30

Salzlandtheater


Staßfurt
11.04.2021Wiener Blut16:00

Schloss Schönfeld


Schönfeld (Sachsen)
17.04.2021It‘s Showtime20:00

Rathaus


Geisenfeld
18.04.2021Wiener Blut17:00

Bürgersaal


Oederan
24.04.2021It’s Showtime20:00

Aula


Halver
07.05.2021It's Showtime20:00

Kulturfabrik


Vlotho
08.05.2021It's Showtime19:00

Rittersaal Welfenschloss


Hann. Münden
09.05.2021Blessur d’amour19:30

Dat Groode Hus


Winsen (Aller)
16.05.2021Die schönsten Liebeserklärungen der Oper und Operette18:00

Kapelle des Vonderau Museums


Fulda
21.05.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Kulturschmiede


Sassenburg
22.05.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Open air


Burg Apenburg
23.05.2021Madame Piaf20:00

Haus des Gastes


Ostseebad Wustrow
28.05.2021Die goldene Zeit der UFA20:00

Stadtaula


Billerbeck
29.05.2021Wiener Blut20:00

Lichtburg


Wetter (Ruhr)
04.06.2021Die goldene Zeit der UFA20:00

tbc


Altena
05.06.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Open Air


Alicante
11.06.2021Madame Piaf - Enttarnung einer Diva20:00

Espener Kulturtage - Wickehof


Espenau
12.06.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Kulturgut


Winkhausen
16.06.2021Die goldene Zeit der UFA20:00

tbc


Langenargen
17.06.2021It‘s Showtime20:00

Kultur|o


Owingen
18.06.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Kulturhaus Mühle


Oberteuringen
20.06.2021Pariser Flair17:00

Waldkulturscheune


Villingen-Schwenningen
21.06.2021Madame Piaf20:00

Maingauhalle


Kleinostheim
25.06.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Seelandhalle


Otterndorf
30.06.2021Die goldene Zeit der UFA20:00

Haus des Gastes


Ostseebad Wustrow
07.08.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Pumpwerk


Wilhelmshaven
14.08.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Haus des Gastes


Ostseebad Wustrow
22.08.2021It’s Showtime19:00

tbc


Ellwangen
03.09.2021Madame Piaf - Enttarnung einer Diva20:00

Alte Schule


Espelkamp
05.09.2021Geschlossene Veranstaltung18:00

Reinbeker Schloss


Reinbek
17.09.2021Blessur d’amour20:00

Stefanus Kirche


Kiel
18.09.2021Blessur d’amour19:00

Haus des Gastes


Ostseebad Wustrow
25.09.2021Die goldene Zeit der UFA20:00

Goldener Löwe


Wandlitz
03.10.2021Pariser Flair19:00

Gasthof Röttgen


Neunkirchen-Seelscheid
08.10.2021It’s Showtime20:00

Amtshof


Burgwedel
10.10.2021Femmes Fatales20:00

Bürgerhaus


München-Unterschleissheim
16.10.2021Pariser Flair20:00

Prinz-Max-Saal


Salem
21.10.2021Blessur d’amour20:00

Rathaus


Georgsmarienhütte
23.10.2021Jubiläums-Konzert17:00

Apostel Paulus Kirche


Berlin - Hermsdorf
30.10.2021It‘s Showtime19:30

Orangerie


Oranienburg
31.10.2021Femmes Fatales19:00

Haus des Gastes


Ostseebad Wustrow
19.11.2021It’s Showtime19:30

Burg


Lüdinghausen
20.11.2021It’s Showtime20:00

Stadthalle


Eltmann
27.11.2021Der Zauber der Sterne20:00

Schloss Agathenburg


Agathenburg
28.11.2021Der Zauber der Sterne15:00

Konzerthalle


Bad Freienwalde
10.12.2021Der Zauber der Sterne20:15

Kursaal


Wenningstedt/Sylt
18.12.2021Der Zauber der Sterne20:00

Bürgerhaus


Zeppelinheim
31.12.2021Silvestergala15:30

Theater


Putbus
31.12.2021Silvestergala19:30

Theater


Putbus
Date Programm Time Venue
13.02.2022Blessur d’amour17:00

Stiftskeller


Beutelsbach
12.03.2022Femmes Fatales20:00

Comödienhaus


Bad Liebenstein
21.05.2022Femmes Fatales19:30

Theater Rosenthal


Selb

References

  • Comödienhaus Bad Liebenstein
  • Kurtheater Bad Salzuflen
  • BUGA Berlin
  • Französischer Dom Berlin
  • Schloss Friedrichsfelde Berlin
  • Theaterlabor Bielefeld
  • Empore Buchholz
  • Staatstheater Cottbus
  • Gerhard-Hauptmann-Theater Görlitz
  • Theater an der Wilhelmshöhe Lingen
  • Grüne Zitadelle Magdeburg
  • Volksbühne Osnabrück
  • Theater Putbus (Rügen)
  • Volkstheater Rostock
  • Rosenthal-Theater Selb
  • Salzlandtheater Staßfurt
  • Theater Wittenberg
  • u.v.m.

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