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Schiller Institute Conference in Germany


November 2012

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Classical musical presentations opened various panels throughout the two days of the historic Schiller Institute Conference, “A New Paradigm for the Survival of Civilization”, and on Saturday evening, organizers presented this Musikabend, or “Musical Evening” to the great delight of all the conference attendees. The profound impact of the concert, and the urgency of understanding Schiller’s idea that the “Pathway to Freedom is Through Beauty” deepened the commitment of many, to not only stop the impending world war, but to join in creating the needed Renaissance.

Trio in D major Op. 58 for violin, viola and piano  by Ignaz Lachner   
Anika Telmányi Lylloff, Violin,    Benjamin Telmányi Lylloff, piano,    Kwame Cole, viola

“Va pensiero” from the Opera “Nabucco”  by Guiseppe Verdi      
Schiller Institute Chorus   Sergej Strid, Conductor      Benjamin Lylloff, piano

Selections from the Opera “Fidelio”  by Ludwig van Beethoven

Quartet: “Mir ist so wunderbar”      
Marzelline:  Patricia Prokop    
Leonore:    Portia Tarumbwa-Strid    
Rocco:      Stefan Tolksdorf    
Jaquino:    Daniel-Grasnenack-Tente
Accompanied by: Sergej Strid, Piano

“O welche Lust”
Schiller Institute Men’s Chorus
Accompanied by: Sergej Strid, Piano
Kai-Uwe Ducke, tenor
Andreas Weber, bass

Finale: “Wer ein holdes Weib errungen”
Schiller Institute Chorus
Sergej Strid, Conductor
Accompanied by: Anika Telmányi Lylloff, Violin,    Sergej Strid , Piano     Kwame Cole, Viola
Florestan:           Benjamin Telemányi Lyloff        
Leonore:            Portia Tarumbwa-Strid        
Marzelline:          Patricia Prokop         
Rocco:              Stefan Tolksdorf       
Jaquino:             Daniel-Grasnenack-Tente        
Don Fernando:  Karsten Werner