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Hermannstadt Hans Bruno Fröhlich, parish priest of the Evangelical parish A.B. Sighisoara / Sighisoara preaches Sunday evening, October 27, at 6 p.m. in German during the Reformation festival service in the Evangelical Lutheran Church, mostly in Hungarian, the language of preaching, Klausenburg / Kolozsvár / Cluj-Napoca. The ensemble Flauto Dolce is the musical partner of the event in the church on the boulevard of December 21, on the corner of Hauptplatz and Piaţa Unirii. The festival service is also the beginning of the days of the German minority in Cluj, to which the local branch of the Democratic Forum of the Germans in Romania (DFDR) invites. Monday, October 28th, at 7 p.m. in the organ hall of the Gheorghe-Dima Music Academy, Amalia Goje will play a concert on the two-manual and stylistically versatile instrument by Samuel Joseph Maetz (1760-1826), which was located in 1992 in the Halvelagen Evangelical Church / Holdvilág / Hoghilag dismantled, restored up to and including 1994 by the Mitteldeutsche Orgelbauanstalt Voigt Bad Liebenwerda, refurbished in 2009 by the workshop COT Honigberg / Szászhermány / Hărman and re-intoned, and the sound pattern of the Gheorghe-Dima Music Academy in Klausenburg has had a decisive influence on the sound for 25 years. Amalia Goje completed her training in 2008 at the organ class of the same training center, which was re-founded in 1990 and supervised by Ursula Philippi until 2015, currently teaches organ students and plays works by Johannes Caioni, Georg Muffat, Johann Sebastian Bach and Robert Schumann on Monday evening. Following the organ concert, the CD A New Chance for an Old Organ, recorded by lecturer Erich Türk on the two-hundred-year-old Maetz instrument, will be presented at a champagne reception. The following Tuesday, October 29, at 5 p.m. at 8 Memorandului Street, a double lecture by Dr. Hans Peter Türk (born 1940) and Dr. Boldizsár-Tamás Csiky (born 1937), who ties in with the biography of musicologist and conductor Erich Bergel (1930-1998). Erich Bergel, brother of the five-year-old writer Hans Bergel, had felt the high back pressure of the communist regime including imprisonment in prison at the beginning of his musical career, but despite hostility rose fulminantly to an orchestra teacher who was equally respected in Cluj-Napoca as in Bucharest. For fear of being arrested again, Erich Bergel fled to the Federal Republic of Germany at Christmas 1972, whereupon he made a career on all the major concert stages in the world. In the memory of contemporary witnesses, Erich Bergel is a polarizing personality. His unmistakable skill at the conductor's desk earned him the envy of colleagues who declared him an enemy of the country after leaving the highest position of the communist leadership, which is why he was only able to travel to Romania again after 1990. Hans Peter Türk and Boldizsár-Tamás Csiky will present the book Erich Bergel -Cronologia concertelor and introduce Erich Bergel's concert life in the poster exhibition. Open discussions and a standing buffet round off the days of the German minority in Cluj 2019. Admission to all partial events is free.
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