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A concert series in beautiful places of nature that features new artists in classical genres, and classical singers in new genres

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Concert in the Wild # 5

All facets of love

Our second concert in 2021 will take place on Saturday, May 29th at 5:00 p.m.

A garden in Westend-Charlottenburg, near Branitzer Platz, Ebereschenallee 15, 14050.

Concert CONCERT IN THE WILD # 5 “All facets of love” wonderful, classical arias and songs by the great masters, Wagner, Strauss, Mozart and Bizet. We ask for a donation to support the musicians. Pre-registration is recommended

Please come by to enjoy the music and company!

We decided on a concept with masks to preserve freedom of movement.

A test is not a prerequisite, but of course every negative test and vaccination increases the safety of all of us.

Wir bedanken uns ganz herzlich bei André Wagenzik für die fantastischen Fotos

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Jennifer Arnold


A graduate student at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City with a Masters degree in Music, she received the Birgit Nilsson Award Scholarship, a full scholarship, for the duration of her Masters degree and had the privilege of working with Yo-Yo Ma at the Kennedy Center Library to appear for former President Bill Clinton.
In 2003 she was nominated alongside Anna Netrebko by the international opera magazine Opernwelt as Singer of the Year for her portrayal of Carmen under the direction of Johannes Felsenstein.

Sonja Isabel Reuter

Lyric soprano

Sonja Isabel Reuter from Frankfurt am Main. Singing training at Dr. Hoch's Conservatory, the Hanns Eisler University of Music in Berlin.

Scholarship from the Bernt-Rohrer
Foundation for “Outstanding Artistic Skills” award for young talent from the Richard Wagner Association in Leipzig and a 2020 finalist at
National singing competition.

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Richard Wiegold


Praised by Opera News for his "cavernous bass and palpable acting" and by Bachtrack for his "glorious stentoric voice", Richard Wiegold made his international debut at the Canadian Opera in 2008, where he sang Arkel Pelléas et Mélisande, what to one Careers in North and Central America, Europe and the Middle and Far East

Peter Furlong

Hero tenor

"A majestic tenor," is how Anthony Tommasini of the New York Times described the voice of Peter Furlong. Peter Furlong has performed on stages all over the world including Germany, Italy, Ireland, Scotland, Canada and the USA.

Peter is also as a concert singer with orchestras and as a recitalist in great demand with performances in Belgium, Italy and the US, including an all-Wagner concert with the Boston Wagner Society, the tenor solos in Verdi's Requiem, Beethoven To the Distant Beloved, and Mahler The Song of the Earth for both the Gustav Mahler Society of New York in 2018 and the Walker Lecture Series at Concord NH in 2019.


Darren Saady


In 2003 I moved to Germany for the first time, where I took piano and lied courses at the Trossingen University of Music. It was there that my interest in opera was sparked, which inspired me to work in the opera field after my return to Australia. Then I went back to the Conservatory of Music in Sydney, where I completed my studies in opera accompaniment with Stephen Mold in 2010 with another master's degree.

Concert in the Wild #5

Concert in the Wild #5

Concert in the Wild #5
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Concert in the Wild #5.0 Introduction

Concert in the Wild #5.0 Introduction

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Concert in the Wild #5.3 Höre mit sinn, Waltrautes Arie Götterdämmerung, Wagner

Concert in the Wild #5.3 Höre mit sinn, Waltrautes Arie Götterdämmerung, Wagner

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Concert in the Wild #5.4 Winterstürme, Wagner

Concert in the Wild #5.4 Winterstürme, Wagner

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Simon Olley

Exhibiting artist

Simon Olley works with found visuals - often from books or the internet - to produce collages and videos that are fragmented and repeated to create new surfaces and meanings.

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