2020

01/27/2020 | Tehorah (טהורה)

Théâtre d'Esch, Luxembourg

In cooperation with MemoShoah Luxembourg, the Foundation of the Memory of the Shoah in Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Delegation of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), the Luxembourg Committee commemorating the Second World War, The National Museum of the Resistence in Luxembourg, The Auschwitz Committee Luxembourg, The Witnesses Of The Second Generation of Luxembourg, the Jewish Community in Esch/Alzette, the Theater in Esch/Alzette and the Municipality of Esch/Alzette.

Tehorah, which means "pure" in Hebrew, is a heartbreaking, promising musical story about war, loss, hope, love and forgiveness. The soirée contains German, Yiddish and Hebrew songs that were composed and written exclusively by Jewish composers and lyricists; but at the same time Tehorah is a historical-poetic portrait. First performed at Carnegie Hall in New York, the concert now commemorates the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau 75 years ago and sends out a message of hope for peace among the nations.

January 27 was proclaimed the International Day of Remembrance of the Holocaust Victims by the United Nations in 2005.

Under patronage of His Royal Highness, the Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg.

Adrienne Haan (Musical Direction and Script)

Benjamin Schaefer (piano)
Maurice Maurer (violin I)
Christoph König (violin II)
Albrecht Maurer (viola)
Tobias Sykora (cello)

Show time is 8 pm.

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02/08/2020 | Adrienne Haan sings Kurt Weill

Schauspielhaus Bergneustadt, Germany

In this soirée, Adrienne Haan focuses on the history of the works of Kurt Weill and brings to life his most beloved songs. She begins his story in Berlin during the 1920s and 30s with his famous works of the Weimar years; then on to the time he spent in exile in Paris highlighting some of his lesser known, but glorious French oeuvres. Haan’s witty and entertaining presentation also includes his 1940s American successes. This program is a musical voyage that portrays his songs in their original character and language, all featured in special arrangements crafted for her under the musical direction of Benjamin Schaefer.

Accompanied by a trio or sextet, depending how many sponsors are willing to donate money. For everyone who wants to become a sponsor for this event, please contact Axel Krieger: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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02/29/2020 | Tehorah (טהורה)

Jewish Cultural Days Chemnitz, Germany

Opening Concert!

Tehorah (טהורה)

Tehorah, which means "pure" in Hebrew, is a heartbreaking, promising musical story about war, loss, hope, love and forgiveness. The soirée contains songs from Jewish composers and lyricists, sung in German, Yiddish and Hebrew. At the same time, Tehorah is a historical-poetic portrait. First performed at Carnegie Hall in New York, this soirée sets a sign of hope for peace among the peoples.

With Benjamin Schaefer on the grand piano.

The concerts starts at 9 pm.

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03/01/2020 | Cabaret Français

Senftöpfchen, Cologne, Germany

Featuring classics by Edith Piaf, Charles Aznavour and Jacques Brel, and introducing lesser known works such as 1920s and 1930s French chansons by Kurt Weill and Walter Jurmann, Haan presents her uniquely crafted Cabaret Français, which also includes contemporary pop-jazz songs originally performed by Patricia Kaas and French Canadian singer Isabelle Boulay.

With Benjamin Schaefer on grand piano.

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08/27/2020 | Till The End Of Time

Stadtpark/Stadthalle, Olpe, Germany

A tribute to The Great American Songbook, Haan’s distinctive interpretations of these classics were arranged to compliment her unique stage presence and vocal prowess. Accompanied by Laia Genc on piano this energetic and lively production includes songs such as Adrienne’s special version of Blue Skies, a Sinatra Medley and her bossa nova rendition of All or Nothing At All.

With Benjamin Schaefer on piano, Julian Ritter on alto sax, flue and clarinet, Markus Braun on double bass and Ralf Gessler on drums.

The event is part of the "Olpe Culture Summer" and is free of charge to the public.

Registration a must due to Corona virus: +49/2761/831900, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

All hygiene measures a must.

The concert will take place at the Stadtpark and in bad weather in the Stadthalle.

Concert begins at 6.30 pm, admission is 5.30 pm.

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31/08/2020 | Rock Le Cabaret!

Alter Kursaal, Sylt Island, Germany

THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC

International chanteuse Adrienne Haan performs Rock Le Cabaret!, a modern rock opera featuring French chansons by Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Charles Aznavour and Kurt Weill.
Haan is known as one of Europe and America’s most electrifying cabaret stars touring around the world. The program features a five-piece rock band building a bridge between classical French cabaret and rock music. She fuses Brel with Metallica, Piaf with Van Halen, Aznavour with the Bee Gees and Weill with Andrew Lloyd Webber for a performance filled with her personal stories and history to help enhance an evening of cabaret for a new generation.
“Ms. Haan has such a clear expression of passion that makes her songs sound new and chart topping.”

The band features Benjamin Schaefer on piano, Ralf Gessler on drums, Martin Behr on electric guitar, Markus Braun on electronic bass and Julian Ritter on tenor sax and synth.

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09/17/2020 | Metropolis Berlin (featuring the Luxembourg Military Big Band)

Pantheon, Bonn, Germany

“An all-round entertainer of the highest calibre,” International chanteuse Adrienne Haan is one of Europe’s and America's most electrifying stars and will be featured in a Joseph Barry Production, Voluptuous Weimar-A Tribute to Berlin’s Golden Age.  Haan’s performance celebrates the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I and the beginning of the Weimar Republic with musical selections that characterize Berlin during the 1920’s and early 30’s as a time of change.  The program under the musical direction of  pianist Richard Danley includes Spoliansky’s, It’s All a Swindle, Hollaender’s Falling in Love Again, Berlin’s Puttin’ on the Ritz and Porter’s Night and Day. Ms. Haan will perform with the Luxembourg Military Big Band.

Haan captivates as she brings to life a Germany suffering from the aftermath of the First World War, with its Kaiser in exile, and beginning to experiment with a new form of government: the Weimar Republic is born and with it a nation longing for latitude. It’s Germany’s Golden Age, the dance on the volcano between the two World Wars, a time of creativity, art, music and culture, of Brecht and Weill’s Threepenny Opera, the making of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, the discovery of Marlene Dietrich starring as the naughty Lola in Joseph von Sternberg’s Blue Angel. It’s also the time of Josephine Baker and her Charleston music; and the great American swing and jazz that transformed Berlin and other large German cities. Haan re-lives this bodacious period combining all these genres taking you on an enchanting musical voyage through history.

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09/30/2020 | Tehorah (טהורה)

Württemberg Philharmonic Orchestra of Reutlingen, Germany

Adrienne is excited to debut her Carnegie Hall concert Tehorah accompanied by this philharmonic orchestra!

Tehorah, which means "pure" in Hebrew, is a heartbreaking, promising musical story about war, loss, hope, love and forgiveness. The soirée contains German, Yiddish and Hebrew songs that were composed and written exclusively by Jewish composers and lyricists; but at the same time Tehorah is a historical-poetic portrait. First performed at Carnegie Hall in New York, the concert now commemorates the 75th anniversary of the end of the Holocaust and sends out a message of hope for peace among the nations.

Adrienne Haan (Vocal, Script)

Heinz Walter Florin (MD)

Accompanied by the Württemberg Philharmonic Orchestra of Reutlingen.

Limited access, hygiene measures due to Corona virus a must.

A possible second concert is planned on October 2.

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