Der Dichter Liebe

- a lyrical dialogue by Heinrich Heine and Leah Maria Huber based on Robert Schumann 

In "The Poet's Love" Leah Maria Huber, David Kerber and Miriam Reinstadler present a new conception of the poet's love by Heinrich Heine based on Robert Schumann.

The evening is a dialogue of lovers: she speaks, he sings.

The spoken texts are all penned by Leah Maria Huber. Together with David Kerber and Miriam Reinstadler, a piece was created which independently and newly reveals the unmistakable situation to the listener at the suspense of the poet's love, that it is not only the poet's, but - "The poet's love".

Leah Maria Huber

The young writer creates the basis for the female part of the dialogue: "Der Dichter Liebe". All added texts are from her pen.

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David Kerber

The young tenor forms the male part of the dialogue: "The poet LIebe". Due to the original version of Schumann's Dichterliebe, this will be the vocal part of the evening. 

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Miriam Reinstadler

The young conductor will spread the emotional soundscape of the conversation partners. This will contain both the well-known Schumann compositions as well as new lament blocks.

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