Friedrich the Great and his sister Wilhelmine
The most intimate relationship of the royal siblings were expressed through the secret letters they were writing each other. There we can find personal feelings and views, as well as the complaints about their irascible father, the king. Through these letters, we can know about them and the environment from a completey different perspective.
Experience unforgettable, historical moments, that nevertheless remain interesting today.
With the music for the king himself, his court composers Quantz, Teleman and C.P.E. Bach. Played period instruments, such as the Baroque violin and, of course, the baroque flute.
Dafne-Maria Fiedler – Actress
Dafne-Maria Fiedler, born in Lübeck, studied Theater studies in Berlin, before she could take part in the Fetengagement. Since 2002, she has been a freelance actress in Berlin, working with different companies such as as the Berlin Shakespeare Company.
She has also made numerous play readings, as well as moderated at film festivals or evening events. She has also been working as a theater coach for children since 2007, and is now also writing and producing her own works, such as “Lola and Pola” or “Nächtliche Liebschaften”. One of her favourite interests has always been the combination of Music and Literature, with her main work partner in this area being Anna Barbara Kastelewicz.
Sylke Hannasky – Actress
She later took part in many theater performances in Hannover, Erlangen, Sommerhausen, Nürnberg and Berlin
As of 2003, she bceme a freelance actress for theater and TV, as well as a director and theater coach.
In 2005, she decided to put a greater emphasis on theater work with young children and teenagers, with instutions such as dm-drogeriemarkt, alnatura, budnikowsky etc. Here she stages several shows for and with young people.
In 2010 she also took over the Sheakespeare Kinder, and the Jugendclub Shakespeare Company Berlin e.V., in which she adapted and directed 3 Shekespeare Classics.
In 2009, she toook part in the manic “The Christmas story, or how it really was”. There followed a Clara Schuhmann evening “Clara – a CV” (2010), “Like in the film” a play about the theater of yearning (2012). In doing so, she took over the co-direction, and played a role in it too.
Other works she’s directed are, for example, “Nächtliche Liebschaften” – Operetta (2013) and “So oder So” (2014)
She has also directed a new project “Carmen” – a modern singing game for Bizet / Mérimée arranged for two accordions, which premiered in January 2015 in Berlin.
Anna Barbara Kastelewicz – Baroque Violin
Anna Barbara Kastelewicz performs on the modern violin with modern 20th and 21st century works and performs baroque pieces on the Baroque violin.
In her violin-piano duo, she is mainly devoted to a classical and romantic repertoire, with a preference for French sonatas and pieces from around 1900.
She plays as a Solo violinist in Musicals and Salon-Music Ensembles, with a “Roaring 20’s” program.
In her projects, she likes to combine the various arts in the performances. Between 2007 and 2014, she was the artistic director of the annual “Musikfestival Lüneburger Heide”.
Matthias Kiesling – Flute
The flutist Mathias Kiesling lives in Leipzig and travels the world with ensembles such as the Lautten Compagney Berlin, The New Orchestra, Cologne, and others. He plays music from more than three centuries and is the founder of the ensemble “Soli Deo Gloria”. He also conducts research in the field of alternative sound recording and playback systems.