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  • First Day Mönchenholzhausen
    the main venue and the centre of the festival which is the village pub and restaurant Mario was busy cooking and Annette doing different chores from office work to fetching things or bringing something They have been the right hand for Bob s idea to bring an art festival into their village After lunch the artists were shown to their new homes 3 double rooms in the village guest house were sponsored A further family took in Robert another Bob another yet again the inseperable Patrick and Bekir the festival commitee s photographer Jürgen took in Judith and Antonio and Christian and Sandra took in Grzegorz After that the band took a trip into Erfurt while the theater prepared for their performance Grzegorz was in the church with his zithers and preparing his performance just before the theatre Pani Drewniok from Poland is a painter and graphist She has been here in the village for a week already with an exhibition in the main venue Bob met her in Poland through her son Adam the bass player in a band Bob has often toured with Carrantuohill Bekir and Patrick are exhibiting in the fire brigades house and the contrast in art is just amazing and wonderful to see Patrick thought up some spontaneous installation work adding to his rather illustrious works he made extra for the tour The theater group wanted to set up outside and so there was a make shift forum made for them that actually looked great when all hands had finished helping Philippe Peter the other inseperable couple Miguel Ingo Bob Jonathan Bekir Patrick and many other of the festival team from Mönchenholzhausen Bob and Patrick set about transfering data again and soon after Grzegorz s concert began in the church From the artists Bob Bekir

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  • Second Day Mönchenholzhausen
    female director Anegrit who spend their free time working on songs and bringing joy to others In the meantime the workshops in Irish dancing and painting had begun Robert had a few adults who are a part of an Irish dance group in Dresden and they did a complete workout Bekir and Patrick had a whole group of children who thoroughly took pleasure in transforming the bus stop shelter into a work of art They created the image of the Culture Trail logo with the shape of Europe and big stars where the festivals are taking place The exhibition in the building of the fire brigade was beginning to become an attraction thanks to the clowns who had set up their spot right next to the door to the exhibition room In the afternoon a tent next to the pub became an attraction and after a further church concert with Klara and Bettina with medieval music on harps and lute horn whistle and dulcimer everyone met at the tent for home made cakes and coffee The village ladies had baked such delicacies which was accompanied by Lady Sou and the Swinging Banjoman music for an outdoor enjoyment all round The afternoon program was completed with a group of five young people from Jena who all had their own literature pieces to put forward An inter active literature event that caught not only the attraction of many but gave them all a new feeling toward the written and spoken word The evening was then opened by Bob Bales and his Unbelievable World Music Orchestra Philippe from France Peter from Germany Ingo and Miguel from Spain and Jonathan from the Netherlands The music is a mix of European rhythms with free solo parts intermingling with harmonic patterns which build the structures of

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  • Second Day Mönchenholzhausen
    their female director Anegrit who spend their free time working on songs and bringing joy to others In the meantime the workshops in Irish dancing and painting had begun Robert had a few adults who are a part of an Irish dance group in Dresden and they did a complete workout Bekir and Patrick had a whole group of children who thoroughly took pleasure in transforming the bus stop shelter into a work of art They created the image of the Culture Trail logo with the shape of Europe and big stars where the festivals are taking place The exhibition in the building of the fire brigade was beginning to become an attraction thanks to the clowns who had set up their spot right next to the door to the exhibition room In the afternoon a tent next to the pub became an attraction and after a further church concert with Klara and Bettina with medieval music on harps and lute horn whistle and dulcimer everyone met at the tent for home made cakes and coffee The village ladies had baked such delicacies which was accompanied by Lady Sou and the Swinging Banjoman music for an outdoor enjoyment all round The afternoon program was completed with a group of five young people from Jena who all had their own literature pieces to put forward An inter active literature event that caught not only the attraction of many but gave them all a new feeling toward the written and spoken word The evening was then opened by Bob Bales and his Unbelievable World Music Orchestra Philippe from France Peter from Germany Ingo and Miguel from Spain and Jonathan from the Netherlands The music is a mix of European rhythms with free solo parts intermingling with harmonic patterns which build the structures

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  • Towards Weimar
    teasing We enjoyed the relaxation of the morning and then set to packing the equipment exhibitions and luggage back into the vans and trailer The time was flying now as we helped to get the pub back to its normal state getting the stage out the floors cleaned and then all the furniture back in from the barn over the road Then it was lunch with Thuringia sausage and fried potatoes A coffe and a cake to polish it off and then we all went to the church for one final concert Natalia and Libor played Barock music from Spain Germany and Italy and their pure sounds from mandoline and classic guitar neede no technical support The church was full and at the end Bob and the priest said a few words to all who had gathered together to send off the Culture Trail We set off to Weimar arriving there at around 5 30 pm Uwe our host in the railway museum cooked noodles and a nice sauce for the evening meal and most of us went to bed very early We had now reached the half way mark on the trail and it was time for many to

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  • Towards Weimar
    the teasing We enjoyed the relaxation of the morning and then set to packing the equipment exhibitions and luggage back into the vans and trailer The time was flying now as we helped to get the pub back to its normal state getting the stage out the floors cleaned and then all the furniture back in from the barn over the road Then it was lunch with Thuringia sausage and fried potatoes A coffe and a cake to polish it off and then we all went to the church for one final concert Natalia and Libor played Barock music from Spain Germany and Italy and their pure sounds from mandoline and classic guitar neede no technical support The church was full and at the end Bob and the priest said a few words to all who had gathered together to send off the Culture Trail We set off to Weimar arriving there at around 5 30 pm Uwe our host in the railway museum cooked noodles and a nice sauce for the evening meal and most of us went to bed very early We had now reached the half way mark on the trail and it was time for many

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  • Weimar, First day
    to the local radio station Radio Lotte and also walked in with the whole team on the Culture Trail They had been pre warned and were expecting us They were also more than kind and made sure we would get a fifteen minute air space just after noon Bob and Patrick were the discussion partners for the interviewer and then Ingo Peter and Bob played and sang a song whilst Robert danced with his hard shoes the rhythm and Patrick filmed the whole show The radio people really liked it and we were also very happy for their support In the meantime Ingo Jonathan Philippe and Miguel had gone along to the music school and Judith Thomas Antonio and Bekir payed a visit to the art university the Bauhaus one everybody knows about They put up posters and flyers there and we all met at 1 pm to get back to the museum The afternoon was spent with creating new ideas rehearsing and discussing points about the trail The evening drew near and then Antonio Judith and Thomas were back in the lime light They performed for a small but content audience with a lot of the Railway Museum team

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  • Weimar, First day
    went to the local radio station Radio Lotte and also walked in with the whole team on the Culture Trail They had been pre warned and were expecting us They were also more than kind and made sure we would get a fifteen minute air space just after noon Bob and Patrick were the discussion partners for the interviewer and then Ingo Peter and Bob played and sang a song whilst Robert danced with his hard shoes the rhythm and Patrick filmed the whole show The radio people really liked it and we were also very happy for their support In the meantime Ingo Jonathan Philippe and Miguel had gone along to the music school and Judith Thomas Antonio and Bekir payed a visit to the art university the Bauhaus one everybody knows about They put up posters and flyers there and we all met at 1 pm to get back to the museum The afternoon was spent with creating new ideas rehearsing and discussing points about the trail The evening drew near and then Antonio Judith and Thomas were back in the lime light They performed for a small but content audience with a lot of the Railway Museum

    Original URL path: http://www.europeanhouseofarts.org/jo/index.php?view=article&catid=73%3Ajournal&id=158%3Aweimar-first-day&tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=163&lang=es (2016-02-16)
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  • Weimar, Second day
    silent masses who watched the inmates go to the death camp this can happen again if we do not learn from the facts of deceiving politics and mass ignorance to which none of us are immune today The afternoon began with a band rehearsal and the collecting of a local Belarus Ukrainian dance and music group from Jena Twenty one children and adults performed then in the railway museum amidst the locomotives of the past Children danced disco hip hop and traditional dances from their parents home lands The adults sang in a choir to the melody of an enchanting accordion masterly played and accompanied by traditional wooden spoons for percussive effects Kalinka echoes today in our ears The Weimarer group from Stellwerk Theater performed open air The turntable for locomotives was the set for the social theatre group which was a cry for more understanding of the youths dilemma today Parental expectations projected into young minds torment and cause depressive aggressive children When will they ever learn when will they ever learn A late coming troop of children from a Bavarian school on a school outing were nevertheless invited in to see the exhibitions and Uwe the railway museums

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