Pianist Dieter Schumann
High-class … of your festivities with piano music
Dieter Schumann has been performing as a pianist fo30 years in hotels, for weddings, at company parties and at birthdays.
- Classical Cabinet pieces
- Evergreens and oldies
- Rock- and pop songs
- Romantic piano music la Clayderman
- Wiener palm court music
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Dieter Schuman received his diploma as a music educator with a special degree in piano methods.
He was a teacher at the Musikgymnasium Belvedere and the Franz-Liszt-Hochschule in Weimar. The piano lessons are given on a Grotrian Steinweg- Organ (or Yamaha- Keyboard) in a room at the Pergamentergasse 37 in Erfurt and are open to all age groups.
Music of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
The ensemble "Erfurter Camerata" was founded in 1983 by Dieter Schumann. The name is inspired by the 16th century "Florentiner Camerata", a circle in the house of Count Bardi. This is where the first musicians of the city met to revive the ancient world.
The "Erfurter Camerata"s mission is to rediscover the cheerfulness of the music of castles and manor houses. The manifold of instruments and the costumes support the ambition of the ensemble members for a lively performance
Music & language
From angels singing to hell blazing
An entertaining dispute between Martin Luther and his innkeeper Barbara. Martin Luthers stint as a student is shown in an entertaining way by Dieter Schumann (Martin Luther) and Bärbel Macamo (Wirtin Barbara).
Included in this program are songs that praise god (angels singing) as well as songs that are sung in inns and taverns (hell blazing). This period’s music is shown by use of various instruments like hurdy-gurdy, shalm, psaltery, bagpipe, crumhorn and more.
After the reconstruction has been completed in summer 2012 at the earliest, small concerts will take place in the Pergamentergasse 37. You can find dates here once they are available.
Concerts or workshops with the Erfurter dancing guild
The first mentioned dance books, in which the masters collected their art with melodies, written descriptions and choreographies and often published them as textbooks, were created in Italy in the Quattrocento (15th century). This was done especially by Domenico da Piacenza and his students.
These were dances of the nobility, who were keen to stand out from movements of normal citizens. The typical „Balli“ have been shaped by different rhythmic components in music and dance and vocal Italian gestures.