Kölner Gesellschaft für Alte Musik e. V.
Thomas Höft, Geschäftsführer
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Pursuant to section 7, para. 1 of the TMG (Telemediengesetz – Tele Media Act by German law), we as service providers are liable for our own content on these pages in accordance with general laws. However, pursuant to sections 8 to 10 of the TMG, we as service providers are not under obligation to monitor external information provided or stored on our website. Obligations for the removal or barring of the use of information in accordance with legal regulations remain unaffected. Any liability concerning this matter can only be assumed from the point in time at which the infringement becomes known to us. Once we have become aware of a specific infringement of the law, we will immediately remove the content in question.
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Data Protection Declaration for the Use of Facebook Plugins (Like-Button)
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Data Protection Declaration for the use of Google +1
Collection and disclosure of information:
The Google +1 button is a way for you to share information publicly with the world. The Google +1 button helps you and others to receive personalised content from Google and its partners. The fact that you +1’d something will be recorded by Google, along with information about the page you were viewing when you clicked on the +1 button. Your +1’s may appear to others as an annotation with your profile name and photo in Google services such as in search results or on your Google Profile or elsewhere on websites and ads on the Internet. Google will record information about your +1 activity in order to provide you and other users with a better experience on Google services. In order to use the Google +1 button, you need to have a public Google Profile visible to the world, which at a minimum includes the name you chose for the profile. That name will be used across Google services and in some cases it may replace another name you’ve used when sharing content under your Google Account. Google may display your Google Profile identity to people who have your email address or other identifying information.
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Data Protection Declaration for Using Twitter
Functions of the Twitter service are integrated on our pages. These functions are offered by Twitter Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA. By using Twitter and the "Re-Tweet" function, the websites you visit are linked to your Twitter account and made known to other users. In the process, data is also transmitted to Twitter. Please note that, as the providers of the pages, we are not made aware of the content of the data transmitted or how it is used by Twitter. You can find further information on this in Twitter's data protection declaration at http://twitter.com/privacy.
You can alter your data protection settings in the account-settings at Twitter at http://twitter.com/account/settings.
Alte Musik und zeitgenössische Klangkunst im Kulturbunker Ehrenfeld
6.700 Besucher beim Kölner Fest für Alte Musik
Drei junge Studentinnen der TU Dortmund bereichern das Festival mit ihrem frischen Blick auf die Konzerte.
Die beiden Ensembles „Musica Fiata“ und „Capella Ducale“ eröffnen unter der Leitung von Roland Wilson das KÖLNER FEST FÜR ALTE MUSIK. Mit der „Missa“ von Johann Rosenmüller präsentieren sie ein Werk, in dem italienische und deutsche Kompositionsweisen vereint sind.
„Klagt, Kinder, klagt es aller Welt“ ist eine verschollene Trauerkantate von Johann Sebastian Bach. Sie ist für Bachs früheren Dienstherren Fürst Leopold von Anhalt-Köthen komponiert. Der Kammerchor des Bach-Vereins Köln führt sie zusammen mit dem Ensemble „Concerto con Anima“ unter Thomas Neuhoff in der Trinitatiskirche auf. Ein Abend voll berührend schlichter Musik!
Bei diesem Konzert geht es ums Ganze oder vielmehr um den riesigen Bogen: Michael Niesemann, sein Sohn Pablo Giw und der Pianist Philip Zoubek schlagen ihn gemeinsam von der Barockoboe über viele Jahrhunderte hinweg bis zum Saxofon. Sie spielen freie Improvisationen in der Friedenskirche in Köln-Mülheim.