Without his catchy songs for Marlene Dietrich, “Der Blaue Engel” would have definitely not become a lasting, worldwide success. With his incredible Cabaret- chansons, Friedrich Hollaender has characterized the entertainment scene of Berlin during the golden twenties, like no other. He started his career 1934 in exile as a Hollywood music composer and returned to Berlin around 20 years later. Here he tried to continue his success, but in vain. The times had changed too much. Dr. Jürgen Schebera tells us about the life of Hollaender, accompanied by Alexandra Julius Frölich and Eva Maria Kölling (vocals) and Alexander Guttmann (piano).
A cooperation oft he Jewish Culture Days and Vertretung des Landes Sachsen-Anhalt beim Bund.