The audience is still hesitant

Summer is almost over, the curtain rises for the autumn season and spring is awakening again on most stages: cultural life is blooming and sprouting and although the view of winter is not unclouded in view of the pandemic shadow, the anticipation is great. In addition to Corona, the hesitant response from the audience is still a concern in some places.

At the Kulturforum Planegg , after a mixed subscription sale during the summer, one hopes for a final momentum before the Hamburg wind quintet opens the season in the Kupferhaus on September 23rd. “We’re starting the new season at full steam, with a lot of vigor and in good spirits,” explains Sabine Schopp from the Kulturforum. When it comes to selling the two subscription series, however, there is room for improvement: “We want to boost that even further.” It’s about the theater series with Molière’s comedy “The Pranks of Scapin” (October 14), a play about the gameman “Jennerwein” (December 10), the breathtaking rise and fall of the “Lehman Brothers” (January 28) and ‘The Winter’s Tale’ (March 18) by William Shakespeare. The price is 90 euros for all four performances. For the young audience there is the youth subscription (up to 18 years) for 36 euros.

A concert subscription is also offered: In addition to the performance of the Hamburg wind quintet, it includes performances with Ulf Schneider (violin) and pianist Jan Philip Schulze (November 18), “Elbtonal Percussion” (January 27), Claudio Bohórquez (cello) and pianist Péter Nagy (March 3) and the recorder virtuoso Stefan Temmingh including his baroque ensemble “The Gentleman’s Band” (April 28). The subscription price for the five concerts is 95 euros for adults, 35 euros for young people and 10 euros for children up to 14 years of age. For both series, the subscription sale takes place exclusively in the Planegg town hall. Written orders are also possible. The order form is available at: .

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