The Goethe-Zentrum / German Cultural Center Atlanta proudly presents the 2012 Fundraising Concert:
Berlin, mon amour is a tribute to 1920s and 30s Germany featuring songs of the Weimar Berlin Period, Degenerate Music, as well as chansons of Marlene Dietrich's movie era. Adrianne Haan is a multilingual singer able to deliver tunes in German, French, Yiddish, and most happily, in English.
"This lady is what cabaret is (or ought to be) about, and in any city that she appears her show should be mandatory viewing for the serious (or even casual) aficionado."
(Review of Adriennes Show, New York 2010)
"A pretty and sexy blonde, Adrienne evidences strong acting abilities and an expressiveness that keep her face vibrant as she plays with her audience in a way that says, were having fun! While her show is absolutely contemporary, she is easily able, with a madcap style, to conjure up the entertainment styles of the past, in German cabarets, music halls, and even vaudeville houses."
(Review of Adriennes Show, New York 2009)
Doors open 7:30 pm
The Fabulous Fox Theatre, Atlanta
Egyptian Ball Room
German-American Cultural Foundation
Concert only: $40 Regular Admisison ($30 for Goethe members and Students)
VIP Tickets $100 ($80 for Goethe members; Concert and Post-Show Meet-and-Greet, preferred seating, gift bag)
To purchase your tickets, please contact:
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Sponsors (as of February 29):
Mr. Thurmond Smithgall The Halle Foundation Spurlock and Assoc. IFF Inc. Dr. Eike & Irmela Jordan Mr. Nigel Richardson Mrs. Augusta Stewart Alliance Francaise dAtlanta
Dankeschön to all those who donated to this event during Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta's end-of-year campaign:
Dr. Bruce S. Allen, Christiane Box, George Brinson, William E. Bannister, Dr. Clare Dykewicz (in honor of Ingrid Kr)