Six days a week, from Tuesday to Sunday, our guests are welcome to enjoy live music concerts. Musicians arrive at the house at 6 p.m. and delight guests until 9 p.m.

 

TUESDAY 14.09
Egon Schönhertz will perform songs on themes that have inspired troubadours through the centuries – love, war, homesickness.
Together with Egon, Violetta Bogen plays medieval strings (vielle, nykelharpa, hurdy-gurdy) and drums.

 

WEDNESDAY 15.09
You can hear medieval instrumental songs performed by Violetta Bogen and Cadia Voxmund. Violetta virtuously plays several medieval string instruments: vielle, nyckelharpa and hurdy-gurdy.
Cadia plays both string instruments and wind instruments – in addition to regular flutes, also Estonian bagpipes and Indian bamboo flute bansuri.
Estonian, Scandinavian and Balkan folk will be also heard among medieval music.

 

THURSDAY 16.09
Olde Hansa will be filled with the greatest melodies from medieval times and tunes to dance to. Hildegard Goldhaar performs on recorders and drums and Violetta Bogen on medieval strings and drums.

 

FRIDAY 17.09
Egon Schönhertz will perform songs on themes that have inspired troubadours through the centuries – love, war, homesickness.
With Egon, Brigitta Pilweköndia plays the flutes and drums and Violetta Bogen plays the medieval strings and drums.

 

SATURDAY 18.09
In addition to medieval European music, you can also listen to Armenian and Irish music.
Marks Sonnenlieb plays the flutes, tin whistle and recorders; Violetta Bogen plays the medieval string instruments and Cadia Voxmund on various wind instruments and drums.

 

ON SUNDAY 19.09
Music from the early Middle Ages to the Renaissance in Europe.
Recorders played by Brigitta Pilweköndia and medieval string instruments Violetta Bogen