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“How wonderful it is to collect enough means for a great cause!” Johann Wolfgang Goethe

Chairwoman
PROF. MYRIAM EICHBERGER

VITA STATEMENT


Vice-Chairman
DR. JUR. KLAUS BÜTTNER


Treasurer
DR. ULF KÖHLER



Committee Members
PROF. BERNHARD KLAPPROTT BERND MENDE


When I arrived in Weimar as a young professor in 1995, I was astounded: I had not been concretely aware that Bach actually lived and worked here for ten long years! Even on my very “music specific” map, Weimar was quasi a terra incognita …

This becomes partly understandable in the light of the amply presented and maintained “Prominent Artists” in this little town. However, Bach’s side-line existence in Weimar, being perhaps the world’s most famous artist is unjust and ultimately incomprehensible. Moreover: it prompts an initiative – one may not accept the omission of a memorial site as an “identification place” for Bach without objection. 

Bach’s disreputable farewell from Weimar can no longer hide the fact that immortal music was created here on many unforgettable occasions, and that two world-famous composers were also born here. Is perhaps some of the “stormy atmosphere” of these years reflected in the music that was created here? Where else did Bach compose in a more experimental and modern way than he did in Weimar?

I am engaged for a Bach House in Weimar so that a unique, sensible and magical Bach site will evolve: for the many Bach fans from throughout the world who can only pilgrim to a parking lot nowadays (which they actually do!), for the wonderful culture and music city of Weimar, and finally for Bach himself, to whom our world owes very much. To know that here, right here, is where Bach composed, loved, dined, drank, and in short: lived, is something completely unique for me. To put it briefly: everything can be reproduced. Except authenticity. 

That is why I am convinced: the engagement of “Bach in Weimar” e.V. is urgently necessary, but not the ultimate key to success for this project. In the end it will be the universal power and spirituality of Bach’s music, still omnipresent today, that will create this place.