The historic landscape park Alt Rehse (Mecklenburg Lake District) will serve as a concert venue for the first time this Thursday. As the Mecklenburg-Western Pomeranian Festival announced on Tuesday, "Music from Kreisau" will be heard during a musical outing in the renovated thatched hall. The festival prize winner and artistic director of the Krzyżowa Music Viviane Hagner will play with other strings and a pianist who want to play pieces by the composers Franz Schubert and Antonin Dvořák.
The village of Alt Rehse with its 65-hectare park has an eventful history. It was built in 1935 as a model Nazi village with thatched brick half-timbered houses. Hundreds of doctors and nurses were trained there in the course of the Nazi racial policy during the Nazi era. The thatched hall used to be a training building.
After 1990, the Bundeswehr used the idyllic site. The federal government later sold the park and buildings to a businessman. Since 2016, the park area has been renovated at great expense by a businesswoman from Bavaria and serves as a hotel as well as for yoga and relaxation treatments.
Concert operator Park Alt Rehse