Music: First festival concert in the historical park Alt Rehse

The historic landscape park Alt Rehse (Mecklenburg Lake District) will serve as a concert venue for the first time this Thursday.

Music: First festival concert in the historical park Alt Rehse

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 1945 there was only a children's reception camp here. Then the National People's Army (NVA) of the GDR used the cordoned-off park, where bunkers were also built. The names had to be hidden on the half-timbered houses in the village, because the names of the Nazi Gau areas at that time were written in the beams with "House Mecklenburg" or "House Saxony".

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

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