Freiburg-Madison-Gesellschaft e.V.

 

Looking back into 2020

 

Our Program in 2021

 

German

 

 

 

The program of the Freiburg-Madison-Gesellschaft presented must be regarded as provisional, since no one knows how the Corona pandemic will develop.  

 

 

Cancelled

June 9/10

 

 

Emigration
The Sound of Freedom

 

 

In the 19th century, many people from Baden emigrated from their homeland to the USA - also to Wisconsin in the area of today's sister cty Madison. One reason was the mass poverty in Baden Often emigrants from the old homeland could only take their familiar songs full of longing and hope with them.  

 

A second group of emigrants were "Forty-Eighters" - participants of the Baden Revolution of 1848/49 - who wanted to establish a German republic. Persecuted as "high traitors" after their failure many fled to the USA. There they had to start a new and often insecure life as immigrants.  

 

Both groups are in the focus of the performance.  

 

- Students of the macromedia university have transformed the song lyrics of the emigrants into contemporary forms - from rock to rap and ballads  

 

- and the students of the advanced history course at the Berthold-Gymnasium have evaluated the collection of letters of the Freiburg revolutionary Andreas Rübelmann, who died exactly 120 years ago in the USA as a rich farmer. They transformed those letters into biographical scenes. This "Andrew Rubelman" still had correspondence with his family in Denzlingen for almost 70 years. By a lucky coincidence, the City Archive in Freiburg came into possession of this valuable collection and made it available to us.  

 

 - As the third participant in the project, the Berthold-Gymnasium's "Fine Arts" course establishes a link to immigrants to Freiburg today - a colorful city with a 900-year anniversary: "New Freiburgers" will be visible in words and pictures before and during the performance in artistic portraits and will visually connect with the "old" Baden emigrants such as Carl Schurz, Friedrich Hecker, Carl von Rotteck junior and Andreas Rübelmann  

 

Première at the Wodan Hall, Leo-Wohleb-Straße 4, at 8 p.m.
More performances on June 10 at 5 and 8 p.m

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 4

 

 

 The Annual 4th of July Party

 

is overbooked

 

Together with the Freiburg-Madison-Gesellschaft e.V., Academic Year in Freiburg, Centre Culturel Français, Goethe-Institut Freiburg, Konfuzius-Institut an der Universität Freiburg, Zwetajewa Zentrum Freiburg.

 

 

 

 

 

Cancelled

July 10

 

 

Partnership Market 2020

 

Instead of an international partnership market, Freiburg's sister city associations will present themselves in the familiar tents at the Rathausmarkt to the public.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 8

 

 

Guided tour in English for the students of the
Academic Year in Freiburg (AYF). Guests are welcome.

 

Historic Places in Freiburg

 

 

AYF studentson histic tour 2021 ©US

 

Meeting place at the Bertold-Schwarz-Brunnen on Rathausplatz at 10 a.m.

 

NB: For indoor visits the wearing of a certified mask is required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 15

 

 

Reception for the Students of the
Academic Year (AYF) in Freiburg 2020/2021

 

n At the terrasse of the Greiffenegg-Schlössle during the reception 2019

 

at the Greiffenegg-Schlössle at 6 p.m.

 

N.B.: When attending the event 3G applies: geimpft (vaccinated), genesen (recovered),,
or getestet (testet).

 

 

 

 

October 3

 

 

Hiking Tour with our American Students
to the Feldberg on German Unity Day
and snacks at the Kunzenhof

 

 

Hiking route and times will be communicated in time

 

Here is the schedule:

 

10:17 a.m.: Departure from Freiburg main station, train to Hinterzarten.

approx. 11:15 a.m.: Visit of the Black Forest Ski Museum with guided tour

Afterwards: Hike via Mathislesweiher to Kunzenhof

approx. 13:00 h: Vesper at the Kunzenhof

approx. 14:00 h: Hike to the train station Bärental

14:45 h: Visit Schnappsmuseum Bärental
15:48 h: Return by train to Freiburg

16:44: Arrival at Freiburg main station.  

 

Please come in large numbers and make October 3rd a German-American Day.

 

 


 

October 8

 

 

German-American Stammtisch

 

 

Is America Great Again ?

 

 

How the USA got through the crisis

 

at the Greiffenegg-Schlössle at 8 p.m.

 

 

 
 

November 10

 

 

German-American Stammtisch

 

 

 Dr. Sigrid Faltin on the making of

 

Frank Lloyd Wright – Der Phoenix aus der Asche

 

A documentary

 

at the Greiffenegg-Schlössle at 8 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

December 1

 

FMG Christmas Dinner

 

The 2019/20er Black Forest Badgers presenting Weihnachtslieder and Christmas carols

 

at the Greiffenegg-Schlössle at 7 p.m.

 

 

 
       

 

Aktualisiert am 26 September, 2021