Marianne Koch is ActorDoc, TVDoc, JournalistDoc, WriterDoc, CharityDoc
Marianne Koch (born August 19, 1931) is a retired Germanactress of the 1950s and 1960s, best known for her appearances in spaghetti westerns and adventure films of the 1960s. She later worked as a television host and as a physician.
He worked as “Medizinalrat” in Munich/Germany and composed many works listed in the German wikipedia site. The picture shows the cover of a program about his “Singspiel” DIE DORFDEPUTIERTEN which was performed in Bavaria. Continue reading Johann Lukas Schubaur→
Susanne Pechel is GuitarDoc, SingingDoc, CharityDoc, PianoDoc, ComposerDoc, WriterDoc, PublisherDoc
Due to a school teacher who did not allow her to arrange a beneficial recital in her school she shifted towards independant organisation and organised her events on her own. Coming from the piano she switched to guitar. From this she could rise a beneficial organisation and engage herself in several overseas countries with significant projects.
…as in several other medical faculties the students of anatomy were organising a celebration acknowledging the donation of corps for science to the donors. From 2005 on the students of the LMU in Munich/Germany liked to continue their musical activities and an orchestra and choir remained stabil instead of being re-founded every year… Continue reading Munich Medical Orchestra and Choir→
Among the many doctors orchestras in Germany the Bavarian DO is one of the most traditionals, has been founded in 1967 by the first semester medical studend Reinhard Steinberg who still conducts it. Continue reading Bavarian Doctors Orchestra→
Schüler grew up in East Germany and was in the famous Thomaner-Chor in Leipzig. From this he participated in a singing ensemble “Circulus Virtuosus” (NOT “vitious circle”….) with 4 other men, medical doctors as well! Continue reading Christian Schüler→
Lars David Kellner is PianoDoc, TranslatorDoc, NaturalistDoc, ReedOrganDoc
Lars David Kellner was born in Weiden in der Oberpfalz (Bavaria, Germany). He received his first piano lessons at the age of 7 from his father. In subsequent years, his piano tutor was the Czech music
pedagogue, Franz Ondrušek. In the years between 1985 and 1995 he studied at the “Hochschule für Musik” (music conservatory) in Nuremberg under Erich Appel, and won several prizes in the state competition for young musicians, “Jugend musiziert”. Continue reading Lars David Kellner→