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Brahms Foyer of the Laeiszhalle Hamburg

Part of the 2017 Hamburg Telemann-Festival 


2nd December 2017, 6 pm, Brahms Foyer

Inauguration of the Telemann bust by the board of the Telemann Foundation

Musical guest: Elbipolis Baroque Orchestra Hamburg


The portrait bust of the composer Georg Philipp Telemann created by the sculptor Gertraud Wendlandt for the Brahms Foyer of the Laeiszhalle is based on the terracotta bust created in 2015 for the Telemann Foundation. The bronze for the Museum of Hamburg History was derived from this. The depiction shows both works of art. The art critic and essayist François Maher Presley wrote about Gertraud Wendlandt and her work: "The basis of Gertraud Wendlandt's sculptural and graphic work was and is the figure, the naked human body, the dominant theme of Western sculpture since antiquity. The artist almost always tends to lend her symbolic male and female nudes an almost architectonic stability. Her 'power of gravity' becomes art by showing gravity in an earthy and elemental manner.”


Museum of Hamburg History

Donator’s Days from 20th to 23rd November 2014


20th Nov 2014 (vernissage 6 p.m.) until 

23rd Nov 2014 (finissage 6 p.m.)

Opening hours daily from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.



Prof. Dr. Lisa Kosok, Director of Hamburg Museum


The idea of the foundation

Erich Braun-Egidius


Introduction to the works of 

Gertraud Wendlandt and Bernhard G. Lehmann

François Maher Presley



Alexander Gergelyfi

From the 36 Fantasies for harpsichord by 

Georg Philipp Telemann


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