Alexandra - die große Sängerin der 60er Jahre

In the organizer's words:

A scenic-musical flirtation with the life of the great artist ALEXANDRA - the voice of longing!

Who was this woman?

Initially a stocking model, secretary, draughtswoman and actress, from the mid-sixties she thrilled an audience of millions with her unmistakable, deep, smoky voice at a time of student unrest, the first moon landing, the Beatles and the environmental movement. Within just three years, she enjoyed an international career and created a lasting musical monument with songs such as "Zigeunerjunge", "Mein Freund der Baum", "Illusionen" and "Sehnsucht". At her side: Gilbert Bécaud, Salvatore Adamo, Udo Jürgens, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Serge Gainsbourg, Yves Montand. At the age of just 27, she died in an accident together with her mother in an ivory-colored Mercedes Coupé. A mysterious death to this day. One of the first of the so-called Club 27 to die mysteriously at 27, like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and most recently Amy Winehouse.

Happiness came to her like a dream, music from the endless space, like a ray of sunshine on delicate dew in the first dawn. A kiss?
The autumn wind tore the leaf from the tree, drove it into the big city, let it fly. What is the goal in this game that nature has always enjoyed?

Anja Morell and Florian Appel take their audience on a journey into the dazzling and enigmatic world of the singer Alexandra. They review the artist's eventful life in scenes and their own interpretations of her world-famous songs.


Anja Morell always delights her audience, whether as a presenter, actress or musician. After studying theater studies, German studies and philosophy, as well as extended stays abroad and language studies in France, England and Spain, she took acting lessons and participated in numerous theater productions. Her musical training began at school with lessons in piano, guitar and singing.
She has been a successful entertainer in a variety of ensembles at home and abroad for many years.

Florian Appel, born in Munich, first studied philosophy and later conducting and songwriting in Munich.
Engagements have taken him to the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, the Leipzig Opera, the Vlaamse Opera Antwerpen, the Festspielhaus Neuschwanstein and the Stadt Theater Bern, among others. He has been conductor of the Weilheim Chamber Orchestra since 2020.

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Hoftheater München Plinganserstraße 6 81369 München


Hoftheater Plinganserstraße 6 81369 München

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