Anka Bundestag

Posted May 6th, 2017 by Suzy

Bonn Bundestag delegate Stephan Eisel donates a total of 5,000 euros Stephan Eisel his CD has now unveiled “Policy & music”, which he wants to distribute as a thank you to citizens who support a charitable cause with a donation: a total of over 500 visitors came to my four recitals. We collected for more than EUR 5,000 in donations for the palliative initiative of the Maltese hospital, the Bonn Parliament of donations, the open door in the Durenstrasse and the Beueler Hospice Association.” The CD is the live recording of a piano evening, the Stephan Eisel zinc in the Kammermusiksaal of the Beethoven House designed in cooperation with the Bonn cabaret artist Anka. Eisel plays pop, jazz, boogie and Ragtime on the piano and presents including a “Sinfonia Politica”, the “campaign rag”, a “substitutes Blues”, the “Coalition Sonata” and “Bonn voices for Angie”. He also musically proves that Ludwig van Beethoven composed the most important Rhenish Karnevalslieder itself. Like Eisel said, the idea to a CD because of the large response to the concerts: “anyone who shows me a tax receipt for a charitable purpose at my appointments on site or at my constituency Office on the market sends 10-12, gets the CD as a thank you. Of course also donate to the CDU to support my campaign accepted.” Press contact: Dr. Stephan Eisel, MdB – constituency office market 10-12 53111 federal city of Bonn Tel: 0228-1849 98 32 fax: 0228-1849 98 34 Stephan Eisel, MdB. Member of the Board of Trustees of the Center for advanced European studies and research (CAESAR) – member of the German Bundestag elected in the Board of Trustees of the Deutsches Historisches Museum (DHM) – the Federal Government named member of the Board of Trustees of the European network “Remembrance and solidarity” – by the Federal President on a proposal from the Federal Government appointed Deputy for Bonn in the Bundestag Dr Stephan Eisel, Member of the German Bundestag – elected by the Bundestag. Member of the Board of Trustees of Jewish Museum Berlin.

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