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Giselher Klebe Giselher Wolfgang Klebe (28 June 19255 October 2009) was a German composer. He composed more than 140 works, among them 14 operas, 8 symphonies, 15 solo concerts, chamber music, piano works, and sacred music.
Kristina Klebe Born in New York City, Kristina Klebe (pronounced "Kleeb") spent much time overseas with her family in Germany, France and Italy. With an ability to speak all of the above languages due to her European heritage, she jokes she sometimes cannot decide whether she feels more European or more like a New Yorker. Kristina went to high school in New York City and graduated from Dartmouth College cum laude with a major in Politics and a minor in Theater/Film. She gave up being a competitive equestrian for a more complete immersion in theater in her teens. Kristina attended the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford, CT and attended the prestigious NYU Grad Film Program at Tisch School of the Arts in NYC.
Giselher Klebe After serving his Reichsarbeitsdienst (Labour Service), Klebe was conscripted to military service as signalman. After the German surrender, he was taken prisoner of war by the Russian forces. Due to ill health, he was soon released.
Giselher Klebe Giselher Klebe was born in Mannheim, Germany. He received musical tuition early in his life from his mother, the violinist Gertrud Klebe. The family relocated in 1932 to Munich, where his mother's sister, Melanie Michaelis, continued the training. His father's profession required a further relocation in 1936 to Rostock.
Giselher Klebe Having convalesced, Klebe continued his music studies in Berlin (1946–1951), first under Joseph Rufer, then in master classes by Boris Blacher. He worked for the radio station Berliner Rundfunk until 1948, when he began to work full-time as a composer.
Giselher Klebe On 10 September 1946 Klebe married the violinist Lore Schiller. They had two daughters, Sonja Katharina and Annette Marianne. Lore Klebe wrote the librettos for some of his operas, including "Der Jüngste Tag" ("Doomsday").
Giselher Klebe Klebel died on 5 October 2009 in Detmold at the age of 84 after a long illness from liver cancer.
Kristina Klebe Although Klebe cherishes the art of acting as her true passion, she also freelances as a videographer and is working on her own documentary. She is also currently attending the highly esteemed Grad Film Program at NYU. She is the co-creator of the web series "FRICK" which has been getting great buzz from tastemakers in that emerging medium. On the side, she has been working with a charity called French-American Aid for Children for over 10 years while also acting as a volunteer and foster parent at Best Friends Animal Society and Much Love Animal Rescue. Her other hobbies include horseback riding, diving (she is a rescue diver), writing poetry, traveling, and listening to music.
Giselher Klebe Following the separation of his parents, Klebe moved with his mother and sister to Berlin. During 1938, the 13-year-old sketched his first compositions. In 1940, he began studies in violin, viola, and composition, supported by a grant from the city of Berlin.
Giselher Klebe Klebe was inspired and influenced by works of authors and artists, especially his contemporaries. In 1951 he composed "Die Zwitschermaschine" Op. 7, ("The Twittering Machine"), based on the well-known painting by Paul Klee. His first opera, based on Friedrich Schiller's play "Die Räuber" ("The Robbers"), was produced in 1957. He composed two operas based on plays by Ödön von Horváth.