Christian performs "first music concert" in granary

A local musician performed a truly unique solo concert Friday at the historic Teweles & Brandeis Granary in Sturgeon Bay.  Despite the postponements of live concerts in front of audiences for the foreseeable future, Hans Christian played his 120-year-old German-made cello inside the 118-year-old structure in an impromptu, pop-up performance.  With the assistance of Christie Weber and Shawn Fairchild from the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society, Christian hoisted his cello into the rafters of the partially-stored building.  Overcoming his condition of vertigo and finding enough elbow-room to perform, Christian says the acoustics in the historic building was great.



Christian adds that he was improvising and not playing any arranged piece of music.  



Video of Hans Christian at granary


(Courtesy of Sturgeon Bay Historical Society)



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