Inclusion in the most beautiful way
Veeh-Harfe enthusiasts have been making music in the Ensemble arpeggio together. Disabled young people started as a music group with friends and parents under the direction of Hermann Veeh in 1992. Many great moments of music-making followed.
Hermann Veeh’s goal was for Andreas and his friends to make music together with others. Laypeople and artists should stand together on the same stage. The Veeh-Harfe – his instrument as beautiful looking and sounding as well as others in the orchestra – should be the bridge.
The soprano Annette Wohlmann (winner of the “Veeh-Harfe Singer” award) has been part of it almost from the start. What began as a small private music group can now look back on a long list of concert appearances. Small appearances at church services are just as much a part of it as concert appearances in Japan in a concert hall in front of 1,400 listeners.
Accompany us on our travels while leafing through the picture gallery .
The ensemble Arpeggio is playing
Only when one has heard and seen arpeggio once does something of the importance of the Veeh-Harfe for people with disabilities become noticeable.
Inclusion demands commitment and moves everyone forward!
Ensemble Arpeggio is playing Not a beautiful country ,
Annette Wohlmann and Evi Reissmann sing
Ensemble Arpeggio is playing Swab dance