A Virtual Visit to the Peter Hofmann-Room in Kemnath

inge fritz ph raumOn August 22, 2007, Peter Hofmann’s 63rd birthday, a room in the  Stadbücherei in Kemnath, Germany, was dedicated by family, friends, and local officials to honor the tenor’s career.  Described as “a room for remembrance,” the Peter Hofmann-Raum (Room) contains a special collection of paintings, sculpture, photographs,  recordings, and videos which bring to life the singer’s extraordinary career and life.

Assembled and curated by Peter’s brother Fritz with the support of Kemnath’s Mayor Werner Nickl and town notables, Dr. Fritz Deinlein and Max Ponnath. The museum is open to the public on weekdays.  Read More in TRIBUTES.

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One thought on “A Virtual Visit to the Peter Hofmann-Room in Kemnath

  1. It was an honour to know and work with Peter. A truly warm and talented charismatic man. He was great fun to be around and with his ever so caring brother Fritz managing his professional life, he was in the best of hands with this loving brother who is doing so much from the heart to keep the great man’s legacy alive. Peter’s spirit is alive and always will be .

    Don Reedman

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