Schuncke-Archiv e.V.

Gemeinnütziger Kulturverein
Maiengasse 4
D-76530 Baden-Baden
Tel. 0049 (0)7221-75056
Fax 0049 (0)7221-75017
E-Mail: michael.schuncke@web.de
www.schuncke-archiv.de

Contact: Michael Schuncke, chairman
Subsidary: Prof. Dr. Felix Heinzer, Stuttgart/Freiburg (Second chairman / assigned successor of first chairman) 
Secretary: Inge Blum
Advisory committee: among others Schumann prize winner Dr. Joachim Draheim

Ludwig Schuncke (1810 – 1834) was the closed childhood friend of Robert Schumann.

In the Schunke archives – besides non-musical art and subject areas – especially material of the 25 people artists and musician family and their enironment are archived: The focus lies on romance, in some cases also later until presence.

This allows, depending on the topic, to add new mosaic pieces to already familiar. A chamber music concert series "Archiv-Konzerte" inter alia events (as for example coproduction in of exhibitions), most of them located in Baden-Baden, supplement the internal arichival work to the outside. 

The „Schumann-Plus-Pflege“ is put in the spotlight, including the maintenace of contacts to other Schumann organisations and related assoiciations.

[Fig. 1]

Double portrait of the couple Schuncke, photograph from 1860
Johann Gottfried Schuncke (1777-1861), the greatest hornist of his time and Elisabeth, née Strottkamp (1793-1860) in Tübingen on the day of their Golden Anniversary (11 April 1860). Johann Gottfried and Elisabeth Schuncke are the parents of Ludwig and Hugo Schuncke.

[Fig. 2]

Ludwig Schuncke (1810-1834), cole drawing
Closest childhood friend of Robert Schumann. The pianist and composer died from consumptiveness at the age of 24.

[Fig. 3]

Hugo Schuncke (1823-1909), oil painting by Bruckmann, 1849
Younger brother of Ludwig Schuncke, composer and chamber musician

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