Synonyms for fehringer or Related words with fehringer

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Examples of "fehringer"
Hermann Fehringer (born 8 December 1962 in Amstetten) is a former pole vaulter from Austria.
The zoo was created as a foundation, initiated by the ornithologist, Otto Fehringer.
Fehringer was supported by Carl Bosch, the German chemist, engineer, and Nobel laureate in chemistry.
It is conducted by Walter Born, and the main singers are Marianne Schech, Wolfgang Windgassen, Franz Fehringer and Hetty Plümacher.
Franz Fehringer (7 September 1910, Nussloch - 15 March 1988, Heidelberg) was a German operatic tenor, particularly associated with light lyric roles in the German, Italian, and French repertories.
Fehringer was also very popular in operetta (many recordings were made with conductor Franz Marszalek), and was an admired recitalist of lieder. Beginning in 1960, he taught at the Mainz Musikhochschule, and later at the Heidelberg Musikhochschule.
A 1953 recording conducted by Franz Marszalek, and issued on CD in 2006, features Gitta Lind, Gretl Schörg, Franz Fehringer, Benno Kusche, and Willy Hofmann. A 2000 EMI CD, which is an anthology of archival recordings, contains selections from "" sung by Hermann Prey, Rudolf Schock, and Erika Köth, along with selected operetta arias and duets by Lehár and Strauss.
In 1954 Brocksieper made his first post-war trip to Weimar where he met old friends from the Bauhaus, including Harry Scheibe and Martin Pohle. In Weimar he got to know graphic artist and lyricist Arno Fehringer (1907–1974) with whom he exchanged many letters until his death.
The Jefferson County school district acquired of the historic Fehringer Ranch property during master planning for the area in the late 1990s. Funds to build the new campus were approved in a school bond election in 1998. A formal groundbreaking ceremony took place in early 2000 and the school's grand opening was on August 25, 2001.
Fehringer studied in Karlsruhe with Jan van Gorkom and Dr. Zimmermann, and made his debut there in 1934, in the tenor part of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, the following year he appeared in Handel's "Serse", and later in "Rodelinda". He remained in Karlsruhe until 1938, and during the war, he sang mostly in Wiesbaden and on German radio.
He is a UNICEF ambassador against child prostitution, a role for which he was rewarded by Kinderlachen with the ""Kind-Award 2006"". He has also become a patron of the charity "TukTuk-Tour" from Asia to Europe. He also accompanied Bundesminister Sigmar Gabriel on the creation of the Naturallianz by the CBD-COP9. His first marriage produced two sons and ended in divorce. In 2009 he remarried to Austrian communications-trainer and painter Katrin Fehringer, with whom he lives in Starnberg near Munich and with whom in 2009 he adopted a girl from Thailand.