Frank Düwell

Frank studied theater science, pedagogy and German literary history, as well as No-theater with Yoshi Oida. From 1997 to 2002 he was engaged as a director at the Theater Lübeck, from 2003 to 2007 deputy director at the Theater Heilbronn. Since 2007 he has been in charge of norden-theaterproduction Hamburg and has been a lecturer in music theater directing and project manager at the HfMT Hamburg since 2009, where he also received the teaching award of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg in 2015. Since 2009 he has been director of the KulturSommer am Kanal of the Duchy of Lauenburg Foundation and since 2014 curator of the Voice X New Music Theater festival in Hamburg, and since 2000 also a member of UNESCO ITI Germany.

He directs and produces musical theater, drama and cross-genre projects, including “The Signalgeber” for the Theater der Welt 1999 festival, Berlin until 2002 Hamburg, Lübeck, Hanover State Opera, “The Prodigal Son”, the singing of youngsters in the furnace and the river of seagulls, Benjamin Britten among others for the church music festival Musica sacra in Paderborn 2005-2009, for the UNESCO / World Congress ITI “The Borges Project” Manila 2006, Ifdentity Madrid 2008, house home Shanghai and Xiamen 2011 and “Rastlos … Grenzenlos … Unterwegs – Bez wytchnienia … bez granic … w drodze “, sung and danced poetry from Senftenberg and Bielsko-Biala (Poland) 2015. He staged” Voices of the night – scenic symphony after Joseph von Eichendorf “with the ensemble for new music Zurich and choir, premiere in Zurich in March 2017

He has directed festivals such as Dangast, Bühne am Meer (2000 seats) since 2000, the festival venue “A place plays its white horse” Hanerau-Hademarschen 2013-2015 and the KulturSommer am Kanal of the Duchy of Lauenburg Foundation from 2009

He was also a lecturer at the State Opera Unter den Linden, at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media, at the Christian Albrecht University in Kiel and at the Kampnagel Theater Factory in Hamburg.