Who Is Lars Reichow?
Lars Reichow is a German musical cabaret artist who was born on June 12, 1964, in Mainz.
His talents as a cabaret performer, pianist, songwriter, singer, TV host, and entertainer are well-known. Reichow, well known by his stage name “The Claviator,” learned how to play the guitar, piano, and trombone from his father.
He joined Bernd Reichow Jazz Formation at the age of 16, and in 1982, he embarked on his first tour with Hanns Dieter Hüsch. Reichow joined the Hessian State Youth Jazz Orchestra in 1985 as a trombone.
In the 1990s, Reichow continued his studies in German and music while also working as a teacher at Rüsselsheim’s Immanuel-Kant-Gymnasium. He studied acting on the side and won a scholarship from the Bayreuth-based Richard Wagner Foundation.
He worked on his debut show, “I’m definitely there!” during this time, and it launched in 1992 in front of 400 viewers. He gave his first performance in the Mainz lower house two years later, and a subsequent tour helped him become well-known across the country.
The German Cabaret Prize, the Gaul von Niedersachsen, the Tuttlingen Crow, and the Berlin Cabaret Prize are just a few of the honours and accolades that Reichow has won over his career.
He routinely makes appearances on radio and television, both as the host of his own shows and as a guest on different television shows. Additionally, he oversees the monthly SWR2 music review, “music lesson.”
Since 2013, Reichow has also served as a “news presenter” for the programme Mainz wird Mainz, wie es singt und lacht in addition to his television appearances.
With jazz pianist and composer Sebastian Sternal + Band, he sang live in 2018. Reichow has ties to the SPD and was suggested to vote for the SPD in the 2017 federal presidential election.
The albums “Highest Key Time” (1995), “Happy in Germany” (2005), “Freedom!” (2015), and “Request Concert” (2017) are only a few of the ones Reichow has released over his career. In 2012, he published a book with the working title “Reichow’s Wake-Up Call!”.
The Executioner’s Hatchet (1993), the Minden Stickleback (1994), the Reinheim Satirical Lion (1996), and the German Cabaret Prize (1997), among others, have all been given to Reichow over the years.
Reichow has been the subject of controversy in recent years, with claims made by AfD officials who were angered by his performance at Mainz stays Mainz. Even a Bavarian AfD politician accused him of a crime in 2023.
Despite the issues, Lars Reichow is still a significant player in German musical cabaret and a respected and gifted performer in the field.
Is Lars Reichow Married?
Lars Reichow’s marital status is unknown as there is no information on the internet to ascertain that he is a married man.