Felix Maria Roehl

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Felix Maria Roehl (born November 28, 1963 in Hamburg ) is a cultural manager .

After studying economics and musicology at the University of Giessen , he founded 1993 in Regensburg together with music journalists and music publisher Theo Geißler the ConBrio Verlagsgesellschaft mbH , in the music publishing u. a. the Neue Musikzeitung appears.

From 1996 onwards, at the instigation of the composer Franz Hummel, he managed the project planning and construction of the Musical Theater Neuschwanstein in Füssen , where the work Ludwig II - Longing for Paradise , the first musical about the life and death of Ludwig , was premiered on April 7, 2000 II., King of Bavaria . For this purpose he founded the Ludwig Musical Projekt GmbH together with the director Stephan Barbarino and later the Ludwig Musical AG, of which Roehl was CEO until the end of 2000.

In 2001 and 2002, Roehl, as managing director of Thurn & Taxis Management GmbH & Co. KG, was involved in the planning of a luxury hotel at Bullachberg Castle in Schwangau , for which the Bavarian state parliament approved the granting of building rights after a heated controversy . At the same time, Roehl developed the concept for the Musik Park Bayern , which is to be built in the Günzburg district .

Roehl then worked until January 2004 as managing director for the ArcusLine Entertainment group and the production company Theater mit Herz GmbH, which had participated in various entertainment projects, including a. the musical SalzSaga based on the novel Der Mann im Salz by Ludwig Ganghofer , which was performed in Schönau am Koenigssee in the summer of 2003 , a traveling exhibition on the subject of chocolate , and the musical From the Spirit of Christmas, based on the story A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens , that goes to Christmas 2003 in Munich and Oberhausen , here with Guildo Horn in the role of the spirit.