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In December 2007 Winfried Hagen resigned as chairman together with his wife Gabriele Hagen, his daughter Stephanie Hagen and the arts director Werner Traud
Werner Traud visiting Carinthia (2004)Josef Bertsch (co-director) and Werner Traud (ex-chairman) (2005)Winfried Hagen (chairman) and Uwe Geitz (vice chairman), behind Gabriele Hagen (part of the board, treasurer) (2005)Lisa Grefe (vice chairman) and Theo Bösterling (part of the board, director of ensemble) (2005)The director organizes the cultural events at Festspiele Balver Höhle
The most successful adaption was Pippi in Taka-Tuka-Land in the year 2001
The German musical director and pianist Justus Frantz was invited by the Festspiele Balver Höhle from 1995 – 2007 each year
The association was founded in 1985 in Volkringhausen and based on an idea by Franz Hoffmeister and Theodor Pröpper