Pianist and all-round entertainer Bodo Wartke’s stable function ethic gave rise to some prolific career like a performer and composer in Germany. Since his 1st live concert in 1996, Wartke lost virtually no time in building his hard-working status. Just 2 yrs later on, in 1998, he previously released his debut piano cabaret recording, Ich Denke, Also Sing’Ich. Exactly the same calendar year he took a job as composer and musical movie director for a creation of Beneath the Dairy Forest (Dylan Thomas) aimed by Sven Schutze. Attempting to professional his build, he enrolled on the School of Arts Berlin to review piano and performing, a course he’d look out of to 2005. While learning, he found enough time to write a fresh German libretto for Orpheus from the Underworld (J. Offenbach) in 2002, discharge his second piano cabaret, Achillesverse, in 2003, and received the “Kleinkunstpreis” (German Cabaret Award) within the “Chanson” category on the Mainzer Unterhaus. In 2006, the entire year after he finished his research, he released his third piano cabaret, Noah Battle ein Archetyp. He was also asked to moderate an annual songwriting competition known as Songs on the Summer Evening, that was broadcast on Bavarian Radio; he’d continue to web host every year as much as 2011. In ’09 2009, Wartke challenged himself by executing and documenting his first single play, König ?-dipus, which needed him to try out multiple assignments. Although he continued to be very energetic for another 2 yrs, it wasn’t until 2012 that he released his 4th piano cabaret, Klaviersdelikte, accompanied by his 5th piano cabaret discharge, 2015’s Was, Wenn Doch?