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SCHWANENGESANG @Theater im Del­phi

SCHWANENGESANG @Theater im Del­phi

O c t o b e r  9 / 1 0 / 1 1,  2 0 2 0,  8 p m.

The re-ima­­gi­­na­­ti­on of the four­te­en songs of Schubert’s last song cycle “SCHWANENGESANG” offers infi­ni­te pos­si­bi­li­ties to inter­pret the past, pre­sent and future. A selec­tion of out­stan­ding artists, who are given licence to pro­du­ce respon­se pie­ces invi­te for the crea­ti­on of a kalei­do­scope effect of music, dance and spo­ken word. Read more…

MUSIC FROM A BALCONY

MUSIC FROM A BALCONY

Wel­co­me to BALCONIA! Shake­speare has intro­du­ced the bal­co­ny to lovers — and lovers of cul­tu­re all over the world. With Covid-19 making cul­tu­ral events as we know them almost impos­si­ble, this has beco­me even more true! So why not fol­low up on Shake­speares beau­ti­ful tra­di­ti­on? During sum­mer, we are sharing our music and pas­si­on with you out­doors! Come by and enjoy a moment of dol­ce vita in the streets of Ber­lin! Read more…

LUCIANO BERIO’S FOLK SONGS @Konzertkirche NBB

LUCIANO BERIO’S FOLK SONGS @Konzertkirche NBB

O c t.  3,  2 0 2 0,  1 1 a m. / 5 p m.

“My links with folk music are often of an emo­tio­nal cha­rac­ter. When I work with that music I am always caught by the thrill of dis­co­very… I return again and again to folk music becau­se I try to estab­lish con­ta­ct bet­ween that and my own ide­as about music. I have a uto­pian dream, though I know it can­not be rea­li­zed: I would like to crea­te a unity bet­ween folk music and our music — a real, per­cep­ti­ble, under­stand­a­ble con­du­it bet­ween anci­ent, popu­lar music-making which is so clo­se to ever­y­day work and music.” Lucia­no Berio. Read more…

Sopra­no: Iuli­ia Tara­so­va. Con­duc­tor: Sebas­ti­an Tewin­kel.

Herz­zeit @nah_bar_festival

Herz­zeit @nah_bar_festival

S e p t e m b e r  2 9,  2 0 2 0,  6 p m,  C l u b  M e n s c h  M e i e r

Inge­borg Bach­mann and Paul Celan. An impos­si­ble love sto­ry.

Selec­ted texts and poems of both wri­ters. Read by the actors Stel­la Hin­richs and Lud­ger Lem­per. With music by Bar­tok, Cho­pin and Satie, arran­ged for oboe d’a­mo­re and harp. Read more…

OXYMORON @Theater am Rand

OXYMORON @Theater am Rand

S e p t e m b e r  1 9,  2 0 2 0,  7  p m.

Loca­ted in the far far East of Ger­ma­ny (cal­led Oder­bruch), you’ll find the Thea­ter am Rand, built into the midd­le of natu­re and built BY natu­re! An exci­ting set­ting to host the Inter­na­tio­nal Accor­di­on Fes­ti­val, taking place for the 3rd time. And just the right loca­ti­on for us to get back on track: Valen­tin Butt, Bajan and Anna Stein­kog­ler, harp. More infor­ma­ti­on here!

SERENATA @Kappelle Neu­rup­pin

SERENATA @Kappelle Neu­rup­pin

S e p t e m b e r  1 7,  2 0 2 0,  7 p m. &  8 p m.

A pic­tures­que site — the Sie­chen­haus­kap­pel­le of Neu­rup­pin, nati­ve town of Theo­dor Fon­ta­ne. And a drea­my com­bi­na­ti­on of instru­ments — Oboe d’A­mo­re play­ed by Ant­je Thier­bach, accom­pa­nied by the har­pist Anna Stein­kog­ler. Play­ing music by Clau­de Debus­sy, Astor Piaz­zol­la and Erik Satie. For more infor­ma­ti­on, check here!

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SCHWANENGESANG @Theater im Del­phi

SCHWANENGESANG @Theater im Del­phi

O c t o b e r  9 / 1 0 / 1 1,  2 0 2 0,  8 p m. The re-ima­gi­na­ti­on of the four­te­en songs of Schubert’s last song cycle “SCHWANENGESANG” offers infi­ni­te pos­si­bi­li­ties to inter­pret the past, pre­sent and future. A selec­tion of out­stan­ding artists, who are given licence…

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MUSIC FROM A BALCONY

MUSIC FROM A BALCONY

Wel­co­me to BALCONIA! Shake­speare has intro­du­ced the bal­co­ny to lovers — and lovers of cul­tu­re all over the world. With Covid-19 making cul­tu­ral events as we know them almost impos­si­ble, this has beco­me even more true! So why not fol­low up on Shake­speares beau­ti­ful…

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LUCIANO BERIO’S FOLK SONGS @Konzertkirche NBB

LUCIANO BERIO’S FOLK SONGS @Konzertkirche NBB

O c t.  3,  2 0 2 0,  1 1 a m. / 5 p m. “My links with folk music are often of an emo­tio­nal cha­rac­ter. When I work with that music I am always caught by the thrill of dis­co­very… I return again and again to folk music becau­se I try to estab­lish con­ta­ct bet­ween that and…

read more