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BESCHENKT @Konzerthaus Berlin

BESCHENKT @Konzerthaus Berlin

D e c e m b e r  3 r d  —  9 t h

We think of Christ­mas trees, Christ­mals songs and, of cour­se, a lot of pres­ents when we think of Christ­mas. We are hap­py to get them and exchan­ge them with others. “beschenkt” is all about the over­whel­ming emo­ti­ons around gifts — and that some of the best aren’t the ones wrap­ped in glitter.

Anna Stein­kog­ler: harp // Valen­tin Butt: bajan // Mar­tin Lutz: live-elec­­tro­­nics // Mer­ce­des del Rosa­rio Appu­glie­se and Flo­ri­an Bil­bao: dance and cho­reo­gra­phy // Chris­tin Vahl: set and sta­ge design // Chris­ti­ne Mel­lich: dramaturgy

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ADVENTSKONZERT @Marienkirche Berlin

ADVENTSKONZERT @Marienkirche Berlin

D e c e m b e r  8 , 7 p m

Cand­le light and Christ­mas spi­rit in the midd­le of Ber­lin at St. Mari­en at Alex­an­der­platz. With Ant­je Thier­bach, Oboe d’a­mo­re and Anna Stein­kog­ler, harp. More…

ADVENT @Sophienkirche

ADVENT @Sophienkirche

N o v e m b e r   2 7 ,  1 0 . 3 0  a m
S o p h i e n k i r c h e  B e r l i n  M i t t e

Fes­ti­ve church ser­vice on the 1st Sunday in Advent with the girl’s choir of Sing­aka­de­mie Berlin

COSMIC AWAKENING @HKW Berlin

COSMIC AWAKENING @HKW Berlin

N o v .  1 1,  8 p m
H a u s  d e r  K u l t u r e n  d e r  W e l t  B e r l i n

Gel­bart doesn’t just bring music to the sta­ge, but pushes open the gate to other worlds. In his com­po­si­ti­on The Por­tal, Final­ly he under­ta­kes a sound expe­ri­ment with influ­en­ces from avant-gar­­de jazz, sound­tracks of ear­ly sci­ence fic­tion films and works of clas­si­cal moder­nism. The Por­tal, Final­ly asks whe­ther first con­ta­ct with ano­t­her uni­ver­se can hap­pen this very evening. The com­po­ser and media artist gathers a 14-pie­ce ensem­ble with instru­ments such as harp, harp­si­chord and elec­tro­nics under a lar­ge tri­ang­le. This is not meant to repre­sent the titu­lar por­tal, but to func­tion as one. Becau­se in view of a poten­ti­al­ly infi­ni­te num­ber of par­al­lel uni­ver­ses, the tran­si­ti­on into one of them is wit­hin the realm of pos­si­bi­li­ty. If ano­t­her world emer­ges at the end of the per­for­mance, the expe­ri­ment will have suc­cee­ded. More…

אָעִירָה שָחַר @Ossietzky Chor Berlin

אָעִירָה שָחַר @Ossietzky Chor Berlin

O c t o b e r  1 5 & 1 6,  6 p m
K a i s e r  W i l h e l m  G e d ä c h t n i s k i r c h e /
S t.  B a r t h o l o m ä u s k i r c h e

The Carl-von-Ossiet­z­­ky Choir pres­ents a pro­gram dedi­ca­ted to the sen­se of delight and strength of music, com­bi­ning texts in Hebrew, Ger­man and Latin with the tonal lan­guage of com­po­sers from dif­fe­rent cen­tu­ries. A pro­gram all about diver­si­ty and open min­ded­ness, cen­te­ring Leo­nard Bern­steins “Chi­ches­ter psalms”. Read more…

OXYMORON @L’Écritoire

OXYMORON @L’Écritoire

O c t o b e r  1 3,  7 p m.
S a l o n  l ’ É c r i t o i r e  B e r l i n

Mär­chen­welt im Spie­gel: Anna Stein­kog­ler, harp // Valen­tin Butt, accor­di­on. Tickets…

For their cur­rent pro­gram, the two pas­sio­na­te musi­ci­ans let them­sel­ves be inspi­red by two gre­at sto­­ry-tel­­lers and phil­an­thro­pists. Not only their works, but also their sen­se of humor, ear­nest­ness and their distas­te for being stuck in a pigeon hole is what attracts them to the com­po­ser Mau­rice Ravel and the wri­ter and mathe­ma­ti­ci­an Lewis Car­roll. And they both knew about the impor­t­ance of blur­ring the lines…

MIT LEIDENSCHAFT @Orchester Neubrandenburg

MIT LEIDENSCHAFT @Orchester Neubrandenburg

O c t o b e r  6 / 7 / 9
N e u b r a n d e n b u r g
G ü s t r o w
N e u s t r e l i t z

The phil­har­mo­nic orches­tra of Neu­bran­den­burg is play­ing big orches­tral works by C.P.E. Bach, Robert Schu­mann (Chi Ho Han solo­ing at the pia­no) and Clau­de Debus­sy, under the baton of Dani­el Geiss. More…

OXYMORON @Theater am Rand

OXYMORON @Theater am Rand

S e p t e m p e r  1 6,  7. 3 0 p m
a c c o r d i o n  f e s t i v a l  T h e a t e r  a m  R a n d

Mär­chen­welt im Spie­gel: Anna Stein­kog­ler, harp // Valen­tin Butt, accor­di­on. Tickets…

For their cur­rent pro­gram, the two pas­sio­na­te musi­ci­ans let them­sel­ves be inspi­red by two gre­at sto­­ry-tel­­lers and phil­an­thro­pists. Not only their works, but also their sen­se of humor, ear­nest­ness and their distas­te for being stuck in a pigeon hole is what attracts them to the com­po­ser Mau­rice Ravel and the wri­ter and mathe­ma­ti­ci­an Lewis Car­roll. And they both knew about the impor­t­ance of blur­ring the lines…

FAURÉ @Merseburg

FAURÉ @Merseburg

S e p t e m b e r  1 2,  7 p m
M e r s e b u r g e r  D o m

Schütz and Fau­ré under the baton of Wolf­gang Katsch­ner during the 52nd edi­ti­on of the Mer­se­bur­ger Orgeltage.
With Capel­la Ange­li­ca, Laut­ten Com­pa­gney Ber­lin, Micha­el Schön­heit. Read more…

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BESCHENKT @Konzerthaus Berlin

BESCHENKT @Konzerthaus Berlin

D e c e m b e r  3 r d  —  9 t h

We think of Christ­mas trees, Christ­mals songs and, of cour­se, a lot of pres­ents when we think of Christ­mas. We are hap­py to get them and exchan­ge them with others. “beschenkt” is all about the over­whel­ming emo­ti­ons around gifts — and that some of the best aren’t the ones wrap­ped in glitter.

Anna Stein­kog­ler: harp // Valen­tin Butt: bajan // Mar­tin Lutz: live-elec­­tro­­nics // Mer­ce­des del Rosa­rio Appu­glie­se and Flo­ri­an Bil­bao: dance and cho­reo­gra­phy // Chris­tin Vahl: set and sta­ge design // Chris­ti­ne Mel­lich: dramaturgy

More…

ADVENTSKONZERT @Marienkirche Berlin

ADVENTSKONZERT @Marienkirche Berlin

D e c e m b e r  8 , 7 p m

Cand­le light and Christ­mas spi­rit in the midd­le of Ber­lin at St. Mari­en at Alex­an­der­platz. With Ant­je Thier­bach, Oboe d’a­mo­re and Anna Stein­kog­ler, harp. More…

ADVENT @Sophienkirche

ADVENT @Sophienkirche

N o v e m b e r   2 7 ,  1 0 . 3 0  a m
S o p h i e n k i r c h e  B e r l i n  M i t t e

Fes­ti­ve church ser­vice on the 1st Sunday in Advent with the girl’s choir of Sing­aka­de­mie Berlin

COSMIC AWAKENING @HKW Berlin

COSMIC AWAKENING @HKW Berlin

N o v .  1 1,  8 p m
H a u s  d e r  K u l t u r e n  d e r  W e l t  B e r l i n

Gel­bart doesn’t just bring music to the sta­ge, but pushes open the gate to other worlds. In his com­po­si­ti­on The Por­tal, Final­ly he under­ta­kes a sound expe­ri­ment with influ­en­ces from avant-gar­­de jazz, sound­tracks of ear­ly sci­ence fic­tion films and works of clas­si­cal moder­nism. The Por­tal, Final­ly asks whe­ther first con­ta­ct with ano­t­her uni­ver­se can hap­pen this very evening. The com­po­ser and media artist gathers a 14-pie­ce ensem­ble with instru­ments such as harp, harp­si­chord and elec­tro­nics under a lar­ge tri­ang­le. This is not meant to repre­sent the titu­lar por­tal, but to func­tion as one. Becau­se in view of a poten­ti­al­ly infi­ni­te num­ber of par­al­lel uni­ver­ses, the tran­si­ti­on into one of them is wit­hin the realm of pos­si­bi­li­ty. If ano­t­her world emer­ges at the end of the per­for­mance, the expe­ri­ment will have suc­cee­ded. More…

אָעִירָה שָחַר @Ossietzky Chor Berlin

אָעִירָה שָחַר @Ossietzky Chor Berlin

O c t o b e r  1 5 & 1 6,  6 p m
K a i s e r  W i l h e l m  G e d ä c h t n i s k i r c h e /
S t.  B a r t h o l o m ä u s k i r c h e

The Carl-von-Ossiet­z­­ky Choir pres­ents a pro­gram dedi­ca­ted to the sen­se of delight and strength of music, com­bi­ning texts in Hebrew, Ger­man and Latin with the tonal lan­guage of com­po­sers from dif­fe­rent cen­tu­ries. A pro­gram all about diver­si­ty and open min­ded­ness, cen­te­ring Leo­nard Bern­steins “Chi­ches­ter psalms”. Read more…

OXYMORON @L’Écritoire

OXYMORON @L’Écritoire

O c t o b e r  1 3,  7 p m.
S a l o n  l ’ É c r i t o i r e  B e r l i n

Mär­chen­welt im Spie­gel: Anna Stein­kog­ler, harp // Valen­tin Butt, accor­di­on. Tickets…

For their cur­rent pro­gram, the two pas­sio­na­te musi­ci­ans let them­sel­ves be inspi­red by two gre­at sto­­ry-tel­­lers and phil­an­thro­pists. Not only their works, but also their sen­se of humor, ear­nest­ness and their distas­te for being stuck in a pigeon hole is what attracts them to the com­po­ser Mau­rice Ravel and the wri­ter and mathe­ma­ti­ci­an Lewis Car­roll. And they both knew about the impor­t­ance of blur­ring the lines…

MIT LEIDENSCHAFT @Orchester Neubrandenburg

MIT LEIDENSCHAFT @Orchester Neubrandenburg

O c t o b e r  6 / 7 / 9
N e u b r a n d e n b u r g
G ü s t r o w
N e u s t r e l i t z

The phil­har­mo­nic orches­tra of Neu­bran­den­burg is play­ing big orches­tral works by C.P.E. Bach, Robert Schu­mann (Chi Ho Han solo­ing at the pia­no) and Clau­de Debus­sy, under the baton of Dani­el Geiss. More…

OXYMORON @Theater am Rand

OXYMORON @Theater am Rand

S e p t e m p e r  1 6,  7. 3 0 p m
a c c o r d i o n  f e s t i v a l  T h e a t e r  a m  R a n d

Mär­chen­welt im Spie­gel: Anna Stein­kog­ler, harp // Valen­tin Butt, accor­di­on. Tickets…

For their cur­rent pro­gram, the two pas­sio­na­te musi­ci­ans let them­sel­ves be inspi­red by two gre­at sto­­ry-tel­­lers and phil­an­thro­pists. Not only their works, but also their sen­se of humor, ear­nest­ness and their distas­te for being stuck in a pigeon hole is what attracts them to the com­po­ser Mau­rice Ravel and the wri­ter and mathe­ma­ti­ci­an Lewis Car­roll. And they both knew about the impor­t­ance of blur­ring the lines…

FAURÉ @Merseburg

FAURÉ @Merseburg

S e p t e m b e r  1 2,  7 p m
M e r s e b u r g e r  D o m

Schütz and Fau­ré under the baton of Wolf­gang Katsch­ner during the 52nd edi­ti­on of the Mer­se­bur­ger Orgeltage.
With Capel­la Ange­li­ca, Laut­ten Com­pa­gney Ber­lin, Micha­el Schön­heit. Read more…

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