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25.09.2017, 20:00
Konzerthaus Berlin - Großer Saal
SILENT SONGS into the wild
Künstlerische Leitung: Nicola Hümpel
Bühnenbild und Videotechnik: Oliver Proske
Arrangements, Gitarre und Kontrabass: Tobias Weber
Dramaturgie und Regieassistenz: Philine Tiezel
Other: Apollon Musagete Quartett
Piano: Matan Porat
Sopran: Julla von Landsberg
Kontra-Alt: Sarah Laulan
Tenor: Ted Schmitz
Bariton: Nikolay Borchev
Tanz und Choreographie: Yui Kawaguchi, Anna-Luise Recke, Michael Shapira
Licht: Fabian Bleisch und Andreas Fuchs
Kamera und Live Video Editing: Bodo Gottschalk
Kostüme: Cristina Lelli
Kostümhospitanz: Miriam Lellek
Ton: David Rusitschka
Bühnenbildassistenz: Holger Müller und Sonja Winkler
Produktion: Judith Bodenstein

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Franz Schubert’s Lieder are about wandering and departure, about everlasting disaffection and loneliness. What would it mean in a time of mass migration to approach these texts and lieder with all our senses? How much courage is needed to leave oneself exposed to the deeply embedded and strong emotions, the upheaval of feelings, of pain and loss, longing and love, revenge and hope? Have these feelings changed in the 21st century? How does music escape the body and how do emotions find manifestation in an auditory experience? For String Quartet, 4 Singers, 3 Performers, Piano, E-Guitar and two Cameras: In ‘SILENT SONGS into the wild’ singers, musicians and dancers embark on a journey through the world of classical song discovering them anew in the here and now. They are not limited to their voice but utilize their whole personalities and their complete range and repertoire of emotions and movement. Within the tension field of intimacy and outburst, past and present, they develop new vocal and corporal forms of interpretation, finding their own avenues to these once popular songs. Songs from the cycles "Schwanengesang", "Winterreise" and "Die Schöne Müllerin" as well as other Schubert songs are interwoven over the course of the evening revealing a surprising and unknown cycle. Scenic moods grow from between the Lieder - topical societal references through musical association. Set into motion, the Navigators react like a seismograph to Schubert’s Lieder.

Franz Schubert - Auszüge aus „Die schöne Müllerin" D 795, "Winterreise" D 911, Streichquartett d-Moll op. post D 810 (Der Tod und das Mädchen) u.a.