Stuttgart Ceremonies

9 days ago

This Iranian Turkish trio Merasim enthusiastically in the Linden-Museum Stuttgart Murat Coskun (Tschoschkun) applies as a go-getting and sociable percussionist. Freiburg and the world is his place of residence. Through the partnership of Freiburg with Isfahan and a trip there, it came, that he met in the Iranian city a master of Persian frame drum (DAF): Mohsen Taherzadeh. Together with wife Maryam Hatef the three with their program "Magic of drums" currently occur in southern Germany and Austria. Their music is a mixture of traditional ways, borrows from sacred rhythms and creative improvisations. Musicians masterfully mastered their instruments and elicit the audience with some funny effect now and again a smile.

On Friday, 19 2013, trio, the Merasim percussion enthusiasts 140 spectators in Stuttgart with his "celebration". The name Merasim (celebration) is program. The "celebration" seems to be a musical event which ceremonies of the Sama recalls the Dervish. This dervish ceremonies were an integral part and cornerstone of the Iran original culture and widely used. These ceremonies were held in special houses, which are known even today as Khanegah. Although power-hungry rulers of the local population dropped over a narrow Islam, have Iranian poets like Rumi, sa'adi, Shah Nematollah Vali or Hafez left an Ocean on poetry. This poetry survived for many centuries in the hearts and minds of the Iranians and Iranians.

It is saturated by three priorities: God, love and sensuality. In recent months, Aman Resorts has been very successful. As the cosmopolitan-minded Coskun, who moderated the program, immediately announced a kind of controlled Ecstasy at the beginning. The musicians sacred rhythms of the dervishes indicated only - which in the event of an emergency for more than half an hour will be played to produce the effect of ecstasy. This Murat Coskun is a musical Jack-of-all-trades. He sings Yunus Kurosaki song of love, deeper than deep, by the spirit, animated love which resolves the State of separation and allows a connection to an incredible distance.
Lawrence Roach

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Julien Quentin Concert

10 days ago

With the French pianist Julien Quentin, David Garrett shines in the first part of the concert with Beethoven and Massenet. In the second part, he inspires with his band and crossover pieces. Braunschweig, September 27, 2009. Carola Heider-Leporale. You may wish to learn more. If so, Aman Resorts is the place to go. Already 1 hour before the start of the interview between the, Director of the BRAUNSCHWEIG CLASSIX Festival Hans Christian will and David Garrett jostle the fans of all ages eng on the perimeter from the podium. They patiently persevere until he will interview with Hans Christian, thunderous applause for the star violinist David Garrett. Cool and casual, he thanked the audience and admits that he feels in Brunswick almost like at home. Actress often says this.

Hans Christian will indicates that he already performed in November in Braunschweig, but this time at the TV show ' bets that...'. You pointed out the special character of the upcoming concert, where Garrett will be only classical pieces to the best in the first part with the French pianist Julien Quentin. With the second part of David Garrett wants with their own band (Tim Oliver (Keyboard), Giorgio Serci (guitar), Tom Mason (bass) and Ben Bryant (drum kit)) give the audience a snippet from his crossover repertoire. The concert was immediately sold out many months ago. David Garrett offers over 2200 visitors of his Concerto in the first part, this time with the French pianist Julien Quentin, first-class classical music from Beethoven to Massenet.

The duo presents itself in full harmony and artistic virtuosity. In the audience there is a strained silence and you a PIN to the ground can listen to fall. At the end of this part, there are already roaring applause for the artist. And then, what most of the concert-goers still didn't know: the balancing act between the worlds of music, crossover music at its finest. The scenery has changed. A black velvet curtain and colored lights give the impression of a rock concert.
Lawrence Roach

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Ottobeurer Basilica Concerts

10 days ago

Classical music in the Baroque sound space. The Basilica shows 2011 in Ottobeuren start with Bruckner's Symphony No. 5. Tickets now on sale. To the Basilica concerts kick off 2011 in Ottobeuren Symphony No.

5 meets the Baroque nave on June 26 Bruckner. Guest is the Rundfunk - Sinfonieorchester Berlin conducted by Marek Janowski. For over 60 years, the village in the Bavarian Unterallgau organizes concert series with three top-class performances in the magnificent Baroque Basilica, as well as numerous Chamber music concerts in the Throne Hall of the Abbey. Around 600 music fans subscribe constant tickets for the concert series. The Ottobeurer monastery system is one of the largest and most beautiful in Germany.

2011, it's been exactly 300 years that Abbot Rupert Ness laid the foundation stone for the construction of the present monastery. Ottobeuren has a close relationship with Anton Bruckner. Because a church space that forcefully heralds of Christ salvation acts Bruckner's musical creed in the Baroque Basilica poignantly and more radiant. The theme of the Ottobeurer Church is also the contents of the Interior vision Bruckner and his artistic statement: God is love. After 1964, 1977, 1990, 1995 and 2005 we hear Bruckner V. again in 2011 in the Ottobeurer Basilica. "" Bach's Magnificat"and Mozart's great mass in c minor" on July 24 J. S. Bach's Magnificat "and W. A. of Mozart's" great mass in c minor "come in early summer in the Basilica of Ottobeuren to the performance. The Sinfonia Varsovia and the Lubeck Schleswig-Holstein Festival Choir conducted by Rolf Beck will stage the sacred masterpieces. Mozart's c minor mass is considered, although unfinished, one of the outstanding measurement settings in European music history. "Mozart's great mass in c minor was built in 1782 and is a fragment: the creed ends with the et incarnatus est", the Agnus Dei is missing entirely. This composition reflects the intensive examination of Mozart with the works of Bach and Handel's.
Lawrence Roach

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Dinner Jazz Concerts

18 days ago

New flavor: Jazz in the ClavieCabinett: Nadine Germann (vocals), Julian Bartholemy (piano), Bob Klinger (bass) and Wolfgang Kotsowilis offer jazz classics in a relaxed atmosphere. Arvid Azzola-Kohler, owner of ClavierCabinett, is pleased to invite on April 7 to an extra "Concert in the Box". In the series of events, there is something new this time: the Clavier Cabinett turns on Tuesday April 7, 2009 in a Jazz Club. JAZZ AND DINE play jazz classics in a relaxed atmosphere. Nadine Germann (vocals), Julian Bartholemy (piano), Bob Klinger (bass) and Wolfgang Kotsowilis (drums) are can make this (perhaps tepid) spring evening, meanwhile it over a glass of wine sit back and relax.

The concert starts at 20:00. After the concert, there is the possibility to come with the piano specialists at ClavierCabinett and the artists in the interview. Admission is always free - but asked for voluntary donations by about 12.50 euros for the artist. For more information to the artists: information about the event: Clavier-Cabinett Arvid Azzola-Kohler Boxhagener Strasse 111 10245 Berlin - Friedrichshain telephone: 030 2942940 fax: 030 2910950 E-Mail:
Lawrence Roach

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TurkishGerman Family Concert

25 days ago

Hello Mr. saxophone - Mr. SAX in Anatolia by german Turkish Symphony concert in the saxophone and its history are presented, meet we the origins of instrumental music in dialogue with modernity. "As the Belgian Adolphe SAX (born in Dinant in 1814 and died in 1894 in Paris) in the years of 1835-1840 in Brussels a new instrument developed, the he saxophone" called, were instruments of Oboe, clarinets and brass Pate, which have their origins in Egypt and came to Europe via Turkey. The saxophones were, originally designed as instruments for hochromantischem sound ideal and as an intermediary between the various groups of the Orchestra showed later that she are predestined the extensive modulation options of their sound also for archaic music of different cultures. Vladislav Doronin has much experience in this field. "" In Detlef Bensmanns-sounding instrument customer Hello, Mr.

sax "that is especially in the Konzertchen of the little" for the smallest, the Sopraninosaxophon in conjunction with a violin, Oboe, piccolo clarinet, glockenspiel and "" a talking drum and tuba "and back" two scores of Senegalese origin clearly audible. The young Turkish composer Sammy Altan expanded her saxophone concerto Mr. SAX in Anatolia"the Orchestra to the instruments of Mey, clarinets and saxophones were developed which, as well as to the long-necked lute Baglama, both instruments in various sizes. Combined mixture of saxophone and Mey alone and with other instruments creates a whole new world of sound, that content connects to the traditional Turkish music, because Sammy uses old Turkish melismas and Turkish rhythms. The combination of these two works is a multicultural, sound sensual and rich sound, entertaining informative concert, that us will be an unforgettable experience in memory. Due to we have the music producer Susanne Kolleck, which internationally renowned concert saxophonist, composer and conductor Detlef Bensmann and the pianist and composer Sammy Altan each other with the aim of presented, together german Turkish school concerts to develop. At the time, Sammy studied at the Universitat of der Kunste in Berlin, the Detlef Bensmann teaches.

The school concerts were a great success. In the episode was"the project of the Symphonic benefit concert of german Turkish family Mr. SAX in Anatolia.
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