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Jazzfestival vom 17. bis 22. April 2024

4. Jazzfestival »Rebers' Road and Radio Show«

Die Fusion von Jazz mit Lyrik in der Tischlerei

17
Wed
April
20:00 - 21:30
€ 25,00 / reduced € 15,00
Freie Platzwahl
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Andreas Rebers meets musicians of the Deutsche Oper Berlin big band

ca. 90 Minuten / Keine Pause

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17
Wed
April
20:00 - 21:30
€ 25,00 / reduced € 15,00
Freie Platzwahl
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Andreas Rebers is known for his critical and humorous statements, which sometimes hold up a mirror, but always get to the heart of the matter in a direct and astute way. But he is also and above all known for the fact that he always likes to dress his texts in music. He is therefore the ideal candidate for the "Jazz and Lyrics" series at the Deutsche Oper Berlin.

For his "Road and Radio Show", he is now enlisting the virtuoso support of the musicians of the Deutsche Oper big band to present a programme that has never been performed before. Stylistically colourful, humorous and critical, he presents his musical side with a top line-up of fantastic instrumental soloists.

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This is already the 4th jazz festival that brings together musicians from the BigBand with jazz musician friends and jazz-tested orchestra musicians. In the moderated concerts in the Tischlerei, the focus this time is on the music of Andreas Reber (on 17/18 April), Louis Armstrong (on 19 April) and George Gershwin (on 20 April). The festival will conclude with two jazz concerts for children, which - like the highly acclaimed versions of "Jungle Book" and "The Ballad of Robin Hood" that won awards from the press and critics - will also be published as an audio book for young jazz fans: On 21 and 22 April, Oscar Wilde's "Ghost of Canterville" tries ever more desperately to teach the new American inhabitants of his old English castle to be creepy.

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