Ólafur ArnaldsDi 12.11., 20 PM
hall, 622, Therese-Giehse-Str. 10; 60-87 franc
The study of music has canceled Ólafur Arnalds quickly. To the Icelanders resented the at the University common's elitism. Because of the multi-instrumentalist's not in love with although classic, it holds but for the all sublime music genre. He played as a Teenager in Hardcore-Bands drums, and is still today part of the Minimal Duo Kiasmos. Solo sits Arnalds but most of all on the piano. His first Neo-classical Album he has released in 20 years. For his last long-player "Re:member" (2018) has developed the musicians ' Software that can be used to three pianos at a Time to operate.
depth attachment: Arnalds on his keyboard instruments. Video: YouTube/NPR Music
Chilly GonzalesDi 19.11., 20 PM
Tonhalle Maag, Zahnradstr. 22; 70-100 francs
At one of his performances Chilly Gonzales always wears a silk robe and thick Slippers. Even otherwise, the Canadians don't care for the rules of etiquette for classical music Stars: He pulls jokes on the stage like released Rap albums and collaborates with various artists: he has already played for Iggy Pop on drums and supported by Feist in the album recordings. Last published his work "Solo Piano III" (2018). "The third and final part of the piano-Revue between classical, Pop and Cabaret," wrote the "music Express" about it.
only Just got up: Gonzales in the morning coat. Video: YouTube/La Blogothèque
Carlos CipaFr 22.11., 20 PM
exile, Hardstr. 245; 37 francs
The term "Neo-classic" could mean anything. That's why he fit in so well to his music, said Carlos Cipa once in an Interview. The Pianist revered Johann Sebastian Bach and Steve Reich, but also Björk and Post-Rock group Mogwai. Again and again, the Munich-based manages, with his music, an otherwise rather the Pop facing the audience. Recently released his third Album, "Retronyms" (2019). A complex work, for the actually the very the Piano fixed, the musicians resorted to exceptional instruments and modern production worked to the full.
Musically diversified: Cipa likes classical, Pop and Rock in equal measure. Video: YouTube/NDR Kultur radar
Created: 07.11.2019, 11:48 PM