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Fri 22 April 2022 - 7.30 pm | Haus des Rundfunks

Mensch, Musik! #3 Hotspot Earth

Vladimir Jurowski

The new concert series "Mensch, Musik!" in the Großer Sendesaal of the Haus des Rundfunks

Programme

Werke von Jean Féry Rebel, Alfred Schnittke, Brett Dean, Einojuhani Rautavaara und Mischa Tangian

Cast

Vladimir Jurowski - Dirigent

Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin

Marion Brasch - Konzeption und Textrezitation

Neil Barry Moss - Szenische Einrichtung

Konzert mit

in Kooperation mit

Hotspot Earth

April 22, 2022 is “Earth Day.” We celebrate the blue planet, but at the same time we need and want to draw attention to the growing threats to our world. One of the most alarming threats to this world is the ongoing climate crisis. The RSB is addressing the issue of climate change in dialogue with the Institute for Transformative Sustainability Research in Potsdam (IASS). The musicians of the RSB, above all the chief conductor Vladimir Jurowski, are aware of their own attitude to the topic and offer suitable musical forms of expression. Composers of all epochs have already dealt with the relationship of man to his environment and described in their music the beauty of nature, which is increasingly being lost due to man-made climate change. Transience, destruction, but also hope. The Earth Day concert and the program of this evening is the creative result of an extraordinary orchestral sensitization process, at the end of which we also want to enter into conversation with the audience.

Mensch, Musik!

“Mensch, Musik!” is a new series of four concerts in the Großer Sendesaal of the Haus des Rundfunks that uses music and interdisciplinary art elements to address socially relevant topics. More information here.

Artists

Vladimir Jurowski © Simon Pauly

Vladimir Jurowski

Dirigent

Marion Brasch

Marion Brasch

Konzeption und Textrezitation

Neil Barry Moss © Thomas Jauk

Neil Barry Moss

Szenische Einrichtung

Ticket information

Fri 22 April 2022 - 7.30 pm Haus des Rundfunks

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