The Baltic Sea Philharmonic’s ‘Waterworks’ concert with Kristjan Järvi in Berlin this Friday, 25 August 2017, will be livestreamed by European cultural channel Arte. The performance at the city’s Konzerthaus, at 8.00 pm CET, is part of the Young Euro Classic festival, which Arte (Concert.arte.tv/young-euro-classic) is covering with live streams of seven concerts. Arte’s coverage is especially welcome given that the Berlin concert is sold out, with 1,600 people expected at the venue. Together with the live-stream audience, they will experience an innovative concert show that fuses music, lighting, projection art, fashion and sound design.
The Berlin concert is the first of four performances in Germany in the next days for the Baltic Sea Philharmonic, as it continues its pioneering ‘Waterworks’ tour. The ‘Waterworks’ adventure began in May with a series of enthusiastically received concerts in Hattingen, Germany, and Copenhagen and Aarhus in Denmark. After Berlin, the orchestra will next perform in Peenemünde, on the island of Usedom, on 26 August, then in Lutherstadt Wittenberg on 27 August, and finally at Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie on 29 August.
You can also follow the livestream via the Facebook page of the Baltic Sea Philharmonic: www.facebook.com/BalticSeaPhilharmonic