- Babylon Berlin live concert experience at Berlin’s Theater des Westens on 11, 12 and 13 September
- Baltic Sea Philharmonic and Kristjan Järvi return to Berlin after ‘Midnight Sun’ tour in June 2023
- Impressive line-up of Johnny Klimek, Kristjan Järvi, Baltic Sea Philharmonic, Meret Becker, Max Raabe, Natalia Mateo, Madame Le Pustra, Eckart Runge & Jacques Ammon
Berlin, 16 May 2023. After opening their ‘Midnight Sun‘ summer tour at the Berlin Philharmonie on 21 June 2023, the Baltic Sea Philharmonic and Kristjan Järvi will return to Berlin in September. On 11, 12 and 13 September the orchestra will present the pulsating sounds of Babylon Berlin at the Theater des Westens, where it will be joined by an impressive artist line-up of Meret Becker, Max Raabe, Natalia Mateo, Madame Le Pustra, Cristina Russo, and Eckart Runge & Jacques Ammon. Under the musical direction of Johnny Klimek and Kristjan Järvi, this live premiere of the soundtrack from the popular TV series will be a breathtaking stage show. Projected images from the series will combine with the scintillating score to bring the heady atmosphere of Weimar-era Berlin to life. A large part of the performance will be recorded for ARD and presented as a special event to mark the premiere of the fourth season of Babylon Berlin at the beginning of October.
The spectacular Babylon Berlin concert experience is a collaboration between TingelTangel and Sunbeam Productions, with the support of X Filme Creative Pool, the production company behind the TV series.
Baltic Sea Philharmonic – a revolution in music and culture
The Baltic Sea Philharmonic takes the orchestral concert experience to a new dimension. Every performance is a voyage of musical discovery, as the musicians perform the entire programme from memory, creating a one-of-a-kind artistic journey. Each concert is a unique spectacle of sound, light, visual art, technology, choreography and playing by heart, and under the electrifying baton of Music Director and Founding Conductor Kristjan Järvi every performance has a special energy that’s absolutely infectious. But even more than this, as a community of musicians from ten Nordic countries, the Baltic Sea Philharmonic transcends boundaries and has become a movement for bringing people together. Embodying all that is innovative and progressive about the Nordic region, this visionary ensemble is taking the traditional orchestral model further than ever before. ‘It is a living breathing creature, with boundless energy and enthusiasm for the new – an adventure in itself,’ says Kristjan Järvi.
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