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VERGEHEN is an opera that you walk. Simply download the VERGEHEN app to your smartphone, take your headphones and walk at the Munich river Isar. You can walk VERGEHEN on any day at any time and in any weather. With Sarah Aristidou (Vocals) and Anja Lechner (Cello) More Informationen here: https://mathis-nitschke.com/en/vergehen/Find out more »
In this group exhibition at Storage by Hyundai Card in Seoul, six artists reflect on the meanwhile 50-year-old oeuvre of the record label ECM Records. Instead of - as the poster suggests - presenting relics and devotional objects from the history of ECM, we try to pour the meaning and effects that ECM has had and still has on our work and life into our own artistic positions.Find out more »
by Thomas Jonigk after Klaus Mann DIRECTOR: Thomas Jonigk Stage and costumes: Ric Schachtebeck MUSIC | TON | VIDEO: Mathis Nitschke DRAMATURGY: Thomaspeter Goergen LIGHT: Christian Franzen The fascination of the downfall that one even denies seeing eye. The eroticism of evil, sex appeal of destruction. Babylon Berlin, the Pompeii between the world wars. Russian gangs, German fascists* inside, international careerists* inside, party people between Moka Efti and Berghain, conspiracies, party cries, the latent excitement: everything can fly around our…Find out more »
In a rare solo performance, Jonas Kaufmann, “the world’s greatest tenor” (The Telegraph, UK), takes on the Wade Thompson Drill Hall in a theatrical staging of Franz Schubert’s Schwanengesang (Swan Song), directed by one of opera’s most adventurous directors, Claus Guth, and designed by Michael Levine. Composed in 1828 in Schubert’s final days, Schwanengesang is a heart-melting collection of songs that portray a man in despair, delusion, and at times, in ecstasy. The production folds in additional Schubert repertory as well as sound compositions by Mathis Nitschke. Named for the ultimate song “Der Doppelgänger,” this production stages songs with lyrics from poems by Ludwig Rellstab and Heinrich Heine, works that are the pinnacle of a vocalist’s repertory. The myriad emotions that the cycle runs, from the jubilant “Liebesbotschaft” to the somber depth of “Der Doppelgänger,” will display a genre-defying performance by Kaufmann.
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