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At the end of winter, the “Projections” festival provides fresh impulses for the mind and nourishes the soul. Over ten days, the Konzerthaus Berlin becomes a canvas for new ideas that combine music with light, colors, shapes and visions.



The festival takes up an old discussion and places it in the context of the present:

Does music need a non-musical partner?

In the visual age of the 21st century, it is worth trying out this connection again and again, especially when it results in such sophisticated, synesthetically inspiring concerts as “Projections”.


Program

The heart of the festival is a 13-hour marathon in which all 32 Beethoven piano sonatas are performed, accompanied by the complete picture cycle of the internationally acclaimed Berlin artist Jorinde Voigt. In the late hours of the night, an AI spins the perspective on Beethoven further towards a 33rd piano sonata.

The experimental Jack Quartet combines choreographed live performance with virtual worlds.

In the mini-series “Visual Music Night”, visual artists and DJs work together with classical musicians.

The renowned opera lighting designer Franck Evin casts a new light on Robert Schumann’s romantic “Dichterliebe”.

In “Labyrinth”, Lera Auerbach takes Modest Mussorgsky’s classic “Pictures at an Exhibition” further and then takes us into her interdisciplinary “universe”.


FESTIVAL: PROJECTIONS from February 7 to 15, 2025
Additional information

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http://www.konzerthaus.de/de/schule
Dates
February 2025
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