In no textbook, in no conventional concert one learns so much in such a short time about the life and music of probably the most famous composers in Europe, as in this extraordinary concert with pianist and entertainer Felix Reuter. Chatting fantastic stories, pointedly and musically described - he improvises his way through the earworms of classical music.
What would have happened if Beethoven and Bach had known each other? What does Frank Sinatra have to do with Franz Liszt? Reuter also has a few surprises in store in honor of Sergei V. Rachmaninoff's 150th birthday, performing his own versions of the classical masterpieces.
The Weimar pianist reveals which melodies were cleverly stolen then and now. In an original way, Felix Reuter presents to the audience which new works have been created from them.
(Program in German)