January 16 at 8pm
Duration 75mins
A Reserve $70/$65
B Reserve $60/$55
C Reserve $50/$45
Access Wheelchair Access Hearing 
All tix on sale Oct 29
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"They appear to melt into a single enormous string instrument. Visual reality and heard illusion blur together" RBB Kulturradio

Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop is on a mission to transform the traditional experience of concert-going. 

Founded by cellist Michael Rauter and conductor Julian Kuerti, this young chamber orchestra from Berlin is celebrated for its playful understanding of the theatre of the stage – respecting musical tradition, yet experimenting with context. 

Kaleidoskop encourages audiences to listen to music in new ways, paying attention to the combination of the classic and the contemporary – Bach, Purcell, Ikeda, Dillon and Saunders.

Since its beginnings in 2006, Kaleidoskop has set itself the task of exploring new forms of concert performance and has made its name with a series of staged concerts, musical installations and music theatre productions that are garnered an international reputation. The ensemble’s repertoire ranges from the early Baroque to contemporary music, and it works closely with young composers as well as with musicians from the metal, rock and electronic music world.  Collaborations include Sasha Waltz, Roland Kluttig, Jan St. Werner (Mouse on Mars), Jennifer Walshe, Martin Eder and Olof Boman. 

Ryoji Ikeda Op. 1 no.III
C.P.E.Bach String Symphony Wq 182 no.6
James Dillon Traumwerk no.8
Henry Purcell Fantasie a 3
James Dillon Traumwerk no.3
Henry Purcell Fantasie a 3
James Dillon Traumwerk no.3
W.F.Bach String Symphony F 67
Rebecca Saunders Rubricare
C.P.E.Bach String Symphony Wq 182 no.1
Ryoji Ikeda Op. 1 no.IV
C.P.E.Bach String Symphony Wq 182 no.5

Download the Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop daybill here.

Solistenensemble Kaleidoskop will also be featured in Semele Walk. For more details, click here.


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