Dave Longstreth / Dirty Projectors / stargaze

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A new Song of the Earth

»Let’s do something new,« said Dave Longstreth of the Dirty Projectors and André de Ridder, leader of the experimental Berlin orchestra collective stargaze, when they met at the Sydney Festival in 2013. And indeed, the composer and frontman of the famous American rock band kept his word: Following one of his recent singles »Earth Crisis«, he now created »Song of the Earth in Crisis« for the musicians of Stargaze. Longstreth, who founded the Dirty Projectors back in 2002 in New York, explains: »In the 111 years since Gustav Mahler’s ›Song of the Earth‹ was first performed, our relationship to the earth has changed dramatically. So it seemed time to reframe that idea.«

Please note: The concert start time has been changed from 18:00 to 20:00. Tickets retain their validity, ticket buyers will be informed directly by e-mail.

Performers

Dave Longstreth guitar, vocals

Kristin Slipp vocals

stargaze

Isa Goldschmeding violin
Shelley Sörensen violin
Thora Sveinsdóttir viola
Alistair Sung violoncello
Caimin Gilmore double bass
Ramon Lormans percussion
Vitaliy Kyianytsia harmonium, celesta
Maaike van der Linde flute, vocals
Marlies van Gangelen oboe, englischhorn
Daniel Boeke clarinet, bass clarinet
Romain Bly horn, trumpet
Ian Sankey trombone

conductor André de Ridder

Programme

Dirty Projectors
Earth Crisis

Dave Longstreth
Das Lied von der Erde 2: Song of the Earth in Crisis (Uraufführung, Auftrag von Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Helsinki Festival, Barbican Centre London, National Concert Hall Dublin und DeSingel Antwerpen)

Estimated end time

21:40

Festival

Elbphilharmonie Summer

Promoter: HamburgMusik

In cooperation with the International Summer Festival Kampnagel

During your visit

Elbphilharmonie Plaza

A public viewing platform on the 8th floor of the Elbphilharmonie

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Before the concert and in the interval

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