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Fri, 22 Feb 2019 20:00
Festival »Lux aeterna«
The soft melodies of the Iranian Duo Naqsh (Persian for »ornamentation«) are lyrical and enchanting. The Tehran-born musicians’ compositions are an intimate dialogue between the clarinet and the guitar. »It’s as if we were writing poems together«, says clarinettist Mona Matbou Riahi, describing their joint music-making. The internationally active Duo Naqsh gently and carefully blend Persian keys, ornaments and rhythms with contemporary chamber music and jazz sounds. The result is a deep, contemplative encounter between eastern and western musical traditions and a »perfect testament to the universality of music« (Chicago Jazz Magazine).
Golfam Khayam guitar
Mona Matbou Riahi clarinet
Pre-Concert Talk with Bahar Roshanai (in German)
19:00 / Halle 424,
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Supported by the Stiftung Elbphilharmonie
Halle 424 was built in the 1950s as part of Germany’s biggest freight transhipment terminal and has been defying the storm tides ever since. The industrial landmark has provided a home for artistic projects since 2014. As a venue for classical and jazz concerts, Halle 424 is playing an important part in the transformation of the Oberhafen (upper port) into a creative quarter.
Behind the Oberhafenkantine restaurant, follow the loading ramp on your left until you reach the blue gate, no. 24, at Güterhalle 4.
Underground line U1 to Steinstraße, then approx. 11 minutes by foot
Underground line U4 to HafenCity-Universität, then approx. 11 minutes by foot
Bus 111 to U HafenCity-Universität
Busses 3, 34 or 112 to U Steinstraße
Distance from Central Train Station: 1,300 metres (approx. 20 minutes by foot)
Parking spaces are available on the Oberhafen premises (Stockmeyerstraße) and the Deichtorhallen car park.
Halle 424 is not accessible for persons with mobility disabilities.