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Laeiszhalle Hamburg Großer Saal
Mon, 21 May 2018 20:00
Musicbanda Franui & Florian Boesch / »Alles wieder gut«
Lieder Recital / Hamburg International Music Festival
The Romantic-era art song is a strange gem from another time. Franz Schubert, perhaps the best-known composer of the genre, wrote a huge body of lieder in his short life, and colleagues like Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms and Gustav Mahler took up the baton from him. Schubert’s idea of love consisted of a long and precise look at the landscape of the human soul. The group Musicbanda Franui from East Tyrol has a reputation for revealing unknown facets in familiar repertoire; together with baritone Florian Boesch, they have selected a series of songs that explore a single moment, the duration of a second, under the burning-glass of eternity, as it were. Songs about pausing and remembering, and also about standstill. To accompany these contemplations, Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg has created a vivid film installation, a »transitory stage set«, that makes us aware of how fleeting life is.
Florian Boesch bass baritone
Johannes Eder clarinet, bass clarinet
Andreas Fuetsch tuba
Romed Hopfgartner soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, clarinet
Markus Kraler double bass, accordion
Angelika Rainer harp, zither, vocals
Bettina Rainer dulcimer, vocals
Markus Rainer trumpet
Andreas Schett trumpet
Martin Senfter trombone, vocals
Nikolai Tunkowitsch violin
Andreas Schett & Markus Kraler composition / arrangement
Jonas Dahlberg stage, video
Ein Liederabend mit einem vergänglichen Bühnenbild von Jonas Dahlberg
Die Vögel D 691
Heidenröslein D 257
Trockne Blumen aus: Die schöne Müllerin D 795
Die zwei blauen Augen / Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Es fiel ein Reif in der Frühlingsnacht op. 64/3 Nr. 2 / Romanzen und Balladen
Ging heute morgen übers Feld / Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Die Sonne scheint nicht mehr / Deutsche Volkslieder 1894 Nr. 5
Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht / Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Der arme Peter op. 53
Du bist die Ruh D 776
Da unten im Tale / Deutsche Volkslieder 1894 Nr. 6
Abendstern D 806
Über die Heide hallet op. 86/4
Am Tage Aller Seelen D 343 »Litanei auf das Fest Aller Seelen«
Ich hab ein glühend Messer / Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen aus: Rückert-Lieder
19:00 / Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Kleiner Saal
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Food & Drink
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Since 1908, the Laeiszhalle has been a meeting place for Hamburg's musical life. The neo-baroque Laeiszhalle Grand Hall accommodates over 2,000 guests.
Cloakrooms are located in the foyer areas. Baby carriages, wheeled walkers, walking-stick umbrellas, handbags larger than DIN A3 (42 cm x 30 cm) as well as sport bags, backpacks and suitcases must be checked in at the cloakroom. If required, wheeled walkers can be parked in the immediate vicinity of the hall entrances. Our front of house staff is happy to assist you in this regard.
Cloakroom fee: €1.50
The accessible entrance to the Grand Hall and Brahms Foyer is located on Gorch-Fock-Wall. The Brahms Foyer is only accessible to folding wheelchairs or wheelchairs under 75 cm in width.
The accessible entrance to the Recital Hall is located at Dammtorwall 46 (Artists’ Entrance). The Recital Hall is only accessible to folding wheelchairs or wheelchairs under 68 cm in width.
Three parking spaces for visitors with disabilities are located at the entrance on Gorch-Fock-Wall. Six parking spaces for visitors with disabilities are available in front of the Artists’ Entrance on Dragonerstall.
All halls and spaces are accessible for visitors with disabilities. The Grand Hall has space for six wheelchairs, while the Recital Hall has space for four wheelchairs (audience seats can be dismounted to make space for two further wheelchair spaces). Space for wheelchairs in the Brahms Foyer is available. Further information
The Laeiszhalle can be easily reached by bus, underground and bicycle.
The nearest stops include:
Underground line U2: Gänsemarkt / Messehallen
Underground line U1: Stephansplatz
Bus 4, 5, 109, Schnellbus 34, 36: Stephansplatz
Bus 3, 112, Schnellbus 35, 36: Johannes-Brahms-Platz
City bicycle (Stadtrad) station: Sievekingplatz / Gorch-Fock-Wall
Gänsemarkt multistorey car park: Dammtorwall / Welckerstrasse, 20355 Hamburg
First 30 minutes: €2.00
First 60 minutes: €4.00
Rate per further hour or part thereof: €4.00
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24-Hour Rate: maximum €30.00
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All halls and spaces are accessible for visitors with disabilities. More information at www.elbphilharmonie.de/en/accessibility.
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