International Chamber Music Season: Members of Berliner Philharmoniker and guests

See a concert with soloists Dagmar Manzel (Soprano), Emmanuel Pahud (Flute), Manfred Preis (Clarinet), Kotowa Machida (Violin), Martin Stegner (Viola) and Helmut Nieberle (Guitar)
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Members of the Berlin Philharmonic
Dagmar Manzel, Presenter
Dagmar Manzel, Soprano
Robert Gallinowski, Presenter
Emmanuel Pahud, Flute
Manfred Preis, Clarinet
Kotowa Machida, Violin
Martin Stegner, Viola
Esko Laine, Double Bass
Helmut Nieberle, Guitar
Uwe Hilprecht, Keyboard
Cordelia Hofer, Keyboard
Enter a world of seductive decadence and biting satire as 1920s Berlin cabaret takes over Southbank Centre courtesy of musicians from the celebrated Berliner Philharmoniker. The Daily Telegraph said their last performance at Southbank Centre was 'striking for its muscular energy and unerring dramatic pacing.'

Alex Ross described Berlin in this period as 'the first all-night city, the city without shame,' a fleeting moment when classical music, composed by the likes of Kurt Weill, mixed easily with the worlds of art, fashion, jazz and music theatre.

Presiding over this evening's intoxicating entertainment are singer Dagmar Manzel and narrator Robert Gallinowski. They weave cabaret songs by composers such as Weill, Erman, Heymann, Schoenberg and Hindemith around ironic observations, political interjections and menacing bohemian wit.

Southbank Centre: Queen Elizabeth Hall

Belvedere Road
London Greater London United Kingdom SE1 8XX