January 26 to 30, 2021
It sometimes seems like it’s impossible to have Kurt Weill without Bertolt Brecht. However, the creative work of the Jewish composer who was born in Dessau, matured to become an artist in 1920s Berlin, and fled from the Nazis is much broader than The Threepenny Opera or Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny. In America, where Weill lived from 1935 until his death in 1950, he wrote musicals and celebrated successes on Broadway that were filmed in Hollywood.
Vladimir Korneev honours Weill’s life’s work with his new programme YOUKALI – named after the play Weill wrote in exile about a utopian land in which everyone is respected, loved and allowed to feel free.
With “an unbelievably nuanced voice over several octaves” (Berliner Morgenpost), the Georgian-born singer and actor brings the universal language of Weill’s music into the here and now. In addition to his kindred spirit, concert pianist and arranger Liviu Petcu, he is also accompanied by Oleg Nehls (accordion), Tom Auffarth (bass and percussion).
For more information about the artist, please visit: www.vladimirkorneev.com
Admission and restaurant open Mo-Sat from 6:30 pm / Sundays from 5:30 pm.
As changes may occur to the performance schedule at short notice, please check our calendar.
Please note that children are only permitted from the age of 6.
Upon entering the venue, you assign your rights to any sound and image recordings of your person, free of charge and without any spatial restrictions.