20 years of rainy days – 15 years of rainy days at the Philharmonie!
The festival rainy days features encounters in their many forms: «come together»!
In our polarized Western societies, in which more and more people perceive difference as threatening and retreat to their small «bubbles», encounters have gained ever more importance. Yet the arts have always enabled, documented and been inspired by encounters: with other arts and artists, styles, experiences, emotions, world views, places, cultures, eras – the coronavirus crisis has made us feel this even more emphatically.
rainy days invites the audience to see, hear, experience and share encounters of the most diverse kinds on a broad range of contexts in 22 concerts, performances, installations as well as artist talks and a conference.
They include the dense interweaving of visual arts, film, performance and music in the works by William Kentridge and François Sarhan. The intense artistic and human relationship of a composer to performers. Concerts for only one listener. The solitude of digital worlds. Classical Persian music in dialogue with Western baroque and contemporary music. Experimental electronic music from Africa. A live sound walk with more than 100 young musicians.
«come together» presents Ensemble Adapter, Ensemble Apparat, Ensemblekollektiv Berlin, ensemble recherche, Ictus, L’Instant Donné, Noise Watchers, Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, UGDA, United Instruments of Lucilin, Anthony Braxton, Bijan & Keyvan Chemirani, Cedrik Fermont, William Kentridge, Stephen O’Malley, Nacho de Paz, Gwen Rouger, Sokratis Sinopoulos, Tamara Stefanovich, Markus Stenz...
Featuring premieres and new works by Georges Aperghis, Milica Djordjevic, Evelyn Ficarra, Irene Galindo Quero, Rama Gottfried, Catherine Kontz, Michelle Lou, Alvin Lucier, Nicholas Morrish, Max Murray, Damiano Picci, François Sarhan & William Kentridge...
Tickets & Festival passe-partout
rainy days 2020
The rainy days festival pass and the tickets for all events of the festival are available from 21.09.2020.
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