Music

Adrienne Haan sings Kurt Weill

Adrienne Haan
09.11.2022

Adrienne Haan, a German-Luxemburgish singer who performed at legendary Manhattan’s Carnegie Hall, sings Kurt Weill. At the crossroads between drama and opera, this German-born composer, who went into exile in the United States, is known to have been censured by the Nazi regime owing to its Jewish descent and his sympathy for communism. Adrienne Haan interprets his most beautiful songs, offering a musical voyage in German, French and English through time and the continents, from the Weimar Berlin period of the 1920s to his exile years in France in the 30s all the way to New York’s Broadway of the 40s.

Upcoming performances open to the public

Information

  • Duration 90 min.
  • Language German, French and English
  • Place Theater
  • Full price Cat. 1 : 20 €
    Cat. 2 : 16 €
  • Young persons Cat. 1 : 9 €
    Cat. 2 : 8 €

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Credits

De et par Adrienne Haan Direction artistique Barry Kleinbort Musique sur scène Ralf Gessler (batterie), Volker Kamp (basse, tuba), Peter Kowal (guitare, banjo), Maurice Maurer (violon), Julian Ritter (saxophone, clarinette, flûte), Benjamin Schaefer (piano)

Production

Parrainage Ambassade d’Allemagne au Luxembourg