Architecture: New National Gallery picks up historical concert series

With a concert by the singer Älice Martin, the New National Gallery in Berlin breathed new life into a historic series of concerts on Saturday evening.

Architecture: New National Gallery picks up historical concert series

With a concert by the singer Älice Martin, the New National Gallery in Berlin breathed new life into a historic series of concerts on Saturday evening. Since the reopening of the iconic building by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) after restoration, the sculpture garden of the Museum of 20th Century Art, which has been closed for many years, has also been accessible again.

There, the format "Jazz in the Garden" maintained until 1986 is continued with "Sound in the Garden". However, the musical spectrum is now broader.

The sculpture garden is famous for its works by Bernhard Heiliger (1915-1995), Henri Laurens (1885-1954), Renée Sintenis (1888-1965), Ernesto de Fiori (1884-1945) and the American sculptor David, who is now 94 years old Black as its own little museum.

The concerts also tie in with the current presentation of the collection "The Art of Society". In addition, the musicians can find personal connections and associations to individual works and incorporate them into a musical or performative discussion. Älice Martin, co-founder of the dancehall group Chefboss, was inspired for her performance by Sascha Wiederd's (1904-1962) "Archers".

Wandermüd, Imran Ayata and Bülent Kullukcu with Cavidan Ünal, Caner Teker and Nkisi as well as the Deep Gold Band will also perform at the concert series planned for weekends up to September 4th.

Information about "Sound in the Garden" Information about the concert Information about "Archers" Sculpture garden

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