Concert and Talk

Johannes Brahms
Clarinet trio in a minor, Op. 114

The Role of Musicians in the Shaping of Public Opinion
an artist talk

David Orlowsky Trio
“Paris-Odessa”

2017-10-09 01:00:00 2017-10-09 22:00 Europe/Berlin Concert and Talk

Johannes Brahms
Clarinet trio in a minor, Op. 114

The Role of Musicians in the Shaping of Public Opinion
an artist talk

David Orlowsky Trio
“Paris-Odessa”

Radialsystem V Halle ID Festival 2017 info@idfestival.com
© Sim Canetty Clarke | Hyperion Records

ID Friends I

Hugo Wolf – “Italian Serenade”
Franz Schubert – B-flat sonata
Richard Strauss – Rosenkavalier Suite
Arnold Schönberg – “Transfigured Night”

with: Guy Braunstein, Rosanne Philippens, Ulrich Knörzer, Gilad Karni, Olaf Maninger, Zvi Plesser, Gili Schwarzman, Sacha Rattle, Chezy Nir, Ohad Ben-Ari, Gil Garburg and Sivan Silver

2017-10-13 2017-10-13 21:00 Europe/Berlin ID Friends I

Hugo Wolf – “Italian Serenade”
Franz Schubert – B-flat sonata
Richard Strauss – Rosenkavalier Suite
Arnold Schönberg – “Transfigured Night”

with: Guy Braunstein, Rosanne Philippens, Ulrich Knörzer, Gilad Karni, Olaf Maninger, Zvi Plesser, Gili Schwarzman, Sacha Rattle, Chezy Nir, Ohad Ben-Ari, Gil Garburg and Sivan Silver

Radialsystem V Saal ID Festival 2017 info@idfestival.com
© Ruthe Zuntz

ID Friends II

Antonín Dvořák – Dumky Trio
Arnold Schönberg – Chamber Symphony Op. 9
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy – “…oder soll es Tod bedeuten?”

with: Anna Prohaska, Guy Braunstein, Rosanne Philippens, Gilad Karni, Olaf Maninger, Zvi Plesser, Gili Schwarzman, Sacha Rattle, Chezy Nir and Ohad Ben-Ari

2017-10-14 2017-10-14 21:00 Europe/Berlin ID Friends II

Antonín Dvořák – Dumky Trio
Arnold Schönberg – Chamber Symphony Op. 9
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy – “…oder soll es Tod bedeuten?”

with: Anna Prohaska, Guy Braunstein, Rosanne Philippens, Gilad Karni, Olaf Maninger, Zvi Plesser, Gili Schwarzman, Sacha Rattle, Chezy Nir and Ohad Ben-Ari

Radialsystem V Saal ID Festival 2017 info@idfestival.com
© Holger Hage

ID Friends III

Betty Olivero – “Aria” for clarinet, violin, cello and piano
Johannes Brahms – Piano Quintet in F minor
Ludwig van Beethoven – Flute Quintet
Zoltán Kodály – “Dances of Galanta”

with: Guy Braunstein, Rosanne Philippens, Olaf Maninger, Zvi Plesser, Gilad Karni, Gili Schwarzman, Sacha Rattle, Chezy Nir, Ohad Ben-Ari and Jonathan Aner

2017-10-15 2017-10-15 21:00 Europe/Berlin ID Friends III

Betty Olivero – “Aria” for clarinet, violin, cello and piano
Johannes Brahms – Piano Quintet in F minor
Ludwig van Beethoven – Flute Quintet
Zoltán Kodály – “Dances of Galanta”

with: Guy Braunstein, Rosanne Philippens, Olaf Maninger, Zvi Plesser, Gilad Karni, Gili Schwarzman, Sacha Rattle, Chezy Nir, Ohad Ben-Ari and Jonathan Aner

Radialsystem V Saal ID Festival 2017 info@idfestival.com
© Marco Borggreve

Habima Theater

In cooperation with the Gorki Theater, two guest performances of the Israeli State Theater are scheduled as a part of the ID Festival Berlin 2017: the second evening will be proceeded by the discussion panel “Habima in Berlin” that explores the historical context behind the theater’s short-lived existence in the city.

2017-10-24 20:00:00 2017-10-24 22:00 Europe/Berlin Habima Theater

In cooperation with the Gorki Theater, two guest performances of the Israeli State Theater are scheduled as a part of the ID Festival Berlin 2017: the second evening will be proceeded by the discussion panel “Habima in Berlin” that explores the historical context behind the theater’s short-lived existence in the city.

Maxim Gorki Theater ID Festival 2017 info@idfestival.com
© Habima

Symposium

This season Habima is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Originally founded in Moscow, in 1926 the company left Russia to find a temporary home in Berlin, before making its final journey to Palestine in 1931. The symposium will explore the Theatre’s connection to Berlin and examine the historical cultural and social conditions that allowed a Hebrew-speaking theatre to flourish in Berlin at the time.

Guests: Prof. Anat Feinberg (Heidelberg), Matthias Naumann (Berlin), Sebastian Schirrmeister (Hamburg). Moderator: Ofer Waldman

2017-10-25 2017-10-25 17:30 Europe/Berlin Symposium

This season Habima is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Originally founded in Moscow, in 1926 the company left Russia to find a temporary home in Berlin, before making its final journey to Palestine in 1931. The symposium will explore the Theatre’s connection to Berlin and examine the historical cultural and social conditions that allowed a Hebrew-speaking theatre to flourish in Berlin at the time.

Guests: Prof. Anat Feinberg (Heidelberg), Matthias Naumann (Berlin), Sebastian Schirrmeister (Hamburg). Moderator: Ofer Waldman

Maxim Gorki Theater ID Festival 2017 info@idfestival.com

Habima Theater

In cooperation with the Gorki Theater, two guest performances of the Israeli State Theater are scheduled as a part of the ID Festival Berlin 2017: the second evening will be proceeded by the discussion panel “Habima in Berlin” that explores the historical context behind the theater’s short-lived existence in the city.

2017-10-25 20:00:00 2017-10-25 22:00 Europe/Berlin Habima Theater

In cooperation with the Gorki Theater, two guest performances of the Israeli State Theater are scheduled as a part of the ID Festival Berlin 2017: the second evening will be proceeded by the discussion panel “Habima in Berlin” that explores the historical context behind the theater’s short-lived existence in the city.

Maxim Gorki Theater ID Festival 2017 info@idfestival.com
© Habima

Science of Signs Part II: Oráculo

“Oráculo” is the second chapter in the progressive wave’s performance trilogy “Science of Signs”. After presenting “Lights & Vessels” at ID festival 2016, Gal Naor and Matan Zamir continue with the development of their unique dramaturgical language and the rendering of the ancient scriptures into contemporary stage directions. Displaying juxtapositions and overlaps of several spiritual doctrines, this performative hybrid is a thought-out collision between various ancient wisdoms, cultures and traditions.

20:00 – Ballhaus Ost
2018-01-26 2018-01-26 21:00 Europe/Berlin Science of Signs Part II: Oráculo

“Oráculo” is the second chapter in the progressive wave’s performance trilogy “Science of Signs”. After presenting “Lights & Vessels” at ID festival 2016, Gal Naor and Matan Zamir continue with the development of their unique dramaturgical language and the rendering of the ancient scriptures into contemporary stage directions. Displaying juxtapositions and overlaps of several spiritual doctrines, this performative hybrid is a thought-out collision between various ancient wisdoms, cultures and traditions.

Ballhaus Ost ID Festival 2017 info@idfestival.com
© Ruthe Zuntz

Science of Signs Part II: Oráculo

“Oráculo” is the second chapter in the progressive wave’s performance trilogy “Science of Signs”. After presenting “Lights & Vessels” at ID festival 2016, Gal Naor and Matan Zamir continue with the development of their unique dramaturgical language and the rendering of the ancient scriptures into contemporary stage directions. Displaying juxtapositions and overlaps of several spiritual doctrines, this performative hybrid is a thought-out collision between various ancient wisdoms, cultures and traditions.

20:00 – Ballhaus Ost
2018-01-27 2018-01-27 21:00 Europe/Berlin Science of Signs Part II: Oráculo

“Oráculo” is the second chapter in the progressive wave’s performance trilogy “Science of Signs”. After presenting “Lights & Vessels” at ID festival 2016, Gal Naor and Matan Zamir continue with the development of their unique dramaturgical language and the rendering of the ancient scriptures into contemporary stage directions. Displaying juxtapositions and overlaps of several spiritual doctrines, this performative hybrid is a thought-out collision between various ancient wisdoms, cultures and traditions.

Ballhaus Ost ID Festival 2017 info@idfestival.com
© Ruthe Zuntz

Science of Signs Part II: Oráculo

“Oráculo” is the second chapter in the progressive wave’s performance trilogy “Science of Signs”. After presenting “Lights & Vessels” at ID festival 2016, Gal Naor and Matan Zamir continue with the development of their unique dramaturgical language and the rendering of the ancient scriptures into contemporary stage directions. Displaying juxtapositions and overlaps of several spiritual doctrines, this performative hybrid is a thought-out collision between various ancient wisdoms, cultures and traditions.

20:00 – Ballhaus Ost
2018-01-28 2018-01-28 21:00 Europe/Berlin Science of Signs Part II: Oráculo

“Oráculo” is the second chapter in the progressive wave’s performance trilogy “Science of Signs”. After presenting “Lights & Vessels” at ID festival 2016, Gal Naor and Matan Zamir continue with the development of their unique dramaturgical language and the rendering of the ancient scriptures into contemporary stage directions. Displaying juxtapositions and overlaps of several spiritual doctrines, this performative hybrid is a thought-out collision between various ancient wisdoms, cultures and traditions.

Ballhaus Ost ID Festival 2017 info@idfestival.com
© Ruthe Zuntz