Musik & Theater

Leben ist immer lebensgefährlich (Life is always in danger)
Markus Schirmer & friends

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In “13 Monaten” through “Dr Erich Kästner’s lyrische Hausapotheke”. Actor Wolfram Berger and pianist Markus Schirmer.
In “Leben ist immer lebensgefährlich”, they set off on a poetic, musical rollercoaster ride. The common theme is provided by the marvellous, lyrical calendar: the “13 Monate“ of Erich Kästner, that wistful satirist and tongue-in-cheek sceptic.

Wolfram Berger loves bold wordplay and biting irony. His work is characterised by an ease, a liveliness, and an intensity. He is like a bird of paradise in literary plumage; eloquent, playful, profound yet cheerful. An evening listening to him becomes a pleasurable, dreamlike experience. Markus Schirmer’s piano holds the listener captive; he caresses, confronts, develops, heads off on detours, and calls Beethoven down from the heavens.
Absurdistan. Hot, cold, fresh, loving and poetic A unique surprise
in black and white. Yet full of colour. “Are things getting better? Are things getting worse? We are forever asking these questions. But let’s be honest: life has always been a perilous business.”
Tickets: Band A €35/ B €30/ C €25; box seats 45 €,
Children and young people: A €20 / B €15 / C €9

  • Piano: Markus Schirmer
  • Actor: Wolfram Berger