Schlossfestspiele Ludwigsburg




»Concert Halls«

Please Note: The Audio is only available in german.

What will the concert hall of the future look like – a magnificent landmark or a meeting place? With the composer Brigitta Muntendorf we discuss the possible, with Wiebke Rademacher the way it used to be – when dogs were still allowed. The perspective of architecture comes from Prof. Jörg Friedrich, who says: »Theatres have been the real hybrids in architecture for centuries. They are asylums, swimming pools, space stations, cathedrals, sacred places, rubbish dumps and works of art all at the same time.«

«Des Pudels Kern« is a new series of conversations around classical music, pop, philosophy, art and science. We suck the fat off, listen back and into the future. What does Mozart’s Figaro tell us about abuse of power, what links martial arts and archery, and what do we learn from romance for living in climate disaster? The Poodle offers listeners direct access to music and what it has to say: about the beauty of the world and the crises of our time.

A production by Elisa Erkelenz and David-Maria Gramse in cooperation with Kölner Philharmonie, Konzerthaus Dortmund, Heidelberger Frühling, Mozartfest Würzburg, Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele, Bochumer Symphoniker im Anneliese Brost Musikforum Ruhr and WDR 3.

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