The IBZ Berlin invites: concerts and lectures on current culture, politics and science
The meeting and cultural program in the IBZ is a central feature of the association. The aim of the association is to encourage the exchange of ideas between scientists and artists and their German colleagues, so as to build inter-disciplinary relations. The IBZ therefore organises regular concerts, lectures and exciting panel discussions with scientists and guests from all over the world.
Anne Krainz is responsible for the event management and not only organises and manages such events but also plans the annual program together with both residents and event partners.
If you would like to organise an exhibition in the IBZ, give a concert or a talk about your academic work, please write to Anne Krainz at anne.krainz (at) ibz-berlin.de. We look forward to you hearing from you.
7:30 PM - Hall, House D 4th floor - Admission free
Concert and talk by Maria Behrendt (Moderation), Anna Schors (Mezzosopran) and Paul Heller (Piano)
The concert and talk will take you through the unique musical world of Schubert and Carl Banck.
7:30 PM, Hall, House D 4th floor - Admission free
"... and those in the dark remain unseen"
That is the motto Peter Siche (vocals) and Klaus Schäfer (piano) are using for their evening with Brecht.All texts and lyrics are originally by Brecht the music is mainly by Hanns Eisler.
7:30 PM, Club - Admission free
Danish artists Line Bøgh + live visuals by Christian Gundtoft is a modern form of storytelling. Line’s musical universe is fragile, playful and poetic - she works with vocal loops, keyboard sounds, omnichord and laptop which creates an atmospheric soundscape around the songs.
While she plays, Christian creates and projects drawings and animations up on the stage, and the stories of the songs are being told through the visuals.
The mixture of music and live drawing creates a quite unique and intimate concert experience.
7:30 PM, Hall, House D 4th floor - admission free
Marlene Dietrich, Hildegard Knef, Edith Piaf, Serge Gainsbourg, Gilbert Bécaud and Dalida are presented in the multi language programme as well as italian pop music, tango from Argentina, little weird "Schlager Music" and some surprising own songs by the trio.
The music is spiritedd, jaunty, romantic and full of power and self irony.