While the ensemble "Die Braunschweiger Solisten" plays music from the 1920s, a panorama of this period unfolds on the screen. Together with students from the film class at the HBK, filmmaker Thomas Bartels has collected photos from Braunschweig archives and historical film footage, assembled photo and film collages, filmed historical machines and recorded the sepentine dance of a Russian ballerina in St. Petersburg. On this evening, 16mm films and 35mm slides, analogue, black-and-white and hand-coloured, will be projected onto the screen for the first time with ten projectors next to and on top of each other, accompanied by salon music and works by Brunswick composers of the Weimar Republic compiled by the musicians.
In an improvised duet, music and projection merge into a multimedia event that catapults us back one hundred years.
Contributors: Vlady Bystrov/Brass, Lenka Zupkova /Violin, Snezana Nesic /Accoredeon, Johanne Keller /Contrabass
Organiser: Vlady Bystrov and the Cultural Institute of the City of Braunschweig
Venue: Red Hall in the Castle, Schlossplatz 1, 38100 Braunschweig
Admission per screening: 12,- € / reduced 6,- €
Ticket reservation on 0531 470 - 48 48 or firstname.lastname@example.org
More info at: https://www.braunschweig.de/kultur/veranstaltungen/blickpunkt_ki/1918_380061_396525_396545_396577.html