Thursday, 2 March 2017
7.30 p.m., Concert in the
Anhaltisches Theater Dessau
Classically Good – Ulrich Tukur
An evening of 1920s glamour
Ulrich Tukur & Die Rhythmus Boys
Vocals, piano, accordion: Ulrich Tukur
Guitar: Ulrich Mayer
Double bass: Günter Märtens
Drums: Kalle Mews
Finally at the Kurt Weill Festival! Ulrich Tukur is an actor and singer, a composer of songs and a writer, a collector of gramophone records and a Bohemian. In Germany he has garnered all the prizes available to him.
Beginning his career as a busker of songs by Kurt Tucholsky, performance quickly overshadowed his studies of German language and literature. As an actor he has played such figures as the theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Stasi officer Anton Grubitz in the film "The Lives of Others", which received an Oscar. Yet his greatest passion is for the music of the Weimar Republic. With Die Rhythmus Boys he revives the spirit of 1920s and 1930s chanson, while also composing wonderful songs in the style of the Roaring Twenties. Tukur is particularly fascinated by the dark and contradictory elements in these songs and roles of this era. So it comes as little surprise to learn that he performed the part of Mack the Knife in a production of The Threepenny Opera at Hamburg's St. Pauli Theater in 2004.
The audience can look forward to a brilliant selection of French chansons, Weill evergreens and own compositions.
In cooperation with the Felsenkeller Leipzig.
With kind support of the
Additional Concert– Felsenkeller Leipzig On Friday, 3 March 2017 at 8.00 p.m., you can enjoy the same concert in Felsenkeller Leipzig, Karl-Heine-Str. 32, 04229 Leipzig.
You have the following options to book tickets:
TEL 0049(0)341 - 14 990 900 and:
www.felsenkeller-leipzig.comOrganizer: Felsenkeller Leipzig