The Orania.Concerts Events Calendar

The Orania.ConcertsConcerts with great artists living in Berlin
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    Orania.Piano Series

    Joel Holmes

    Joel began teaching himself piano at age 10. His music education began at the Baltimore School for the Performing Arts, and continued through to the Peabody Conservatory of Music at John Hopkins University, where he achieved a BA in Jazz Performance. He then went on to become the faculty's Director of Jazz for two years. Following this, he relocated to NYC and has since been performing across NYC and worldwide, achieving numerous honors including 4 Grammy nominations. Joel has collaborated with world-renowned Jazz musicians such as Roy Hargrove, Curtis Fuller and Javon Jackson, among many others. His influential sound combines a variety of styles from Contemporary Jazz, Gospel, Funk,R&B, Electronic, House,and Hip Hop. He has released two albums, Eternal Vision (2005) and African Skies (2009) and has many collaborative projects worldwide.
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    Orania.Piano Series

    Thibault Falk

    Der Pianist komponiert und arrangiert für sein eigenes Quartett (Modern Jazz, CD "Pour La Chambre d'Aga" bei Intuition und CD "Sur Le Fil" bei Unit Records erschienen) und spielte mit seinem Quartett CD-Release-Konzerte in ganz Europa, unter anderem in London, Paris, Lyon, Lissabon, Berlin, Kassel, Swinemünde. Er begleitet andere musikalische Projekte wie Mi Solar (kubanische, Weltmusik), Enrico & Groove (Latin Jazz), Terra Caliente (Latin, Fusion ), Bérangère Palix & Band (französische Chansons), und weitere. Er war Mitglied der Band "Mo' Blow" (früher "Sahnefunk", Tour in London, Liverpool, Paris, Brüssel, Antwerpen, Norddeutschland, Dresden). Thibault Falk spielte unter anderem mit Kenny Martin, Michael Clifton, Fuasi Abdul-Khaliq, Ray Blue, Carlos Bica, Michael Kersting. In den Jahren 2007 und 2008 hielt er sich für musikalische Engagements in Dubai und Lausanne auf. Seitdem ist er in Berlin und widmet sich wieder seiner eigenen Musik.
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    Orania.Piano Series

    Matti Klein

    Als gefragter Solist und Sideman der Berliner Szene hatte Matti Klein die Gelegenheit mit so herausragenden Musikern wie Nils Landgren, Allan Harris, David. T. Walker und Gunther Hampel zu musizieren. Seit 2013 ist er musikalischer Leiter und Keyboarder für internationale Konzerte der brasilianischen Souljazz-Ikone Ed Motta. Für die schottische Disko-Pop Legende Jimmy Somerville (Bronski Beat, The Communards) war er bei dessen ersten Solotour “Freedom To Dance” Keyboarder und Musical Director der 10-köpfigen Band. Der überwältigende Erfolg dieser Tournee gipfelte 2017 in der Veröffentlichung eines Live-Albums auf dem Label BMG für das sich Matti Klein auch als Produzent verantwortlich zeichnet.
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    Orania.Classical

    Sara Ferrández, Viola
    Pallavi Mahidhara, Klavier

    ENESCU Konzertstück
    BRAHMS Es-Dur Sonata Op. 120 Nr. 2
    HINDEMITH Sonata Fantasie Op. 11 Nr. 4
    VIEUXTEMPS Capricce

    12,00 Euro

    "Pallavi Mahidhara ist die zweite Preisträgerin des Internationalen Genfer Klavierwettbewerbs 2014 sowie der Young Audience Award. Sie hat kürzlich den Steinway Förderpreis in Berlin gewonnen. Sie gewann auch den zweiten Preis beim VI International Prokofiev-Wettbewerb in St. Petersburg, Russland, und 2013 gewann sie die Astral Artists National Auditions in Philadelphia. Im September 2008 trat sie mit einigen Stunden Vorankündigung für Van Cliburn bei der Verleihung der Liberty Medal-Auszeichnung an und ehre den ehemaligen sowjetischen Präsidenten Michail Gorbatschow."
    "Sara Ferrández born in Madrid in 1995. She is the daughter of musicians. At age 3, she began playing the viola. She gave her first concert as soloist at the age of 7. Since 2013 she is a student at the Hochschule fu¨r Musik Hanns Eisler, (Berlin) in the Viola Class of Tabea Zimmermann. Since 2015 Sara takes part of the chamber music Ensemble “Mutter Virtuosi” with the prestigious violinist Anne- Sophie.
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    Orania.Piano Series

    Marc Schmolling

    Der Komponist und Pianist Marc Schmolling, Sohn der Dichterin Inka Machulková, einer der Leitfiguren der Prager Literaturszene und tschechischen Beat Generation der 1960er Jahre, studierte am Richard-Strauss-Konservatorium München bei Larry Porter und Tizian Jost. Weiteren Unterricht erhielt er auf der Universität Stanford in Kalifornien von Horace Silver, Benny Green und Steve Coleman. Er schloss sein Studium 1997 in München ab und wirkt seitdem als Pianist in der deutschen und europäischen Jazzszene. Seit 2006 lebt Schmolling in Berlin und belegte 2008 den 1.Platz des Jazz Award Berlin. Marc Schmolling ist mehrfacher Preisträger von Kompositions- Stipendien und Preisen des Berliner Senats und Mitbegründer des Jazzkollektiv Berlin, das sein Festival „Kollektiv Nights“ seit 2008 jährlich veranstaltet.
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    Orania.Jazz

    Aki Takase, Piano
    Rudi Mahall, Bass Clarinet

    presenting beautiful tunes from the album „Evergreen“

    12,00 Euro

    Aki Takase ist eine „Legende“, spielt auf vielen internationalen Festivals und es uns eine besondere Ehre sie im Orania begrüßen zu dürfen. Rudi Mahall ist ebenfalls legendär. Er hatte in den 90ern (und auch heute noch) wesentlich den "Berliner Jazz Sound" geprägt, v.a. durch Bands wie „Der Rote Bereich“.
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    Orania.Piano Series

    Matti Klein

    Als gefragter Solist und Sideman der Berliner Szene hatte Matti Klein die Gelegenheit mit so herausragenden Musikern wie Nils Landgren, Allan Harris, David. T. Walker und Gunther Hampel zu musizieren. Seit 2013 ist er musikalischer Leiter und Keyboarder für internationale Konzerte der brasilianischen Souljazz-Ikone Ed Motta. Für die schottische Disko-Pop Legende Jimmy Somerville (Bronski Beat, The Communards) war er bei dessen ersten Solotour “Freedom To Dance” Keyboarder und Musical Director der 10-köpfigen Band. Der überwältigende Erfolg dieser Tournee gipfelte 2017 in der Veröffentlichung eines Live-Albums auf dem Label BMG für das sich Matti Klein auch als Produzent verantwortlich zeichnet.
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    Orania.Piano Series

    Joel Holmes

    Joel began teaching himself piano at age 10. His music education began at the Baltimore School for the Performing Arts, and continued through to the Peabody Conservatory of Music at John Hopkins University, where he achieved a BA in Jazz Performance. He then went on to become the faculty's Director of Jazz for two years. Following this, he relocated to NYC and has since been performing across NYC and worldwide, achieving numerous honors including 4 Grammy nominations. Joel has collaborated with world-renowned Jazz musicians such as Roy Hargrove, Curtis Fuller and Javon Jackson, among many others. His influential sound combines a variety of styles from Contemporary Jazz, Gospel, Funk,R&B, Electronic, House,and Hip Hop. He has released two albums, Eternal Vision (2005) and African Skies (2009) and has many collaborative projects worldwide.
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    Orania.Classical

    Julien Quentin

    PIANO X MAS MODE

    French pianist Julien Quentin has established himself as a versatile and sensitive musician, exhibiting great maturity and poise. His remarkable depth of musicianship and distinct clarity of sound coupled with flawless technique, make him an artist in demand as both soloist and chamber musician. He has made successful recital debuts in Paris (Salle Cortot), Geneva Conservatoire Hall and Bargemusic in New York. He has appeared as soloist with the Wroclaw, Qatar and Co´rdoba Philharmonic Orchestras under such conductors as Tommaso Placidi, Paul Biss, and Han-Na Chang. Regularly invited to numerous international Festivals, Quentin’s appearances in Europe include Verbier, Lucerne, Gstaad, Montreux, Zermatt, Dresden, Braunschweig, Schwetzingen, Ludwigsburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Beethovenfest Bonn, Radio France Montpellier and Saint Denis. A regular performer in North America, he has appeared at the Ravinia, La Jolla and Mostly Mozart Festivals in the United States.
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    Orania.Classical

    Julien Quentin

    PIANO X MAS MODE

    French pianist Julien Quentin has established himself as a versatile and sensitive musician, exhibiting great maturity and poise. His remarkable depth of musicianship and distinct clarity of sound coupled with flawless technique, make him an artist in demand as both soloist and chamber musician. He has made successful recital debuts in Paris (Salle Cortot), Geneva Conservatoire Hall and Bargemusic in New York. He has appeared as soloist with the Wroclaw, Qatar and Co´rdoba Philharmonic Orchestras under such conductors as Tommaso Placidi, Paul Biss, and Han-Na Chang. Regularly invited to numerous international Festivals, Quentin’s appearances in Europe include Verbier, Lucerne, Gstaad, Montreux, Zermatt, Dresden, Braunschweig, Schwetzingen, Ludwigsburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Beethovenfest Bonn, Radio France Montpellier and Saint Denis. A regular performer in North America, he has appeared at the Ravinia, La Jolla and Mostly Mozart Festivals in the United States.
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    Orania.Piano Series

    Larry Porter

    Larry Porter's jazz credentials are impeccable. Porter began taking piano lessons at the age of six. His studies included stints at Eastman School of Music and Berklee College of Music. Since then he has lived and worked in New York City, Munich, Barcelona, and Berlin, where he currently lives. Over the years he has played with such major figures in the music as Thad Jones and Archie Shepp, including extended periods with Chet Baker and Art Farmer. Porter has also had wide-ranging work with such world-class singers as Sheila Jordan and Mark Murphy. He has made numerous records as a side-man and under his own name. Larry has successfully lead trios and quartets, including the legendary Porter - Praskin Quartet. He excels in composing and arranging for such small groups, but his writing range extends to include vocal and chamber music, along with works for solo piano and big band.
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    Orania.Piano Series

    Joel Holmes

    Joel began teaching himself piano at age 10. His music education began at the Baltimore School for the Performing Arts, and continued through to the Peabody Conservatory of Music at John Hopkins University, where he achieved a BA in Jazz Performance. He then went on to become the faculty's Director of Jazz for two years. Following this, he relocated to NYC and has since been performing across NYC and worldwide, achieving numerous honors including 4 Grammy nominations. Joel has collaborated with world-renowned Jazz musicians such as Roy Hargrove, Curtis Fuller and Javon Jackson, among many others. His influential sound combines a variety of styles from Contemporary Jazz, Gospel, Funk,R&B, Electronic, House,and Hip Hop. He has released two albums, Eternal Vision (2005) and African Skies (2009) and has many collaborative projects worldwide.
  • Photos: PR
    Orania.Piano Series

    Joel Holmes

    Joel began teaching himself piano at age 10. His music education began at the Baltimore School for the Performing Arts, and continued through to the Peabody Conservatory of Music at John Hopkins University, where he achieved a BA in Jazz Performance. He then went on to become the faculty's Director of Jazz for two years. Following this, he relocated to NYC and has since been performing across NYC and worldwide, achieving numerous honors including 4 Grammy nominations. Joel has collaborated with world-renowned Jazz musicians such as Roy Hargrove, Curtis Fuller and Javon Jackson, among many others. His influential sound combines a variety of styles from Contemporary Jazz, Gospel, Funk,R&B, Electronic, House,and Hip Hop. He has released two albums, Eternal Vision (2005) and African Skies (2009) and has many collaborative projects worldwide.
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    Orania.Piano Night

    Orania Resident
    Kaan Bulak

    A special piano night with improvised and composed sounds.

    Recently, Bulak composed Hain I / II piece for church organ and electronics, commissioned by Bavarian Radio, which was premiered at the Podium Festival. At the Classical Beat Festival in Lübeck, Bulak arranged Hain I / II for string quartet and electronics, focusing on a more intimate sound in chamber music setting.
    On the electronic record 1840 (Contexterrior Records) with Jay Haze and Contrapunct all the sounds are sampled from a violin, while for his songs Asik (Universal) and Moving Leaves (Kabak & Lin Records) Bulak only uses his voice. He also produced the soundtrack for the film ‘We Were Rebels’, which won the Grimme Award in 2015.
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    Orania.Neujahrskonzert

    Julien Quentin, Piano
    Mélodie Zhao, Piano

    festive four hand piano concert at Orania.Salon

    12,00 Euro

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    Orania.Piano Series

    Thibault Falk

    Der Pianist komponiert und arrangiert für sein eigenes Quartett (Modern Jazz, CD "Pour La Chambre d'Aga" bei Intuition und CD "Sur Le Fil" bei Unit Records erschienen) und spielte mit seinem Quartett CD-Release-Konzerte in ganz Europa, unter anderem in London, Paris, Lyon, Lissabon, Berlin, Kassel, Swinemünde. Er begleitet andere musikalische Projekte wie Mi Solar (kubanische, Weltmusik), Enrico & Groove (Latin Jazz), Terra Caliente (Latin, Fusion ), Bérangère Palix & Band (französische Chansons), und weitere. Er war Mitglied der Band "Mo' Blow" (früher "Sahnefunk", Tour in London, Liverpool, Paris, Brüssel, Antwerpen, Norddeutschland, Dresden). Thibault Falk spielte unter anderem mit Kenny Martin, Michael Clifton, Fuasi Abdul-Khaliq, Ray Blue, Carlos Bica, Michael Kersting. In den Jahren 2007 und 2008 hielt er sich für musikalische Engagements in Dubai und Lausanne auf. Seitdem ist er in Berlin und widmet sich wieder seiner eigenen Musik.
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    Orania.Jazz „Erlebe deine Stadt“

    Iris Romen & Vintage Hotel

    Vintage Pop Singer & Songwriter

    Konzert im Rahmen der visitBerlin-Aktion „Erlebe deine Stadt“

    12,00 Euro

    „Iris Romen ist Sängerin, Pianistin, Kontrabassistin UND Komponistin. Sie spielte bereits mit Größen wie Ben Becker, Katie Melua, The BossHoss, Jörg Thadeusz und vielen mehr. Und trotz oder gerade wegen ihrer langjährigen Bühnenerfahrung ist Iris eine ganz eigene authentische und bodenständige Künstlerin. Auf ihren Konzerte – oft akustisch – von Berthold Brecht bis Johnny Cash, über deutschen Schlager bis hin zu ihren eigenen Stücken im Country- und Jazzbereich erfrischt und bezaubert sie das Publikum mit ihrer tiefgründigen, charmanten und emotionalen Art der Performance. Im Interview gibt uns Iris Romen Eindrücke in die musikalische und persönliche Sichtweise zu ihrer Arbeit.“
    source:Indie Berlin