Seats20€ | 15€ | 10€ (REDUCED TICKET)
VenueTHESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL
The performance “Low / heroes, A hyper-cycle Berlinois” was presented for the first time in March 2015 at the Philharmonie de Paris in front of 4.000 spectators, on the occasion of the famous exhibition “David Bowie Is“. A musical performance that connects the imposing notes of the orchestra, with David Bowie’s lyrics and dance. The whole project is based on the relationship between the two symphonies written by Philip Glass, using material from the homonymous works of David Bowie, embellished by the show “The diary of Nathan Adler“, in a text by Bowie himself.
This is a show that consists of three parts:
1 / Symphony “Low“: Projection of a black and white film, written for this symphony and filmed in Berlin.
2 / The second part of the show is ” The diary of Nathan Adler“, a text of 1995 written by David Bowie. In this part of the play, the actor, Bertrand Belin, is on stage reciting the text by David Bowie, and the musician Stef Kamil Carlens is with him on stage playing the guitar and the sampler. This short text was written by David Bowie himself and formed the basis of his album “Outside” created in September 1995 in collaboration with his partner Brian Eno.
3 / The third and last part of the show is the symphony “Heroes” which- just like the first part- is performed by all musicians, while at the same time an excellent choreography is performed by the dancers Frederic Tavernini and Louise Lecavalier, who were also David Bowie’s dancers.