Serious Cabaret – Leaving Berlin With Mary Carewe

Date: Thursday 14th November 2013 19:30

Venue: Institute for the Contemporary Arts, Lancaster

With the rise of Nazism and Hitler&s Chancellorship in 1933, many musicians, artists and composers left Germany spreading their influence around the globe. This programme delves into the world of Berlin cabaret and political theatre between 1900-1933 and then beyond. Versatile soprano Mary Carewe joins Camerata principal players in a darkly entertaining programme featuring songs bySchoenberg,Zemlinksy,Spoliansky,Weill,Eisler,HollaenderandGershwin, including ‘Falling in love again&, ‘Mack the Knife&, ‘Chuck out the men&, ‘Alone in a Big City& and many more.

‘Mary Carewe, whose voice travels effortlessly from contemporary classical to Broadway and Hollywood, has a sweet-toned soprano with a dash of lemon and spice.&The Times

CONCERT 7.30pm

Listen to a selection of songs from the concert here

TICKETS: £15.50, £13.00 (concessions available)


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