Hope@Home is back

Author: ARTE Deutschland TV

Daily at 19:00 + always on the net, star violinist Daniel Hope will perform in his Berlin living room with guests from 2 November 2020 onwards, giving hope for better days with his music.

  • Christoph Israel, Daniel Hope | Copyright: © ARTE

    Christoph Israel, Daniel Hope © ARTE

The renewed lockdown in the European cultural landscape is not only hitting the audience very hard, but especially all cultural institutions + creatives. ARTE Concert and Daniel Hope have therefore decided bring back the live concert series streamed on ARTE Concert + the ARTE Concert Facebook channel: from 2 November 2020, daily at 19:00.

In “Hope@Home - Next Generation”, Daniel Hope will continue the “Hope@Home” series that was started in spring. Under the motto “Next Generation”, he now wants to promote young + freelance artists in particular.

The main focus will be on young talents who are introduced by mentors - artistic personalities from the fields of classical music, jazz music and acting. Pop singer Max Mutzke, horn player Sarah Willis and pianist Christoph Eschenbach have already confirmed their participation, while many more will follow.

“The pandemic affects our entire world. The effects on our culture are also devastating. I think it is important now that established artists use their influence to support the next generation, in order for young artists to have a chance in the future. For this reason I have decided to relaunch 'Hope@Home', also to continue to reach people around the world who are in lockdown” says Daniel Hope.

“Hope@Home - Next Generation” is a co-production of ZDF/ARTE and WDR for ARTE Concert.



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