zdf@bauhaus feat. Jack Savoretti
For the most recent production of zdf@bauhaus, producers were delighted to welcome English songwriter Jack Savoretti.
The concept of zdf@bauhaus sticks to the Bauhaus credo “form follows function”: International artists perform in an intimate setting for an exclusive audience of a hundred people. Concerts take place in the Cafeteria, which is built in a reductionist manner with visible steel-and-stone constructions. The audience is seated on chairs designed in “Bauhaus” style. This special atmosphere is even enhanced by neutral white lighting. zdf@bauhaus is presented by Jo Schück.
For the most recent production, makers and producers were delighted to welcome Jack Savoretti. The English singer and songwriter with Italian roots played an absolutely fantastic live performance to an adoring audience. Jack Savoretti’s got the looks, but he also has the voice: Fans and critics alike love it for being warm, soulful and velvet-like. At zdf@bauhaus, Savoretti played the best songs of his five studio albums. Many of his songs are well-known of TV series like “The Vampire Diaries” and “Grey’s Anatomy”. With US-singer Sienna Miller he produced and performed the duet “Hate & Love”.
Recording location Bauhaus, Dessau
Duration 60 Minutes
Production Company TVT.media
Director Volker Weicker
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