PARS Media + NAXOS present Live Concerts from Schinkel Pavillon
Over the coming weeks, every Friday + Monday at 20:30 a concert will be recorded and live streamed via the VOD platform takt1 and on Naxos’ Youtube channel.
Concert halls are silent – with empty audience chairs, dark stages and no applause resounding. We were used to go to these places of great emotional and musical moments.
During these days and weeks, where people have to stay at home and musicians have to face that all their performances are canceled, an initiative was founded by a group of Berlin based artists of international acclaim, awarded film producer Jan Schmidt-Garre and Naxos Audiovisual to set up a series of concerts performed and filmed at Schinkel Pavillon in Berlin.
Over the coming weeks, from Friday 3 April onwards, every Friday and Monday at 20:30 a concert will be recorded and live streamed via the video-on-demand platform takt1 and on Naxos’ Youtube channel.
While many private concerts are being streamed these days, the concerts from Schinkel Pavillon distinguish themselves by an excellent roster of artists and a high-end level of production quality.
Among the artists contributing to the series are pianist Francesco Piemontesi, violinist Christian Tetzlaff, singers like Jacquelyn Wagner and Dietrich Henschel. Further artists have committed to join like the cellist Gabriel Schwabe and many more.
The concerts take place without audience, and the artists as well as the production team are strictly following the given requirements of distance and disinfection.
The concerts from Schinkel Pavillon are produced by Jan Schmidt-Garre’s PARS Media and Naxos Audiovisual Division, the Berlin branch of Naxos Music Group.
With every concert, a donation will be made to Deutsche Orchester-Stiftung to support artists suffering from no income during the Corona crisis.
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