Ensemble Kaleidoskop

“Kaleidoskop is on a mission to transform the traditional concert-going experience. Founded by cellist Michael Rauter and conductor Julian Kuerti, this young chamber orchestra from Berlin respects musical history, but experiments with context.

“Kaleidoskop wants you to hear things differently, so pay attention to the murmured secrets of their strings as they veer between the classic and the contemporary, the experimental and the orthodox  – W.F. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, Purcell, Ikeda, Dillon and Saunders – in a program that explores the landscape of dreams.”

January 16

2001: a Space Odyssey

2001: A Space Odyssey is arguably the most perfect marriage of visuals and sound in cinema history, and recently made it into Sight & Sound’s top ten Greatest Films of All Time. Experience Stanley Kubrick’s ground-breaking masterpiece with the dramatic power of a live soundtrack from the Sydney Symphony and Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, and be transported on an unforgettable journey to the infinite beyond.”

January 24–25

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