Monday, 4 November 2013

ENTERTAINMENT

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Digital Concert Hall

Moderated by Anil Srinivasan

Digital Concert
15.11.2013, 6.30 p.m.
Goethe-Institut Auditorium, 4 Rutland Gate 5 Street, Chennai
You are cordially invited to watch The Berlin Philharmonic, one of the best orchestras in the world, on the big screen at the Goethe-Institut Chennai. Experience these exceptional musicians for yourself by means of the orchestra’s virtual concert venue and our own state-of-the-art technology.
Anil Srinivasan, the most well-known classical pianist from Chennai, will give an introduction to every concert that we show. So enjoy with us the unique artistic work of the Berliner Philharmoniker and Sir Simon Rattle. 
Programme:          
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony  No 30 , No 40, No 41

Entry on invitation only. 













Noisy Mama: Indian Jazz-Rock

in Cooperation with The Hindu Friday Review Music Festival 2013

Concert
14.11.2013, 7.00 p.m.
Vivanta Taj Connemara, Binny Road, Chennai
Carola Grey: Percussion, vocal, Konnakol
John Anthony: Guitar
Palakkad Sreeram: Vocal, Flute, percussion
Biju Paulose: Keyboards
Napier Peter Naveen Kumar: Bass 


Enjoy the unique “Noisy Mama” blend of Indian Jazz-Rock, solid Jazz-Funk and Rock grooves, a sophisticated combination of Indian and Western rhythms. Originally founded by award-winning German drummer and composer Carola Grey as a jazz/fusion group in New York, the new Noisy Mama now includes some of the most amazing Indian musicians.
Carola’s compositions evoke Indian ragas as well as Western melody and harmony, bound together by her distinctive style of writing, playing and singing. With input from her fantastic cast of musicians, the two worlds are combined seemingly without effort. Together, the band creates a special sound that leaves audiences spellbound in India and Europe alike.
After receiving the Munich Music Award and producing their highly acclaimed album “Road to Goa” (NMP 2012), the band performed their first big shows in India earlier this year. Witness the beginning of a band that just might blow the music world away!

Entry on Invitation Only!











SOPHIE SCHOLL – Die letzten Tage
Dir: Marc Rothemund | 2005 | 116 min.

in Cooperation with Madras Film Society

Film
28.11.2013, 6.30 p.m.
Goethe-Institut Auditorium, 4 Rutland Gate 5 Street, Chennai
Spring 1943: Sophie and Hans Scholl are risking their lives working for the anti-Nazi resistance movement “Die weiβe Rose”. When they distribute leaflets against the National Socialist regime at Munich University, Sophie and her brother are arrested. The film adopts Sophie’s perspective to tell the story of her interrogations and imprisonment.
While working on the script, Rothemund and his team gained access to the protocol of Sophie Scholl’s interrogations. With this powerful new information, they were able to paint a picture of her impressive resolve and defiance in the face of mortal danger.

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