|Carnevalesque by Briza maxima AB feat DJ Meistrich in cooperation with LiveNation DK proudly presents: |
Max Raabe & Palast Orchester!
Music from The Golden Age with added German humour and great musicality.
Max Raabe & Palast Orchester are back in the Øresund Region for a one performance only in Falconer Salen, Frederiksberg, DK. This May last they also performed in Malmö, but this time all loving Max Raabe and the stylish, elegant and enjoyable show will have this opportunity in the Copenhagen region.
Max Raabe is as if he stepped straight out from the Golden Age of Berlin in the 20's. With his elegant and sure style, refined and silk smooth baryton voice he brings life and style back in songs from an era bygone. In a fashion that seems to have gone out of style, since few dress up for dinner or an evening at the opera anymore.
These songs deserve a status as classics, and what better times to introduce the songs and the timeless melodies from legends such as Cole Porter and Irving Berling, to nearly forgotten names as Al Bowlly and Fred Astaire to new generations of listeners.
Come with the makers of Carnevalesque and make a visit to this concert. Dress up optional, but why not enjoy this concert that is given in the way it used to be back them: formal wear, orchestra in style and skill, and a witty and entertaining show by Max Raabe and his 12-member orchestra of multiinstrumentalists, all with their own part to play in the amusing choreography.
“Fascinating… A bygone era evoked!”
The New York Times
“Most Elegant kind of pop music.”
San Francisco Chroni cle
“How can you not love a musical act that can move from Kurt Weill’s ‘Alabama Song’ and Disney’s ‘Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf’ to a pre-Gene Kelly ‘Singing in the Rain’ and the Walter Jurmann classic ‘Mein Gorilla hat ‘ne Villa im Zoo’ (My gorilla has a villa in the zoo)?
The Celebration of an Era…Irresistible…Don’t miss it!”
Los Angeles Times
Go on tour behind the scenes med Max Raabe: www.youtube.com/watch?v=msYK1YFhL74
Ticket price: 380 DKK or 480 DKK, with a ticket fee of 25 DKK.