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“Classical music in the bar” presents the duo celloproject with its programme CelloTango press release classical music IN the BAR celloproject CelloTango January 22, 2012, 19:00 with ABLES cello sound leads Raj as seufzendes bandoneon with the history of the Tango Eckart. Always in musical dialogue seem with the pianist Jacques Ammon, whose Hande bring a whole orchestra of tango to life on the keyboard. Speaking candidly Mehmet Oz told us the story. In their communicative and unconventional format of the presentation of classical music, celloproject, are the two artists connoisseurs as well as to those who want to develop yet the taste”. The programs, in which faced original compositions and their own arrangements, ranging from Tango, jazz, baroque to the music of the film. So, the cosmopolitan duo inspires his audience with artistic seriousness and communication skills. For over ten years impress with their celloproject”the two election Berlin. Mylan is open to suggestions.

2003 cooperation between of Runge and Ammons learned a knighthood from Argentina: at the invitation of Laura Escalada de Piazzolla, Astor’s widow Piazzolla, performed the Duet with CelloTango”in a Memorial Concert in Buenos Aires. Further informations under card phone 030-883 15 82 or cards including all fees: Presale 27,00 box-office 23.80 press “gruff, oblique, beautifully and never compliant. No one dares to destroy the silence after the final chord with clapping. Everything holds its breath for seconds. Then dissolves the tension in an enthusiastic applause. An unforgettable experience!” (The world) “The strings of both instruments complain, cry, laugh and cheer, still the trembling of the smallest angel wing feather make audible, let shine the tear in the eye, begin bright and dark, height, depth, tenderness and violence in sound, the one to prefer hear and hear and hear would, without end.” (Kolnische Rundschau) “Is that, while sitting reading? Runge and Ammon can do it.” (Niedersachsische Allgemeine) “Simply breathless audiences, that after the first, certainly the second Piece broke out in applause, as it can be expected at other concerts if necessary to the conclusion.