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KKT Blue Hour: Dietmar Bär & Trio Klangspektrum
KKT Blue Hour: Dietmar Bär & Trio Klangspektrum

Sat, 16 Mar



KKT Blue Hour: Dietmar Bär & Trio Klangspektrum

Dietmar Bär and the musicians of the Trio Klangspektrum meet for the first time on this occasion to combine texts and music that were specially selected for the Blue Hour.

Time & Location

16 Mar 2024, 17:00

PS.STORAGE, Tiedexer Tor 3, 37574 Einbeck, Germany

About the event

Texts by Anton Chekhov, Herbert Clyde Lewis and Mariana Leky

Music of:

Jacob Gade - Blinds

Astor Piazolla - La muerte del angel

Georg Katzer - Octopus

Julia Seeholzer - Constant

Clara Schumann - piano trio, 1 & 2 sentence

Dietmar Bär is a theater, film and television actor. He studied at the Westphalian Drama School in Bochum. Theater engagements have taken him to the Landestheater in Tübingen, the Wuppertal theaters and the Schauspielhaus Bochum, among others. He is best known for his role as Cologne crime scene detective “Freddy Schenk,” for which he received the German Television Prize in 2000. In 2012 he received the Golden Camera as best actor for “U-turn” and in 2017 the Bernhard Minetti Prize. Dietmar Bär is also well known to audio book fans, including as the regular voice for Håkan Nesser and Stieg Larsson. 

In 2015, Dietmar Bär, together with Klaus J. Behrendt, received the Order of Merit of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia for his voluntary work in the association “Tatort-Straßen der Welt e.V.”, which advocates for the interests of disadvantaged children. In 2022 he celebrated his 25th anniversary with the Cologne crime scene.  

The trio Klang Spektrum was founded in 2020 and became a winner of the German Music Council just one year later. The three musicians share the common goal of diving deeper into the world of new music and focusing on experimental performance formats. The wide range of timbres of the three instruments enable the young musicians Paula Breland (clarinet), Katharina Schau (accordion) and Jennifer Aßmus (cello) to develop their own, distinctive musical language. Although the instruments seem unrelated at first glance, air, buttons and strings allow them to vibrate beautifully together, allowing them to sound as one while offering an inexhaustible spectrum of sounds. 

The active artistic engagement with new playing techniques on the respective instruments, the exploration of new sounds and the creation of new works for this line-up in collaboration with composers form the focus of their work.  In 2021, in addition to the German Music Competition prize, they received the special prize from the Marie Luise Imbusch Foundation and the special prize from the Ensemble Academy Freiburg. Her debut CD was released on the Leipzig label GENUIN in winter 2022.  


Tickets arehere available as well as in PS.SPEICHER and at all known presale locations.

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