I am so glad that we are able to post my Rendezvous with Marlene again for streaming.
After receiving many calls to re-stream the event, we now did some wonderful re-edits and post-production to make it even more magical.
I am so happy to see you all again and stay in touch in the midst of this time out.
Miss you all and much love,
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The livestream performance previously scheduled for September 19, will now take place on October 25.
Ute Lemper’s “Rendezvous With Marlene”
Livestream Concert Event
25 October, 2020
3.00pm EST / 9.00pm Central European Time
Described as an “extraordinary, unforgettable evening with a sublime artist at the height of her powers – it should on no account be missed!” (Musical Theatre Review), Ute Lemper’s “Rendezvous With Marlene” channels Dietrich’s story of courage, glamour, and humanity. Ahead of her time, Dietrich was a legend as an actress, singer, fashion icon, and free spirit. In her first show entirely focused on honoring Marlene, based on the true story of a phone call they shared, Lemper interprets some of Dietrich’s most beautiful songs and recounts some captivating secrets of her life. Don’t miss this enthralling exploration of Marlene’s career and personal life.
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Here is the setlist for the performance:
Where Have All The Flowers Gone (Pete Seeger)
Just A Gigolo (Leonello Casucci)
One For My Baby (Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer)
Life’s A Swindle (Mischa Spoliansky / Marcellus Schiffer)
They Call Me Naughty Lola (Friedrich Hollaender)
Boys In The Backroom (Frank Loesser / Friedrich Hollaender)
Lili Marleen (Norbert Schulze / Hans Leip)
Ruins Of Berlin (Friedrich Hollaender)
Black Market (Friedrich Hollaender)
When The World Was Young (Johnny Mercer / M. Philippe-Gérard)
Ne me quitte pas (Jacques Brel)
Laziest Gal In Town (Cole Porter)
The Answer My Friend Is Blowing In The Wind (Bob Dylan)
Que reste-t-il de nos amours / I Wish You Love (Charles Trenet)
Falling In Love Again (Friedrich Hollaender)
Ute’s band for this performance will be:
Vana Gierig : Piano
Jesse Mills : Violin
Matthew Parrish : Bass
Todd Turkisher : Drums
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If you have missed seeing Ute during these trying pandemic times, there is some good news: she will be presenting a Livestream performance of RENDEZVOUS WITH MARLENE on September 19, 2020.
The performance will be filmed at Fisher Center (the beautiful Frank Gehry CONCERT HALL) at Bard College, NY.
Further information for how to view the performance will be released very soon.
(Click the photo above to see the video)
Text by Charles Bukowski
Music by Ute Lemper
Vocals: Ute Lemper
Piano: Vana Gierig
Drums: Todd Turkisher
“What we need is less false education. What we need is fewer rules, fewer police and more good teachers. We think that hatred signifies strength, that punishment is love. We just need to care….. People are not good to each other. People are just not good to each other.”
Across the world, people are uniting to demand justice and force a reckoning with the racist histories of the US and so many other countries. I see young people, my children included, peacefully marching for change in the streets, from my home city of New York all the way to my home country of Germany, and I am proud to stand by them and work peacefully together to build a better and a more just world with real equality of opportunity for education, health care, housing, and economic success for everyone.
This is a continuation to my 7 PM NY City roof top appreciation of the health care workers, with this Paulo Coelho tribute. I want to share these beautiful moments of the sunset in my beautiful City, still the amazing Big Apple!!!!
Click here to view the video on YouTube