It seems like we are all permanently confused about many aspects of life and the world we live in.
So what shall we do about it? Listen to good music.. is one way and of course enjoy, love and fight the good fight for the future generations.

Therefore, I will be online – live – on Tuesday, May 28 at 4pm – NYC time to talk about the new edition of my album, the three new songs and much more. So don’t miss out!

Click here to visit Ute’s Instagram page.

“When I came home you were gone….”
A song about love and loss, growing up only to forget about the magic and innocence of childhood. With the many journeys you take and in every labor of love you come closer back to that source of origin that lives in the child’s mind.

Music and lyrics by Ute Lemper
Produced by Ute Lemper and Todd Turkisher
Published by BMG

Piano: Andy Ezrin, Ute Lemper
Drums: Todd Turkisher
Bass: Leo Traversa
Guitar: Jim Hickey

Video by Shulamit Martens

Ute ‘s performance with WDR Funkhausorchester will be live-streamed tonight.

Click here for details on the event and how to watch.

Das Konzert findet live im Funkhaus am Wallrafplatz statt und wird zusätzlich hier im Livestream übertragen.
Im Berlin der 1920er-Jahre versteht man es, ausschweifend zu leben: glamouröse Varietés, Stummfilmkinos, Cabarets und Tanzlokale, in denen bis tief in die Nacht aufgespielt wird. Grande Dame Ute Lemper und das WDR Funkhausorchester holen den glanzvollen Sound der “Wilden Zwanziger” in den Konzertsaal. Von Kurt Weill bis Hanns Eisler – ein Abend für Nachtschwärmer mit Retro-Herz!
Ute Lemper, Gesang
WDR Funkhausorchester
Enrico Delamboye, Leitung

On Friday, February 9, Ute performed “Weimar Berlin and After the Exodus” for the Weimar Underground series at Zankel Hall (part of Carnegie Hall) in New York City.

The performance explored the music of Weimar Berlin and the many artists exiled from it, with Ute’s interpretation of music by Hollander, Weill, Brecht, Schiffer, Spoliansky, and more.

In the picture: Barbara Stöckl and Ute Lemper. photo: © ORF/Günther Pichlkostner.
In the picture: Gerhard Jelinek, Ute Lemper, Barbara Stöckl, Philipp Jelinek, Lilian Klebow. photo: © ORF/Günther Pichlkostner.

Be sure to catch Ute Lemper’s visit to the “STÖCKL” program. The program will be broadcast on ORF 2 on December 7th, 2023 at 11:00 p.m., and will then be available for one week on the ORF TVThek and will also be available on 3sat for a month from the broadcast date.

Check the local listings for those TV stations for details on how to watch.