We profoundly apologize for the technical issues which prevented the “Songs from the Heart” stream from staying up for the 48 hours as announced by Dreamstage, and hope to stream this performance again very soon in April/ May on another platform.
Good news, though, coming up on 4 April, there are still 2 opportunities to stream “Rendezvous With Marlene”, which will remain available till 11 April.
“Rendezvous With Marlene”
This will premiere at 2 locations on 4 April, 2021, and be available till 11 April
1) Fane : Click here for details and tickets
2) Zédel : Click here for details and tickets
“SONGS FROM THE HEART” Ute performs the jewels of chanson, a selection from her 35 years of career between Berlin/ Paris and New York. The concert is streamed from her home in New York over the rooftops of Manhattan.
Date:March 20, 2021 Time: 2:00PM (EST) Tickets: $24.99 (Click here to purchase) Click link below for a preview
Ute will interpret songs by Jacques Brel, Edith Piaf, Kurt Weill, Joni Mitchell, Kander and Ebb, and many more that marked her career and mission:
2. Moritat von Mecky Messer
3. La Chanson d Helene
4. Shtiler Shtiler (Yiddish Song from Ghetto in Vilnius)
5. Madrigal escrito en Invierno (Neruda)
6. La vie en Rose
8. Lili Marleen
9. Black Crow (Joni Mitchell)
10. All That Jazz
And more surprises…..
Ute’s band for the performance: Piano:Vana Gierig Trumpet: Tim Ouimette Bass: Matt Parrish Drums and Percussion: Todd Turkisher
Click here to buy your ticket to access this Dreamstage event
Available for replay for 48 hours after the show.
Paris 1987. I was the Sally Bowles and Liza came to our opening night in Paris Theatre Mogador.
I was so moved and in awe to meet her. Knowing that she was watching the show was frightening and so exciting. I was a fan of hers since my childhood!!! She was so nice and supportive!
A few years later we had dinner at the Gianni Versace costume exhibit in Berlin as we both were friends with Gianni. That night she cuddled and sang to my little baby Max in her hotel room. That was 26 years ago, an image I never forgot: Liza, so full of love and life, so vulnerable and generous, with art pulsing through her veins, her heart, her eyes, her legs, and every finger that touches music.