re:start: From Brahms to Nina Simone

Free Admission

The intimate sound of a soul voice, free-flowing jazz chords and the complex harmonies of Brahms' compositions - at first, these styles don't seem to have much in common. What connects them in each case? They get under your skin. The artists in the Festivalcampus-Ensemble have a special passion for this universal power of music. This also applies to the French-British violist Nina Tonji, who writes, sings and produces her own R'n'B songs alongside her classical music activities. In her concert format, she wants to get to the bottom of what makes pieces of music so effective with a string ensemble. What touches us and how can it be explained?

The young music theorist, pianist and former Classic Scout at the Heidelberger Frühling, Ruven Wegner, will be on hand to reveal one or two secrets with his analytical insights.

Admission is free.

re:start is made possible by the Fonds Stiftung Zukunftsmusik. With your donation to the fund via the donation boxes on site or online, you can support other projects with young up-and-coming musicians at Heidelberger Frühling in addition to re:start.

Donation account

Musikstiftung Heidelberg
Heidelberger Volksbank
Key word „Fonds Stiftung Zukunftsmusik“
IBAN DE90 6729 0000 0055 0000 00

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Members of the Festivalcampus-Ensemble

Nina Tonji
Vocals & Viola

Benjamin Günst
Violin & Piano

Juliette Beauchamp

Pieter de Koe

Hans Greve
Double bass

Ruven Wegner

Music theory

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We would like to thank the sponsor of the re:start program