Berlin is a city that loves music. Especially the electronic kind. With fabulous composers and producers such as Nils Frahm calling it home, it’s no surprise that some of the best sounds and musicians call this city home.
Toronto’s electronic scene has also been growing. Aside from the mainstream stuff, there are a few events that cater to true music lovers: those who appreciate quality and authenticity.
Enter Haus Musik: the classical alternative. Those who love trance, typically end up loving classical music or vice versa. There’s something about the beat, the speed and the feeling and how it all comes together. The experience is akin to an out of body one!
The term Haus Musik can be translated into ‘a house concert’. Typical in the 17th century, these events were intimate house parties or concerts where small groups of instruments were played for the enjoyment of the audience.
Redefining the concert experience, this edition of Haus Musik, taking place at the Great Hall on Thursday April 27 ,2017, from 8 to 11 pm, will immerse the audience in a sensory and visual adventure where urban landscapes meet country life.
Tickets to the event are $22 at the door but some may still be available online at $18.
They can be purchased here.
What you can expect – from Eventbrite:
“In a city quickly becoming dominated by condos and green spaces developing into concrete jungles, it’s easy to forget that natural beauty within an urban centre exists. Haus Musik invites you to escape from the hustle of the city and be immersed in a unique multimedia concert experience – explore the relationship between city and country, and be reminded of the beauty that surrounds us.
Electronic sound designer Slowpitchsound, freestyle dance artist Libydo and musicians of Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra playing music including J.S. Bach combine for an intimate evening filled with great music and thought-provoking ideas.”