Renowned artists at the Sokhumi State Drama Theatre! 


Barenboim-Said Academy (Ensemble) and Michael Barenboim (Violin) – 23 May, 2024

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On May 23rd, at 20:00, join us for an unforgettable evening of classical music with Michael Barenboim on violin, Ibrahim Alshaikh on clarinet, Izak Nuri on cello, Eden Meyer Khaiat on viola, Itamar Carmeli on piano and Katia Abdel Kader on violin.

Works by Mozart, Schőnberg & Brahms.

Don’t miss this mesmerizing concert at Sokhumi State Drama Theatre.


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Clarinet quintet in A major, KV 581

Arnold Schönberg: Phantasy for violin and piano, op. 47

Intermission (20 min.)

Johannes Brahms: Piano quintet in f minor, op. 34  

Since his breakthrough as a soloist with Schönberg’s Violin Concerto under the baton of Pierre Boulez in 2011, Michael Barenboim has been firmly anchored in the international concert scene and has since performed with outstanding colleagues, including the Vienna Philharmonic under Daniel Barenboim, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under Asher Fisch, the Israel Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta, the Berlin Philharmonic under Vasily Petrenko and the Los Angeles Philharmonic under Gustavo Dudamel.

Since 2016, the state-recognized Barenboim-Said Academy has been teaching talented young musicians, primarily from the Middle East and North Africa, in the pedagogical spirit of Edward Said and Daniel Barenboim. The Barenboim-Said Academy is also a lively place for artistic and intellectual exchange. Thanks to the musical programs in the Pierre Boulez Hall designed by Frank Gehry and a variety of lectures, symposia and other events, the academy is a place for international encounters and debate. 

Lecture/discussion with Anna Müller – 24 May, 2024

Join us for a special event featuring Anna Müller, daughter of playwright Heiner Müller and photographer Brigitte Maria Mayer. Anna, born in 1992 in Berlin, is a co-founder of Herzstűckverlag in Berlin and has been pursuing her studies in documentary film at the New York Film Academy since 2020. Her latest project, a documentary homage to her father, marks her debut film. On May 24th at 16:00, Anna Müller will host a lecture on Heiner Müller’s life and works at the Sokhumi State Drama Theatre. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet and engage with her. Moderation: Giorgi Jamburia

Ion Ludwig (Electronics) x Stegreif – The Improvising Symphony Orchestra // Anna Müller  x Nikolaus Rexroth (piano) 24 May, 2024

Join us at 20:00 for this special event, happening unexpectedly at the Sokhumi State Drama Theatre in Tbilisi. Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to experience these talented artists in such a unique setting!

Part 1:  Anna Müller reads “Die Hamletmaschine“ (The Hamletmachine) by Heiner Müller with Musical Interludes performed by Nikolaus Rexroth (piano)

Arnold Schönberg: 6 pieces for piano solo op. 19

Valentin Silvestrov: Elegy in memory of D. Rexroth, World premiere 

Sergej Rachmaninov: Excerpts from Moments Musicaux, op. 16

Intermission (20 min.)

Part 2: Drone Music for electronic synthesizers and live improvisation

Stegreif – The Improvising Symphony Orchestra x Ion Ludwig (DJ)

Ion Ludwig (DJ, Producer) – Often described by those who have had the chance to witness his live performances, as a wizard, a magician or maestro, whereas for the electronic music scene for the recent years he is doubtlessly one of the most highly regarded producers and performers.

Stegreif – The Improvising Symphony Orchestra – Without scores – without a conductor – without chairs: Stegreif – The Improvising Symphony Orchestra is a collective of 30 international, cross-genre musicians that blends the legacy of classical compositions with improvisation, reimagining the classical symphony as a starting point for a new concert experience.

Ashley Green (soloist of the Alvin Ailey dance company NYC) together with Tbilisi Jazz Ensemble  – 25 May, 2024

Prepare to be amazed as we present a truly exceptional event featuring Ashley Green, a soloist from the prestigious Alvin Ailey dance company in New York City, together with Tbilisi Jazz Ensemble (Luka Topuria – Piano, Khatia Koridze – Bass, Soso Tsagareishvili – Drums). 

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to witness their extraordinary talents come to life in this unforgettable performance!

Ashley Kaylynn Green (Dance) – Member of the legendary American Dance Theater “Alvin Ailey“ in New York City since 2021. In that year she was also named one of “25 to Watch” by Dance Magazine.

Co-funded by the European Union

Project Partners:  European Commission / Berlin Senate for Culture and Social Cohesion / Germany Embassy Tbilisi / Goethe Institute / RCCR Projects GmbH

Project Partner: TBC Concept

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Sokhumi State Drama Theatre

Address: 68 Dimitri Uznadze Street

Tbilisi. Georgia 0102

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