Dorothee Oberlinger and B’Rock

Handel and Hendrix

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All events for the second half of the 2020–2021 season are still planned, but cannot currently be booked. Advance ticket sales have been interrupted. The current experience with the coronavirus pandemic has shown us that in the event of strong demand (above the currently permitted 500 guests), advance sales can only be expanded once the official approval has been given to open the hall accordingly. We will continue to publish or confirm the final program six weeks before the scheduled event.

The bassist with the hip sunglasses is merely the most visible expression of how much jazz, rock, and pop have in common with Baroque music. In the latter, the bass is often the embodiment of cool reason, while the melodic part, like a rock star unleashed, breaks through all emotional boundaries. This is exactly what recorder player Dorothee Oberlinger will be doing in today’s concert, which also builds bridges: between rock and Baroque, Handel and Hendrix.

Photo that shows Dorothee Oberlinger C Felix Bröde. © Felix Bröde
© Felix Bröde


G. F. Handel
Overture from Messiah
Concerto for Organ, op. 4, no. 4 (arr. for flute)

Jimi Hendrix
Little Wing

G. F. Handel
Concerto for Organ in G minor, op. 3, no. 3 (with improvisations in the ad libitum part)

Jimi Hendrix
If 6 Was 9 (arrangement)

F. Handel
“Destructive war” from Belshazzar


G. F. Handel
Duo “Oh lovely peace” from Judas Maccabeus
Concerto for Harp (Organ) from Alexander’s Feast, or The Power of Musick

Jimi Hendrix
Night Bird Flying

G. F. Handel
“Tu del Ciel” from Il trionfo del Tempo

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