Benefit Concert for Isang Yun International Society

Commemorating the 16th anniversary of Isang Yun’s death

Christine Rauh returns to Berlin. Together with her longtime pianist Johannes Nies she gives a concert as an homage to Isang Yun.

“I got to know Isang Yun’s music many years ago and it drew me into its spell. Yun joins two worlds, the Eastern tradition and the modern Western music. A highly topical subject, since just this is an essential feature of modern society: opening borders, inclusiveness and merging cultures; we would know this from many different areas of life. Yun makes this the theme of his music, and this is what inspired me from the start. I love cosmopolitanism, it creates new symbioses. That is why I also appreciate Isang Yun and am a big fan of his music. This music is deeply sustainable.”

Christine Rauh playing and moderating – in concert with ‘Glissées’ by Isang Yun.

Christine Rauh in a live performance playing ‘Espace I’ by Isang Yun.

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Christine personally presents her new album

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This album marks a very personal statement. Christine put together a team of classic and jazz musicians resulting in a very diversified and exciting album. Most of the tracks on this release are world premiere recordings.

Christine Rauh - Classic 'n' Jazz Album

Christine Rauh makes guest appearance at
SWR “Kleine Ohren”

The education programme “Kleine Ohren” of the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern makes unknown music come to life: Christine Rauh plays the cello concerto of Ukrainian composer Nikolai Kapustin. SWR2 music editor Sabine Fallenstein talked to her.

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Daft Punk “Get Lucky”

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Get Lucky! Christine plays her cover version for cello + beatbox

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Christine Rauh moderates the entertaining show ‘Opera Box’ where she presents Mozart’s opera “The Marriage of Figaro”.
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