Blechschaden plays on October 23 in the new Isarphilhamonie. Advance ticket sales have started. (Image: pr)
A new concert hall will open in Munich in October: embedded in the former HP8 municipal utility area in Sendling, the “Isarphilharmonie” will serve as a concert hall for the time the Philharmonie in Gasteig is being renovated. On Saturday, October 23rd, “Blechschaden und Bob Ross” will perform there at 8 pm.
On stage for over 37 years, every member of the ensemble is a proven top musician: It would make sense to affix the label “tried and tested and never matched” to the group Blechschaden. But that’s only one side of the brass medal; the other, for which she is loved by her loyal fan base, is her tireless commitment to gain the fun side of music and to reduce any attempt to distinguish between popular and serious music to the point of absurdity. The world-famous “fun faction” of the Munich Philharmonic shows with each of their appearances that any kind of music, whether pop or opera, musical or classical symphony, can become a pleasure if it is only performed correctly, i.e. unconventionally.
In the new program for their tour 2021/2022, Blechschaden is also mixing the various musical genres into a highly entertaining melody cocktail, garnished with hilarious presentations and interludes. Above all, their Scottish director Bob Ross generously reaches into the humor box. With all the serious professionalism with which the musicians master their instruments, one thing is always in the foreground for Blechschaden: to give the audience fun with and around the music.
Tickets (from 37.50 euros) via Münchenticket.