It is a world of possibilities and a world of emotion. taking the Old Hanseatic Nordic world and merging it with our New World and a new era and dimension.
Divine Geometry is a Kristjan Järvi Sound Experience that brings together the world of spirituality and entertainment in juxtaposing material from Bach’s Choral preludes and Brandenburg concertos with Philip Glass’s new piano concerto written for Simone Dinnerstein. The new concerto, based on music of Bach is followed by a selection of arrangements of Handel’s Concerto Grossi which leads to 20 plus orchestra, a newly commissioned piece of Steve Reich written in part for Baltic Sea Philharmonic.
Video and Projection artist Graham Elliott and Sound engineer Holger Schwark reshape the halls into the now of electro accoustic music and this multimedia immersive shows together with the musical band.
Bach and Handel the greatest creators of their time come together with Philip Glass and Steve Reich, the greatest musical creators of our time.
Divine Geometry is a concert show with lighting projections and 3D mapping produced by Sunbeam Productions that transports the listener to a different dimension, A Divine Geometrical world reflecting the architecture and musical symmetry of the past and present.
This a collaboration between Baltic Sea Philharmonic and Sunbeam Productions premiering December 2018.