The German elektropioniers bags in the spring of 2017 to the revamped Queen elizabeth concert hall in Antwerp for an eight-part series, Kraftwerk 3-D – The Catalogue 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8, finished with spectacular projections and animation.
Kraftwerk sets at each zaalshow one of their eight groundbreaking studio albums central. The performances are always complemented with a series of greatest hits to the shows to complete. The Düsseldorfse band takes you on a chronological journey through four decades of musical and technical innovation , including new improvisations, 3D projections and computer animations where you are, in all likelihood, ears and eyes will come.
Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider founded in 1970 with the band and wrote since then, the history of music. Kraftwerk are recognized worldwide as the pioneer of the electroscene which the lord, music, art, robotics, and text seamlessly managed to combine. Their influence spread further than just the electrowereld. Also other genres of music, from hip hop over techno to synthpop became the band inspired.
Tick one of the following (or all) of the data with a dot in your calendar:
Autobahn (1974) – Saturday 20 may – 19:00
Radio-Activity (1975) – Saturday 20 may – 22:00
Trans Europe Express (1977) – Sunday 21 may – 19:00
The Man-Machine (1978) – Sunday 21 may – 22:00
Computer World (1981) – Monday 22 may – 19:00
Techno Pop (1986) – Monday 22 may – 22:00
The Mix (1991) – Tuesday 23 may – 19:00
Tour De France (2003) – Tuesday 23 may – 22:00
Ticket sales start from Thursday 29 september at 10am. Warning: maximum 4 tickets per person. Tickets are only on name sold. (JH)