Hildenbrand draws from jazz, European music, oriental and Indian heritage and reveals places that are otherwise closed to the guitar. He studied jazz and improvisation at the Rotterdam Conservatory. Through a chance encounter, Hildenbrand discovered Turkish music in cosmopolitan Berlin. In order to understand this world of sound more deeply, he enrolled at the Conservatory for Turkish Music and became a student of the oud master Nuri Karademirli, who taught him the modes and subtleties of Turkish classical music. One hears that his guitar would sometimes prefer a Turkish oud, an Indian sarod, an Afghan rabab or a Persian tar.
Duration: 2 h, 30 Min.
Limited number of seats.
The event will take place in compliance with the necessary hygiene measures in the context of COVID-19 regulations.
Reservations are not possible – only online or direct purchase at the advance booking offices and in the visitor centre. Remaining tickets are available at the box office.