Dreamstage.live goes Hip Hop (October 2020)

Polo G and Chief Keef announced a partnership with live concert platform DREAMSTAGE for an exclusive concert on Friday, October 23 at 7PM EST. The concert marks a major foray into hip-hop for DREAMSTAGE, the new cross-genre premium platform for ticketed live concerts. For this initial week of sales, as a special superfan pre-order price, tickets are selling for just $14.99. Ticket costs will increase a week from today.

Chicago rapper Chief Keef, a pioneer of Chicago’s drill style rap, was named an icon by Complex with a cult following, receiving massive success since the release of his 2012 debut Finally Rich. While fellow Chicago rapper Polo G was recently named a XXL Magazine 2020 Freshman of the year and Rolling Stone named his 2019 album Die A Legend the top spot on their “20 Best Hip Hop Albums of 2019.”

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Opening concert of Dreamstage with Jan Vogler and Hélène Grimaud (August 2020)

On August 22, Dreamstage opens its doors with a concert by cellist Jan Vogler and pianist Hélène Grimaud. For their Dreamstage debut, they will stream a program for a worldwide audience that combines Robert Schumann’s Fantasy Pieces op. 73, Johannes Brahms’ Sonata op. 38 and Dmitri Shostakovich’s Sonata for Cello and Piano op. 40.

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Dreamstage – New Premium Ticketed Live Performance Video Streaming Platform with Jan Vogler, among others (July 2020)

DREAMSTAGE unveiled at dreamstage.live

New Premium Ticketed Live Performance Video Streaming Platform

Launch on August 22, 2020

Box Office Opens on July 30, 2020

Virtual Stages Across All Musical Genres – Most Advanced Audience and Artist Experience in the Industry – Launching with Schedule of Over 30 Live Events Featuring Leading Classical, World Music and Jazz Artists Including Pape Diouf, Hélène Grimaud, Ute Lemper, Gil Shaham and Jan Vogler – Top Artists Across All Genres Coming Later in the Year – Founded by Three Industry Leaders as Response to the COVID-19 PandemicREAD MORE

Jan Vogler releases new recording with “Three Continents” and Shostakovich with Sony Classical (June 2020)

The renowned cellist and Intendant of the Dresden Music Festival Jan Vogler released his new album with SONY Classical on 19 June 2020 – combining the cello concerto “Three Continents” by Nico Muhly (USA), Sven Helbig (D) and Zhou Long (CHN) and Shostakovich’s Second Cello Concerto, the recording features an exciting combination of musical tradition and innovative awakening.READ MORE

Jan Vogler’s contract as director of the Dresden Music Festival extended to 2026 (January 2020)

Jan Vogler will remain director of the Dresden Music Festival for the upcoming years: The internationally acclaimed cellist has extended his contract with the state capital of Dresden to 2026. In 2009, he assumed the role of director of the festival, founded in 1978, and has since endeavored to establish it as one of the most important and successful classical music festivals in Europe. From 2009 to 2019, the Festival’s revenue from ticket sales and funds from sponsors has increased fivefold.

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