During a concert at the 'Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy' University of Music and Theater in Leipzig the subject of Climate Change was íllustrated' by Ivens' film Rain/Regen (1929) accompanying Hanns Eisler’s "14 Arten den Regen zu beschreiben" (*Fourteen Ways to Describe Rain). In a packed great concert hall this magnificent performance became a marvellous highlight of the night. The musicians played with energy, joy and much competence. Hanns Eislers and Joris Ivens art works were much appreciated by the audience and critics as well.The initiative for this student project came from student Charlotte Steppes, who plays the piano in the "14 Arten den Regen zu beschreiben“.
Prof. Irmela Boßler - Flöte
Matthias Kreher -Klarinette
Semi Hong- Violine
Viola Wasser - Viola
Konstanze Pietschmann - Violoncello
Charlotte Steppes - Klavier
Prof. Christian Hornef - Dirigent