We started berta.berlin to give an authentic view on outstanding performances happening in Berlin.
No matter what genre or discipline we are looking for meaning, blood, sweat and tears.
New Loft Session
This trio combines energetic playing with structural composition in real time. The interaction results in high energy that materializes in different layers of sounds.
LIVING IN A BOX at Club Gretchen
Warm and powerful vocals inspired by the voices of legends like Etta James, Nina Simone and Carmen McRae are gently played around by a classical guitar.
What is berta.berlin?
Berta.berlin offers a collection of authenticity, outstanding performances and exceptional artists. Enjoy this material of carefully selected projects and help spread these videos. If you like what you discover, please start to support and follow these artists’ work today. And don’t miss out on any chance to see and experience them perform live.
With high fidelity sound, high definition video quality and along with expertly curation and original content to show and support Berlin’s divers cultural landscape.
This is about music and music is about sound. We put quite some effort in capturing this during recording and production. Please try to use a decent audio system or good quality headphones and let’s get back to the true meaning of “high fidelity”.
berta.berlin is an independent charitable non-profit organization. This means we can only sustain ourselves through voluntary contributions from public and private funding. We’re grateful to all of you who help us to support our cause!
Over half of our productions are self-financed.
Theater im Delphi
Performer: Julius Windisch, Fermín Merlo, Igor Spallati
Performer: Kalle Kalime
Performer: Moses Yoofee Vester, Philip Schilz, Heinrich Eißmann, Max Feig, Moritz Schmolke, Gabriel Rosenbach, Jonathan Steffen, Niko Zeidler, Anton Kowalski
Klangwerkstatt Berlin at Kunstquartier Bethanien
Performer: Melkorka Olafsdottir, Simon Strasser, Ernst Surberg, Roland Neffe, Chatschatur Kanajan, Karen Lorenz, Mathis Mayr
A L’Arme! Festival at silent green
Performer: Sabine Ercklentz, Andrea Neumann, Mieko Suzuki
The music of Ilog draws inspiration from jazz, improvisation, noise and electro-acoustic music but at the same time postulates a new form of abstracted avant beat which sounds like a groovy mix of Death Grips, Hella and Moha.