Together with her pianist Hans-Richard Ludewig, Karolina Petrova has succeeded in creating a sensitive portrait of the singer Barbara (1930 - 1997), in which she reveals the facets of this personality through texts and chansons - sung in French and German. A sensual evening that touches, beguiles, moves and carries you off into a world full of melancholy, obstinacy and beauty. Into the world of Barbara, whom Petrova describes on her homepage as follows: "A woman stalks onto the stage - all in black - tall, gaunt, eagle-nosed. She sits down at the piano, her gaze turned inwards, as if the audience did not exist. Then a humming that turns into a melody as if by itself, a verse, a chanson. She sings songs from the depths of unerring memory, songs about loneliness and the longing that winds perpetually around us."
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