Ute Lemper
The Palace of Charles V
Friday 16 July 22:30 Musics for Summer Nights (Cabaret)
Musics for Summer Nights (Cabaret)


Ute Lemper, voicwe

Vana Gierig, piano

Romain Lecuver, bass

Cyril Garac, violin



Midnight in Granada


Works by Friedrich Hollaender, Harold Arlen, Jacques Brel, Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Astor Piazzolla, Léo Ferré, Charles Trenet, Joseph Kosma, Norbert Schultze, Gilbert Becaud, Pablo Neruda, Margarite Monnot and Kurt Weill

Concert with no interval

At the Stroke of Midnight

Singer, actress, dancer, versatile like few musicians of our time, Ute Lemper has been the voice of the Berlin cabaret at the turn of the 21st century, but also one of the most distinguished recreators of the world of French songs and a brilliant interpreter of Kurt Weill. Marlene Dietrich and Édith Piaf have often been referred to as its most popular incarnations, but Lemper has also been in touch with the world of pop (her encounter with Tom Waits, Neil Hannon, Nick Cave or Elvis Costello in that unforgettable Punishing Kiss is still remembered), she has immersed herself in the very complex and particular terrain of tango, in American country and has even moved between poems by Pablo Neruda (with a very reasonable Spanish, by the way) and recipes by Paulo Coelho. With all this at hand, she is coming this time to Granada.