In their stage program, which combines jazz, poetry and theater, Ströckens and Goldbach not only present their very own interpretation of „Lulu’s Song“ from Berg’s opera, but also weave the thematic thread around love, desire and human abysses further through music history. We encounter compositions from Henry Purcell to Tom Waits – in the extraordinary combination of soprano voice and double bass. Which instrumentation could better reflect the ups and downs of life?

ARD Radio Festival, JazzZeitung, Johannes Kloth