The composers Kurt Weill and Hanns Eisler and the poet Bert Brecht all experienced the fascinations and abysses of foreign lands and exile. What good fortune it must have been in Berlin in the 1920s when Weill and Brecht had such great success with their songs always telling of far-away countries and unknown things. At the time, they created an unmistakable style that has remained unique up to today with its mixture of popular music, supreme musical sophistication and political claims.
"... Kammer is adroit at bridging both musical wolds; she’s a superb singing actress, with the required range and technique." ****
Andrew Clements - Choir & Organ magazine 1 February 2013
Music *** (Good) Sound ****(Very Good)
Christoph Zimmermann - Fono Forum magazine - July 2013