It all began with an empty booklet in the Lockdown: Beatrix Becker filled it with melancholy, joyful compositions for her new programme "BOOK OF BRIDGES". For the first time, the Berlin-based musician gathers all her favourite instruments - bass clarinet and clarinet, violoncello, guitar and piano - on one stage. And takes us on a healing musical hero's journey through the emotional shallows of the pandemic experience and of life itself.

Expressive and imaginative, Becker and her fellow musicians tell of the search for hope and the longing for distance, of joie de vivre and fragility, of the magic of connectedness in times of separateness. Together they make it possible to experience the miracle that happens when music can build bridges: between people and opinions, continents and cultures, between us and our confidence for what is currently still in the unknown.

In doing so, Beatrix Becker once again seeks and finds rich possibilities of expression beyond classical music and jazz. Since early childhood, her musical heart has beaten for exotic sounds and rhythms. She is inspired by the melancholy joie de vivre of klezmer music, the wild temperament of flamenco and the gentle aesthetics of tango argentino. Combined with an irrepressible joy of improvisation, she weaves her own deeply moving sound as a bridge-builder between classical, jazz and world music.

Becker has been shaped by her travels and her varied musical experiences: After two CD recordings and tours as a clarinettist with the band Bassa, she recorded her first solo album in Argentina, the second in Switzerland and the third at the renowned Hansa Studios in Berlin. She officially represented the city of Berlin in Istanbul, Los Angeles and at the official celebration of German Unity Day, thrilled audiences at concerts in London, Paris, Jerusalem and was ennobled by klezmer icon Giora Feidman when he released her composition "Una Sonrisa" on his album "Klezmer Bridges".

Beatrix Becker has now invited two renowned fellow musicians, whose aesthetics and expressiveness were also shaped on the great stages of this world, to the "BOOK OF BRIDGES" concert evening: Violoncellist Rebecca Carrington is not only internationally celebrated but also famous for her versatility. Both women have also shared a bubbling creativity since their first note together. Guitarist Nikos Tsiachris enriches the trio with his Greek roots as well as with his simultaneously powerful and subtle sound diversity, influenced by flamenco and world music.

Together, they present a kind of chamber music that can only be created in the metropolis of Berlin: A rendezvous with impressions and emotions from all over the world, concentrated on an unforgettable evening in an intimate trio setting.


Beatrix Becker: composition, bass clarinet, clarinet, piano
Rebecca Carrington: cello
Nikos Tsiachris: guitar, electric guitar



As soon as you entered onto the stage and the first note was sounded, my sorrow were completely blown away. The whole evening I kept thinking ‘just how beautiful life is’. It was like a switch that was instantly flipped on by your music.


It was really magical - the whole evening! I had tears in my eyes after the very first piece in the performance.

Incredibly enchanting music, performed by such a captivating young woman who plays both the piano and bass clarinet masterfully, even sometimes at the same time! So eloquent and charming, she leads beautifully throughout the entire program.

Incredibly beautiful, virtuosic, and deeply touching. I am very excited about the new album and am already looking forwards to the next concert!


For me music is a language that builds bridges between people, experiences, emotions, customs, hearts, and cultures. Live in concert, this happens in a uniquely magical moment, bundled and completely immersed in the moment.

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