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Anke Ludwig quartet tijdens het Remember Berlin concert foto: Victoriano Moreno

Anke Ludwig

Remember Berlin

Anke has been playing classical piano since she was 4 years old. She is currently studying Jazz in her 2nd year at the Antwerp Conservatory. There she managed to get her own permanent rhythm section.


Anke Ludwig and her quartet got inspired by the nostalgic aspect, found in many Irving Berlin songs. At the Red Star Line Museum she discovered the lyrics of an unpublished Irving Berlin song, written for one of his grandchildren. In those lyrics is a reference to William Shakespeare as a source for inspiration. And that's what Anke and her band used to create their own original song.


The result - As an unperfect actor on the stage

Part of the project


Remember Berlin

A musical project

In 1893 Irving Berlin crossed the ocean to America on a Red Star Line boat. There he became one of the most influential composers of the 20th century. 130 years later, the Red Star Line Museum wants to provide a platform again and support young musicians in chasing their dreams.

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