CC x Brodie Sessions: Bremer/McCoy | The Savage Rose
Although CC remains closed for a little while yet, you still have the opportunity of experiencing art up close. This happens when the YouTube concept Brodie Sessions launches a new live-stream festival, inviting you to attend concerts over two evenings on CC’s digital channels amid Ebbe Stub Wittrup’s colourful exhibition Botanical Drift. Tuesday, May 19 you can experience Bremer/McCoy and The Savage Rose, and on Wednesday, May 20 Clarissa Connelly and Iceage, where the concerts are streamed live from our halls on Refshaleøen Island.
Program (changes may occur)
8 pm: Bremer/McCoy
8.25 pm: The Savage Rose
About Brodie Sessions
Brodie Sessions is a Danish YouTube channel that went live in late 2019. The idea of Brodie Session was to create a community of music, art and architecture with a series of high quality live concerts. In November, the first film with Efterklang was released and in March another one with Swedish Alice Boman. The two live sessions have already had more than 154,000 views on YouTube. The concerts were filmed on the very special 16mm film format in a private home near Copenhagen designed by Lene Tranberg from Lundgaard & Tranberg. The house is inhabited by Brodie, the English bulldog, and Birgit Lyngbye Pedersen, who initiated the concept and finances the non-profit.
You can experience all the concerts from Brodie Sessions here.