German composer Klaus Doldinger, guest of the upcoming Krakow Film Festival Music Festival (read news), turns 81 on Friday, May 12th, and there’s not a better way to celebrate it than throwing a concert on Saturday, May 13th at 8 pm at the Prinzregententheater of Munich, Germany, named “Doldingers Träume” (Doldinger’s Dreams), where he will perform live on the saxophone along with Passport & Film Orchestra.
Doldinger, known mainly for his music for the films Das Boot – The Submarine (1981) or The Neverending Story (1984), is a versatile jazz musician and an influential composer, who will offer in this concert a program based on his music for films and for saxophone. Also note that the composer has been presented this year with the honorary cultural award of Munich.
Tickets, with prices between € 35 and € 68, can be purchased at:
And less than a week later, we will be able to enjoy his performance at the concert “NEVERENDING STORY Live in Concert” in the Krakow Film Music Festival: