Max Raabe and Palast Orchester

Max Raabe und das Palastorchester

One thing should be pointed out beforehand: Max Raabe & Palast Orchester are great fun! It is a real pleasure to listen to and watch the ladies and gentlemen. In times of fast moving canned music, Max Raabe & Palast Orchester touch the hearts of all people who are interested in music. Classic songs from the twenties and thirties of the last century as well as own compositions are performed with much attention to detail. No matter whether Max Raabe with the wonderful Anette Humpe works out lyrics and melodies for great songs or performs pop classics with Palast Orchester in their own style, they shine with their class and musical intuition.
Palast Orchester, which was founded already in 1986, gained a reputation by its performance not only in Germany. At regular intervals, they perform on tours and concerts at locations outside Europe including the US and Asia.

Max Raabe & Palast Orchester like to come to Black Box Music for small and big production rehearsals.
Whenever the well-dressed ladies and gentlemen take their audience on a musical journey through time they will take along the following sound, light and video technology equipment.

Among other things, the following equipment was taken along for the PA and amplification: 32 x Line Source Array L-Acoustics KIVA, 4 x LF-Extension L-Acoustics KILO, 2 x Subwoofer L-Acoustics SB-118, 8 x PA loudspeaker/floor monitor L-Acoustics 5XT and controller amp rack L-Acoustics LA-RAK. The following equipment was used for the light and video technology: 15 x Fresnel lens ARRI Studio 2000 P.O., 5 x ETC Source Four 19°, 4 x ETC Source Four Profile Zoom 15°-30°, 12 x Moving-Light GLP Impression 120 RZ, 16 x Moving-Light VARI*LITE VL500D, 10 x moving light Martin MAC 700 Profile, 1 x followspot Robert Juliat Super Korrigan, 1 x hazer MDG Atmosphere ATM-HO/APS, 1 x Flying Pig Hog 4 Full Boar + Flying Pig Hog 4 Playback Wing, MA digital dimmer, 48 x Martin EC20 Panel, 1 x LED wall Martin P3-100 system controller and 1 x media server Hippotizer V3 Stage.


Photo: ©Marcus Höhn