这一夜DDC将呈现一场特别的原声演出，来自英格兰的the Harridans 主唱Daniel Taylor与the Paramecia主唱苏紫旭将与他们共同的好友、来自德国的大提琴演奏家Heike Kagler分别进行主题为“无人玫瑰”、“午夜密码”上下两节的表演。This night, DDC presents the duo projects of Dan Taylor, font man of The Harridans, and Su Zixu, front man of The Paramecia, together with their cellist friend Heike Kagler, in two sets “No-One’s-Rose” and “Midnight Code”.
这次演出是Dan、Su与Heike合作他们各自的个人音乐项目近两年来首次双专场，意义非常。For the first time in two years, since their individual duo projects were started, a double duo perfomance of Daniel Taylor & Heike Kagler, and Su Zixu with Heike Kagler.
根据两节表演的不同气质与音乐深度的共通联系最终定名为上半节“无人玫瑰”与下半节“午夜密码”，前者执意张开手掌任花绽放与后者神秘冷冽却为梦者站立交相呼应。According to the different temperament and musical stylings of the two duos, Su and Heike will present “No-One’s-Rose” , followed by Dan and Heike presenting “midnight code”. The two parts of the evening stand to echo each other.
在北京，苏与Heike的演出并不少见，但每一场演出都具有其独特的即兴成分，难以复制。苏的吉他在大提琴低吟与呜咽声的包裹中滚落，虽渐渐步入寒冬，让我们再一次跟随音乐住进所有花朵。Singer, songwriter, and poet Su Zixu’s songs combine interesting harmonies and rhythms with poetic lyrics that won’t leave you untouched. Over the course of the past two years, Su and Heike have grown together as a powerful duo presenting Su’s acoustic pieces with skill and ease and a dash of improvisation that makes each of their shows a unique experience. "Went to see Su Zixu last night. Listened to the unfolding of his light and at the same time heavy guitar sounds, while the graceful deep sounds of the cello lingered around it like spiraling silk.” -- @CoXogita
巴洛克音乐组合Dan & Heike专注于英国古典音乐，他们的音乐基于凯尔特传统文化加上英国民间音乐的辛酸和悲伤。 Focusing on the folk leanings of old England, Baroque folkers Daniel Taylor & Heike Kagler present songs that draw on Celtic tradition and are infused with that poignancy and sadness so often found within the folk music of the British isles.
赋予这次演出的灵感来自于犹太裔德语诗人保罗策兰，无人玫瑰取自其第三本正式出版诗集《无人玫瑰》，午夜密码出自其诗《科隆，王宫街》。The inspiration for this performance comes from the collection of poems "Niemandsrose - No-One’s-Rose" by Jewish Romanian-born German language poet Paul Celan.