SAVE THE DATE – Salon K Privé

Salon K Privé, the exclusive live art entertainment, is back to Berlin // New season starts on December 7th, 2018

Johan King Silverhult, Sarah Grether and Sébastien Thill
Kérastase 50y celebration © + courtesy Salon K

Salon K Privé: the Original returns to Berlin Show Dates: Premiere on 7 December 2018 Every Friday & Saturday, doors open at 20.30 hrs
Location: In the heart of Berlin-West / the exact address will be announced after booking.

Salon K Privé Sébastien Thill and Sarah Grether © Fernando Miceli
courtesy Salon K

After taking a creative break and reassembling the circle of the  participating artists, the renowned Salon K Privé and its founders Patrick King and Johan King Silverhult are back to Berlin as of 7 December 2018. In a new location which can be found right in the heart of the historic Berlin West, the artistic crew will be welcoming a selected amount of guests to their enthralling, voluptuous and sensual dreamscape, ready to celebrate the diversity.

Salon K Privé Gaia Scodellaro © M. di Giovancarlo
courtesy Salon K


Deriving from a private salon, earlier only accessible by invitation, the international team (UK, USA, Jamaica, Germany, Romania, Kazakhstan, Scandinavia, and Italy) of Salon K Privé is featuring a 3 hour program filled with extraordinary dance, customised songs, unexpected encounters, and daring acrobatics, accompanied by a delicious dinner & champagne. Limited seating, a like-minded audience and the elegant setting allow each guest to engage in a singular experience of the performing arts and a journey to her/himself.

The basic Salon concept hasn´t been invented by Salon K, but has merely been a part of history since the 16th century. First in Italy, then in France in the 17th and 18th centuries, before it reached Berlin in the early 1920ies. What´s unique is the mode and philosophy on which Salon K Privé is based: Real human interaction and connection, and a grown-up alternative to the youth-obsessed consumerism. Moreover it celebrates human & artistic diversity and freedom, and strives to reconnect with the heritage and tradition of “Art & Entertainment”, based on its historical roots in the Berlin West.

Salon K Privé Sarah Grether © Johan King Silverhult
courtesy Salon K


The members of Salon K Privé have been the stars of prominent institutions such as the Cirque du Soleil, Deutsche Staatsoper, Opéra Garnier, Stuttgart Ballet and have performed for the likes of e.g. Fendi, Moet & Chandon, Kérastase, the Life Ball as well as the Norwegian Royal family. Thus the highest artistic and technical qualities from the major stages are brought into the intimate format of Salon K Privé, to be enjoyed by an exclusive
group of 50 people max.

Based on the motto “Expect the unexpected”, the guests are seated with only ½ meter distance to the performers. This way, a red silky cape, a leather leash and rough bondage knots seem to be within the audience´s grasp, while they are enchanted by a seemingly reincarnated Marlene-Dietrich and other multiple divinities which playfully share their homage
to “Eros & Thanatos”. The perfect escape from the day-to-day life.
Salon K Privé – the Founders

Salon K Privé © Claudia Greco
courtesy Salon K


Patrick King, Creative Director: King’s career as a choreographer, director, and performer spans several decades and has covered a large part of the globe. Born in the
British West Indies, his artistic journey has taken him to Cirque du Soleil, various theater
and opera houses around the globe, the Venice Biennale, the show “Qi” at
Friedrichstadtpalast Berlin, and creating several pieces for the Norwegian National Opera &
Ballet.

Johan King Silverhult, Managing Director: After studying at the Royal Swedish Ballet School in Stockholm, Silverhult established himself as a dancer, performing the works of many of the most influential choreographers of our time, among them Naharin, Béjart, Forsythe, and Kilian. He also performed at the Venice Dance Biennale, the internationally
acclaimed “2 Men” duo act for Cirque du Soleil´s Zumanity in Las Vegas. In Berlin, his collaboration with his husband Patrick King continues with Salon K.

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