concerts

2020


COME SING ALONG! - OPen CHOir singing

6. MÄRZ, 19.00 - 21.00

Foto: Yulia Kabakova
Foto: Yulia Kabakova

 

 

Theater im Roßstall, Augsburger Str. 8, 82110 Germering

an event in collaboration with  VHS Germering in Kooperation and Freundeskreis Germeringer Bürger e.V.

 

Registration -> here 


benefit concert

2. April, 19:30

Seven Munich based solo artists and ensembles have teamed up to perform for you and to donate their fee to two organizations: VVN Munich (Assosciation of the Victims of the Nazi Regime)  

The Comfort Dog Project in Uganda

 

Performing for you are:

efa-Improtheater, Monika Lichtenegger (soprano) & Tobias Stork (piano), Naomi Isaacs with an improvised talk about being biased,  , Ogaro Duo with music from the Mediterranean, Davide Casali Eschmann with improvised singing and flute playing, Andrea Pancur will be hosting the event.

Where? ars musica im Stemmerhof, Plinganserstr. 6, 81369 München

Tickets - > here


alpen klezmer - To the sea!

Friday, 24. April, 20.00

Following Andrea Pancur’s first groundbreaking Alpen Klezmer project which won the German World Music Prize and the prize for “Innovation” in folk culture from the City of Munich, she has now packed her kosher yodellers into her knapsack and is heading over the Alps to Italy. 

 

She’ll be roaming wherever she pleases, smuggling songs over the mountain passes in search of Yiddish Land until no one can really tell if Munich isn’t in fact somewhere in Italy. As always, she’ll follow her heart wherever it takes her, but who knows exactly where? One thing’s for sure –  it’ll be rough and wild but also tender and soulful. Yodellers melting into Nigunim, Italian-Jewish pesach songs blending with Bavarian ballads, and all to the backing of the sound of the warm, lapping waters of the Mediterranean.  

 

Featuring:

Patty Farrell - accordion

 

 

Where? Altmühlklause Breitenfurt, Schulstr. 19,  91795 Dollnstein


alpen klezmer - zum meer

Samstag, 25. april, 20.00

Foto: Werner Bauer
Foto: Werner Bauer

Following Andrea Pancur’s first groundbreaking Alpen Klezmer project which won the German World Music Prize and the prize for “Innovation” in folk culture from the City of Munich, she has now packed her kosher yodellers into her knapsack and is heading over the Alps to Italy. 

 

She’ll be roaming wherever she pleases, smuggling songs over the mountain passes in search of Yiddish Land until no one can really tell if Munich isn’t in fact somewhere in Italy. As always, she’ll follow her heart wherever it takes her, but who knows exactly where? One thing’s for sure –  it’ll be rough and wild but also tender and soulful. Yodellers melting into Nigunim, Italian-Jewish pesach songs blending with Bavarian ballads, and all to the backing of the sound of the warm, lapping waters of the Mediterranean.  

 

Featuring:

Patty Farrell - accordion

Where? Neue Gerbe, Kirchstr. 8, 88696 Billafingen


migrantig

Dienstag, 5. Mai, 20.30

Foto: Birgit Bode
Foto: Birgit Bode

Come listen to the stories father used to tell; there’s Grandmother in Penzberg, a little Bavarian mining town, who used to huddle under five eiderdowns so she could secretly hear the BBC on the wireless. Or the Slovenian grandfather who everyone knows is utterly devoted to the Social Democrats, but is also, secretly, a member of the Nazi party - though of course the family must never find out. Then there’s the complete abandonment of anything Slovenian in order to become more German than the Germans. And relief after the war still tinged with the definite feeling, even two generations later, of being a foreigner in one’s own land. A musical and autobiographical exploration of one family’s migration story.  

 

 

Featuring: 

Titus Waldenfels - pedal steel guitar, guitar, banjo, mandoline, violin

Where?  Theater im Fraunhofer, Fraunhoferstr. 9, 80469 München


INEMWYC

FIRST INTERNATIONAL NETWORK MEETING FOR WOMEN IN YIDDISH CULTUre

Friday, 11. September - Sunday 13. September

Logo@lamp
Logo@lamp

The first network meeting for women and non-binary people in Yiddish culture will take place on 11-13 September in the Villa Leon in Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany. The meeting will offer an inclusive and safe place where we welcome women* and non-binary people of all ages and religious backgrounds.. We invite artists of all kinds to participate, from amateurs to professional musicians and performers as well as researchers and Yiddishists, cantors or rabbis, journalists, festival organisers or assistants in the cultural sector, bookers and assistants, agents, visual artists, photographers etc. The aim of the meeting is to learn from each other and from our diverse experiences. People active in other, related cultural domains are also very welcome to join us.

*The network is trans-inclusive and welcomes all women.

 

 Where? Villa Leon, Philipp-Körber-Weg 1, 90439 Nürnberg                    ->  facebook-page

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