The Sequel
13-15/DECEMBER

GLOBAL SOUND REFLECTIONS

THREE EVENINGS - MUSIC AND MIGRATION 

How does music reflect border crossings and exile experiences worldwide? Which sound is it that turns music into a political instrument against our walled world? Sound meets lecture meets party: Three evenings on music and movement.

13/December 20:30
BEATS ACROSS BORDERS 
Berlin Lecture by and with Josh Kun Music Farahnaz Hatam, Milad Khawam, Abdallah Rahhal, DJ Ghanaian Stallion, BSMG
Afterwards talk with Manuela Bojadzijev, Silvia Fehrmann and Josh Kun 
In this hybrid musical lecture, cultural historian Josh Kun will explore the politics of 21st century migration. Based on his research in Berlin, Lampedusa, and Tijuana, Kun has been studying how forced movement across borders changes the way the world sounds.


14/December 20:30
VALERIE RENAY IN CONCERT
YOUR OWN SHADOW – MUSIC FOR FAST MOVING CLOUDS 

Album-Release-Performance by and with Valerie Renay 
French-Caribbean producer Valerie Renay mixes electronic empowerment with hymnic ecstasy over synths, guitars and hypnotic basslines. A ritual concert with punk attitude - »somewhere between Charlotte Gainsburg and Malaria« (Siegessäule).

15/December 20:30
BALKAN SOUL 
Concert by and with Vernesa Berbo and Balkan Boys 
Each new culture brings as gifts its emotions and its stories. Musicians from the Thuringian Balkan Forest seek with actress Vernesa Berbo the new in traditional Balkan music: jazz, Roma music, soul, folk and schliwowitza meet unchecked.

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