March 2016


Far & Near

Sunday 06.03.2016 8:00 PM | Saal

Admission: 15 / 10 / 5 € (with Berlinpass)

Organizer: Werkstatt der Kulturen/ Konservatorium für türkische Musik Berlin


Far & NEar

A combination of dancers, actors and musicians, bring various artistic and cultural influences together on the stage

"Stolen Voice" tells the revised Siberian legend illustrating heroes and gods bringing the interconnectedness of all living things and the eternal struggle between good and evil to light. The performance is an exciting mix of shadow theater, mask dance and music performance. There is an international, eclectic mix of dance styles ranging from northern Indian Kathak to Sufi Dervish dances and Balinese mask dances. The highlight of the performance will be when the music is played live by actors.


In the second part of the program, the multi-instrumentalists "Duo Nadishana-Kuckhermann" and artists from the Conservatory for Turkish Music with take the audience on a musical journey with their own works as well as traditional music pieces from Turkey.


Duo Nadishana-Kuckhermann explores ways to play the Hang and other handpans in the musical context of rare ethnic flutes and world percussion. Thanks to their technical expertise and mastery of their instruments, Nadishana and David Kuckhermann are held in high esteem in the World Music circuit. Both musicians are also composers and the program consists of their own compositions.

In this duo, they bring their talents together developing an innovative, fresh and unmistakable energy.


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An event in cooperation with the Konservatoriums für türkische Musik Berlin and WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN.