April 2016

 

5th creole Award Winners Concert

Saturday 09.04.2016 6:00 PM | Saal, S1

Admission: free

Organizer: Werkstatt der Kulturen

Production Flyer



Three Winners - Three Sets - One Concert

The creole Award is the competition for global sounds! As Germany's only World Music Competition, creole presents talented musicians, bands and ensembles that provide ​​the soundtrack for a pluralistic society influenced by migration and transculturality using new musical languages.

creole is about distinctive musical diversity, fusions resulting from migration and transculturality and the coolest musical developments of the 21st century - and last but not least, of course, it is also about the exciting multiple day music contest bringing together the best Global Beat bands of the Republic on one stage!

In November 2015, the following artists were awarded 2000 Euros and the World Music Award for the 5th creole Berlin Brandenburg:

  • THOMAS KOLARCZYK ENSEMBLE
  • DUO AL-KHAYYAT & THIELE
  • NASSER KILADA RANIN

All three of these exceptional acts will be performing on 9 April 2016 from 8 PM onward at the creole Award Winners Concert at the WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN. A pleasure to the ear!
 

At 6:00 PM, prior to the concert, musician and host Aziza A. will be leading a panel discussion with Ayberk Coskun (Konservatorium für türkische Musik Berlin) and Andreas Freudenberg (Global Music Academy) as well as the panel of judges from the 5th creole Berlin Brandenburg Björn Döring (Reeperbahn Festival), Natascha Roth (Hochschule der populären Künste) and Peer Steinwald (Budde Music) on the influence of Turkish and Arab folk and pop music on popular music in Germany.
 

Invite Friends

For those of you who may have missed the contest in November 2015: take a look at the performances of the award winners here:

DUO AL-KHAYYAT & THIELE:


NASSER KILADA RANIN:


THOMAS KOLARCZYK ENSEMBLE:

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The facilities of the WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN are accessible to wheelchair users. Please call us in advance on +49 (0)30 60 97 70-0 to ensure proper access support.