AL.Berlin thrilled to present:
Petra Nachtmanova in The Witches Tales.
The Witches Tales will Be Streaming Event every Tuesday during December From Bulblul Berlin.
The winter is here, and the wind is blowing.
Bringing ideas and sounds from far away,
Calling for healing and spirits from hell.
Against corona and old myths, the witches are here to hunt. To sing and dance, to curse patriarchy oppression, and binaries. They will celebrate laziness and hard work, personal stories, resistance, a memory of our home, and the diversity of our lived experience.
Every Tuesday night during December In a series of four live musical acts Hosted by the brilliant harridan DR. Samaher!
Please get your support us ticket!
The streaming will be open freely Of Course! ; but ticket money will serve as a crucial support to help us pay the rent and get relief in this hard time of Covid-19. This way you make sure we are still there for you While in lockdown, even if only online, and surely will be waiting to host you live and survive after we pass this crazy test strengthened together! Bulbul is about the meeting point with the community and it doesn’t exist without YOU!
Petra Nachtmanova will be playing, Tuesday 01.12 live in your living room, with Music and incanted sounds from various regions for healing in times of Pandemic and Exile.
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1.12 Petra Nachtmanova
8.12 Rasha Nahas
15.12 Djinn Power (Jamila Al-Yousef and Carina Sperk)
Petra was born in Vienna to a Polish mother and a Czech father. Since her early childhood she has been exposed to different cultures and styles of music, always searching for the connecting elements between them. Her musical paths have led her from being a young Oboe player in the capital of Classical Music through singing Renaissance and Baroque music in England, participating in the local Chinese Pop Idol in Ningbo, Bulgarian Polyphonic choirs, getting involved with Anatolian Bağlama Music as far as getting a taste of the Persian Radif Tradition.
As a singer and as a researcher of folk music and poetry Petra focuses on Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East. Living in Berlin since 2008 she has sung with the Bulgarian Folk Ensembles Bulgarian Voices Berlin and Peperuda, and she has been a founding member of the Berliner bands Tralalka and OKO playing traditional Eastern European songs in new arrangements. Her work on Anatolian Music and the Bağlama has been developing since 2010. Since then she has represented Austria in the International TRT Türkcevizyon Festival 2014 in Denizli, performed on ITV Public Television in Azerbaijan, the Turkish Radio Metropol FM, Kanal Avrupa, YolTV, Deutsche Welle, SWR2 MusikGlobal and played hundreds of concerts in the Anatolian Communities in Germany, France, Belgium and in Turkey. She worked together with the film director Stephan Talneau on the Arte documentary film project about the Bağlama and related instruments, SAZFilm (Released 2019).
WITCHES ARE HERE TO STAY!
Funded by: Music Board Berlin
|Petra Nachtmanova Bulbul Support Ticket (The Witches Tales)||Suggested price: €10,00|