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BERLIN CALLING! Piranha Picks of the Week - Aether ueber Berlin

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Thursday 30 NOVEMBER

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Not all groovy music is set to girl-meets-boy lyrics, for one thing. And for another, everything is debatable in the free world, including EPA, the Economic Partnership Agreement between the EU and the African Caribbean Pacific countries (ACP) with its stress on reciprocity and non-discriminatory relations. Daniel Muhuni, Agnieszka Krzeminska and Sven Kacirek have recorded critical voices in Kenya who speak their mind about EPA. The interviews are the core material for a new album that will be presented at ACUD

Where: Acud Macht Neu, Veteranenstraße 21, 10119 Berlin // When: 20:00
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Friday 1 DECEMBER



Two guitars, a violin, a cajon and four powerful voices – Barcelona's Las Migas are the rather rare case of an all-female quartet in the field of Flamenco and beyond. Contemporary, worldly, undogmatic and coming on strong!

Where: Quasimodo, Kantstr. 12a, 10623 Berlin // When: 20:00
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Saturday 2 DECEMBER

The grand old man of Berlin Singing / SongwritingManfred Maurenbrecher. A poet. An incessant topical song chronicler of things goin' on. A dinosaur "Politrocker", as we say in German – not many left in the country after Hannes Wader's Farewell
@ Tempodrom on Thursday 30 NOVEMBER. Here's Manfred's anthem about the Wilmersdorf neighborhood he's living in – check out the hilarious Bob Dylan / Allen Ginsberg impersonation @ 4:21:



Now presenting his new album "Flüchtig", a collection of songs about travelling – the world, in time, in your mind and however else you want to

Where: Zimmer 16, Florastraße 16 , 13187 Berlin // When: 21:00
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Sunday 3 DECEMBER

The Grande Dame of contemporary African-American Jazz – Amina Claudine Myers. Duetting with Archie Shepp in 2001:



Where: YAAM, An der Schillingbrücke 3, 10243 Berlin // When: 20:00
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Monday 4 DECEMBER



A truly distinct voice on today's music scene, back with his new album "The Study on Falling"Asaf Avidan

Where: Huxleys Neue Welt, Hasenheide 107 - 113, 10967 Berlin // When: 19:00
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CANCELLED!!!

Tuesday 5 DECEMBER



Raung Raya very exclusively presents Ata Ratu, the Queen of Jungga – outside of Indonesia for the first time with her selfmade 4 string Juke lutes and her astonishing performances! On a double bill with Aural Archipelago founder Palmer Keen. Get prepared properly with the fab documentations @ Aural Archipelago / Purra Tanya and Aural Archipelago / Ata Ratu

The concert is x-rated 18+ and has a strict no-photos / no-videos policy

CANCELLED!!!

Where: Berghain / Panorama Bar, Am Wriezener Bahnhof, 10243 Berlin // When: 21:00
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Wednesday 6 DECEMBER

Following into mother Dee Dee Bridgewater's footsteps more and more each day – China Moses. Although it is a bit longish all in all, we'd rather you still don't skip her slow getting into the groove @ JazzBaltica in 2015. Totally captivating as it is:



Where: Gretchen, Obentrautstr. 19-21, 10963 Berlin // When: 20:00
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Thursday 7 – Saturday 9 DECEMBER



Back after successfully touring Slovenia and Croatia and scoring "Best Production" @ 27th international Festival "Marulicevi Dani" in Split – Pavlica Bajsic Brazzoduro's "Aether ueber Berlin". The expatriate Croatian living in Berlin poetically revives the early days of radio at the beginning of the 20th Century, the medium's frailty and magic. Some more and more variable impressions from when the play's early stage when it was still called "Hoerspiel":



Where: Ballhaus Ost, Pappelallee 15, 10437 Berlin // When: 20:00
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FLICK OF THE WEEK


While the unspeakable's busily fantasizing walls of utter voodoo through the Texan / Mexican desert – life goes on. And how it does! Pixar's "Coco" is a breathtaking American celebration of Mexico – its people, its culture, its spellbinding bi-polarity between an exceptional lust for life and a deep fascination with death alike. Suitable for all ages, of course – meet Las Piranhas with their families at the movie theater of your choice

Where: At a cinema near you


Forward in all directions!

Yours truly

Las Piranhas


Lead Photo: Artemis Chalkidou + Andreas Nickl © "Aether ueber Berlin"

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