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Piranha Picks of the Week - A quick guide to this week's concerts in Berlin

We are back with our weekly suggestions on concerts to attend this week in our city.

Thursday 23rd of March
Nosh Berlin and Shtetl Neukolln Present: The Gefilte Ball. A night filled with Yiddish pleasures; Jeffrey Yoskowitz, comes directly from New York to present his new "cookbook" - The Gefilte Manifesto. Dancing and live klezmer immediately following.

Where: Ballhaus Rixdorf Studios, Kottbusser Damm 76, 10967 // When: 19:00
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Friday 24th of March
Skip & Die, Gato Preto visit our city for a Tropical Fever Party at YAAM! The two bands decided to remix their forces for a world with better grooves. Highly Recommended

Where: YAAM Berlin, An der Schillingbrücke 3, 10243 Berlin // When: 23:59
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Saturday 25th of March
Every 4th weekend, Hangar 49 celebrates the clash of cultures and the global mix - this time, they do it with the Berlin Russian Beats giants SkaZka Orchestra. Their musical style is balancing somewhere between Russian folk, klezmer, ska, punk, Latin rhythms and Slavic melancholy. We have seen them live before and can reassure you that they're gonna make you dance all night. Afterparty with great Djs is also planned to follow.

Where: Hangar 49, Holzmarktstr. 15-18, 10179 // When: 21:00
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Sunday 26th of March
Bassekou Kouyaté & Ngoni Ba are one of the most interesting and exciting artists in today’s African music scene. Bassekou Kouyaté has been announced as the "Best African Artist of the Year" by BBC while the Independent called Ngoni Ba “the best rock’n’roll band in the world” after their prize-winner’s concert at Royal Albert Hall. Big press names like these never lie - go and find out yourselves.

Where: HAU1, Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 // When: 20:00
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Raul Jaurena is one of the best bandooists that has received a Latin Grammy award for his album "Te amo Tango" in 2007. On the same day he is having a concert at Nikolaisaal in Potsdam. Not that far away from Berlin, it deffinately worth the way to see this Bandoneon maestro.

Where: Nikolaisaal, Wilhelm-Staab-Str. 10/11, D-14467, Potsdam // When: 16:00
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Wednesday 29th of March
Piano Day is a worldwide celebration of the piano every 88th day of the year. Join Funkhaus Berlin for this years festivities in our coty at the legendary recording studio 1. Among the performing artists are; Poppy Ackroyd, Khaled Kurbeh & Raman Khalaf, Kaada, Malakoff Kowalski and more.

Where: Funkhaus Berlin, Nalepastraße 18, 12459 // When: 18:00
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© photo: Bassekou Kouyate

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