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Internationales Sommerfestival 2022
Diasporic Echoes im Avant-Garten:

Lesung: Musa Okwonga "In The End, It Was All About Love" / Konzert: Maxym Pustovit "Unihorn"

  • © Phil Dera
Music / Theory
  • Duration: Lesung: ca. 90 Min. / Konzert: ca 90 Min.
  • Thu, 18.08.2022 18:30
    Waldbühne free entrance

At 18:30 (Reading in English)
In this novel, Musa Okwonga talks about what it is like to find your way as a Black man in Berlin and to reconcile your past, present and future. IN THE END, IT WAS ALL ABOUT LOVE (to be published in German by Mairisch Verlag this autumn) is a touching poetic text about dating, love and sexuality, about racism and alienation, about loss and self-acceptance. And about the search for home – a place where one feels comfortable and safe; where skin color does not matter, somewhere between Uganda, London and Berlin.

At 20:30
The jazz trumpeter and composer Maxym Pustovit toured the world before the Russian invasion of Ukraine began. Since then he has been living in Hamburg. With UNIHORN he presents virtuoso sounds between jazz lounge and deep house.

Wed, 10.08. - Concert: Dima Dawood
Thu, 11.08.  - Reading: Lin Hierse / Concert: Wassim Mukdad
Fri,  12.08.  - Reading: Sasha Filipenko / Concert: Böttcher Ensemble
Sat, 13.08.  - Reading: Sasha Marianna Salzmann / Concert: Maryna Zarubina
Fri,  19.08. -  Reading: Behrouz Boochani / Concert: Alexei
Sat, 20.08. -  Reading: Dmitrij Kapitelman / Concert: Hakan Tuğrul & Tayfun Guttstadt
Thu, 25.08. - Reading: JJ Bola / Concert: Jean Jannochkin & Co.
Fri,  26.08. -  Reading: Gianni Jovanovic / Concert: Guest students of HfMT
Sat, 27.08. -  Reading: Duygu Ağal / Concert: Rania Badri

SPONSORED by the ZEIT Foundation Ebelin and Gerd Bucerius

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