Postponed: Kiezsalon w/ Galya Bisengalieva & Carmen Villain / Wednesday, 25.11.2020

We cordially invite you to what was originally Kiezsalon’s April edition, with the Berlin premiere of award winning Kazakh/British violinist Galya Bisengalieva and Norwegian-Mexican ambient composer Carmen Villain.

With a new round of regulations in Berlin, our final Kiezsalon of 2020 with Kazakh/British violinist Galya Bisengalieva and Norwegian-Mexican ambient composer Carmen Villain is postponed. We hope to reschedule it in two weeks time, of course all tickets remain valid for the new date. We will let you know asap about the new date.

Galya Bisengalieva is an award-winning Kazakh/British violinist. She has forged her reputation as a soloist, improviser and collaborator with artists and composers of varied genres including Laurie Spiegel, Thom Yorke, Frank Ocean, and Suzanne Ciani through her leadership role at the London Contemporary Orchestra.

Norwegian-Mexican artist and producer Carmen Villain makes atmospheric music made up of tapestries of field-recordings, an array of instruments, vocals, programmed drums, and synths, culminating in her own distinctive sound combining elements of ambient and experimental pop with an electro-acoustic touch. She is currently releasing on widely-respected independent Norwegian label Smalltown Supersound.

As part of our safety first policy, tickets are only available online. There is no box office or guest list. So be sure to book your pre-sale Tickets in advance.

Please be aware that for the reopening of Kiezsalon, the safety of our guests is the top priority. The format of the event and venue arrangements have been adapted to maximize safety, and we have created a strict Kiezsalon hygiene and safety policy for the event.

Galya Bisengalieva & Carmen Villain

Postponed: Wednesday, 25th November 2020
Doors 18:00 | Start 19:00 CET
Musikbrauerei | Greifswalder Strasse 23a in 10407 Berlin/Prenzlauer Berg

Photo © Nicol Vizioli

Galya Bisengalieva | Carmen Villain | Event @ Facebook | Tickets

The Kiezsalon is curated by Michael Rosen and funded by Senate Department for Culture and Europe.
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