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Echoes from Berlin: Audio-visual performances
7 December 2016 at 20:30
at ARTos Foundation

Within the framework of the 8th X-Dream Festival

ARTos Foundation in collaboration with Moving Silence and the Goethe-Institute, and with the support of the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Instituto Cervntes Nicosia present “Echoes from Berlin” an evening of audio-visual performances by the Berlin based musicians Ann & Bones (DE) and Diegostein (DE), which will take place on the 7th December at 20:30, at ARTos Foundation, within the framework of the 8th X-Dream Festival.

Ann & Bones:
As a little girl Ann Weller was setting fairy-tales into music on her piano. Today she writes songs together with producer and guitarist Borils Meinhold and drummer Benny Glass. Her warm, fragile voice and her classically influenced piano style are enveloped in minimalistic drum grooves and a mystic-surf guitar. It shines through that the band is resident within the Berlin electronic club scene.

*The American guitar player Michael Di Lalla will be supporting Ann’s solo show

Michael Di Lalla:
A lifelong New Yorker, Michael is an accomplished songwriter, guitarist, producer and music educator. In his 20 year music career, he has worked with some of the industry's best. His compelling music has been featured in television around the world including MTV, ABC, CBS, BBC among many others. He is the lead singer and guitarist for his melodic indie rock band Keygrip, who to date, have released 2 full length albums.

DIE! GOLDSTEIN is the Berlin-based project of Diego Mar. He has played more than 100 times live worldwide, in cities such as Berlin, Barcelona, Madrid, London, Glasgow, Rome, Tokyo, Kyoto, and Bangkok, and has shared a stage with bands such as Mogwai, Oceansize, Sakamoto and Vessels. DIE! GOLDSTEIN invites the listener to join his beautiful progression from dark and desperate dystopian states through mal-topia and hope to finally arrive at an enlightened, utopian present.

Free admission

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