So., 26. Nov.|
HIER & JETZT 2023 - Music & Art performances
An evening of performances by Arab and Jewish musicians, with musical influences from protest songs, and ethnic musical cultures and traditions.
Time & Location
26. Nov., 19:00
KUNSTTANKSTELLE OTTAKRING, Grundsteingasse 45, 1160 Wien, Austria
About the event
An evening of performances by Arab and Jewish musicians and artists, with musical influences from protest songs, and ethnic musical cultures and traditions.
Danielle Shoufra an israeli based in Berlin. A choreographer, an artist, and a mother. In her work Danielle questions where and how we acquire knowledge, how different doctrines apply to us, and how they can be transform into a poetic gesture.
Golnar Shahyar an Iranian-Canadian vocalist, composer and multi-instrumentalist and activist. Shahyar musical style is driven from an interest in experimentation and transcending old boundaries, both aesthetic and cultural.
Isabel Frey an Austrian jewish. Yiddish singer and social justice activist based in Vienna. I specialize in Yiddish revolutionary and resistance songs and reviving the tradition of left-wing Jewish activism by connecting it to contemporary political issues.
Krrar Alsaadi an Austrian-Iraqi artist and musician, his extensive repertoire in sound design, composition, and performance, the artist has already demonstrated it through various projects. The result is a distinctive and unique sound palette of intercultural musicians. It combines contemporary music elements like jazz and funk with traditional Arabic sounds, African rhythm and Kiri's authentic songwriting .His career has taken him to over 10 countries around the world and to the most prestigious venues.
Natalie Tamar Adler-Oppenheim, a Jewish Israeli theatre educator, theatre maker, musician and activist born and based in Vienna. She teaches non-violent communication skills at schools, very strongly relying on methods from Augusto Boal´s political `Theatre of the oppressed´. Throughout her art and educational work Natalie aims at empowering and giving a stage to withheld voices. With her own voice, she sings songs of protest and of hope.
William Elgan, William Elgan, An Austrian Israeli, musician, educator and activist. Engages and operates in the field of social science. Influenced by Rebellion music.