Tips for the upcoming week
(17 – 23 March 2016)

Saxon Switzerland in early spring (Photo: C. Reichert)
Saxon Switzerland in early spring (Photo: C. Reichert)

Thursday, 17 March 2016:  I am Oak (NL) (indie rock concert)

They have been called night songs. Music “that takes you on a journey” is what the judges of the 3VOOR12 Award 2011 wrote. That prize was for Oasem (pronounced as awesome) by I Am Oak, according to the judges the best Dutch album of that year. Thijs Kuijken from Utrecht wrote the folk album alone and performs it with I Am Oak. Now their new album is released and they are out to convince also the German audiences of their unique style.
Beginning: 7:30 p.m.; Admission: €12; How to get there: Kino in der Fabrik (KIF), Tharandter Straße 33, 01159 Dresden; BUS 63 ‘Clara-Viebig-Straße’ stop or TRAM 6,7,12 or BUS 61,63 ‘Tharandter Straße’ stop.

More information: http://goo.gl/5JsP9J

 

Friday, 18 March 2016: ALBUM (dance performance)

ALBUM tracks down memories of the time when the analogue world entered the digital age. From a nascent MTV and videoclip choreographies to today’s self-made YouTube generation compulsively hunting for the perfect self-portrait. How do we portray ourselves in front of a camera? What surroundings do we choose; what references do we make, or not? What do the portrayal, the pose tell us? Who is watching whom?
Beginning: 7:30 p.m.; Admission: €21/€11, if you bring your student-ID card; How to get there: Hellerau – European Centre of the Arts Dresden, Karl-Liebknecht-Str.56, 01109 Dresden, TRAM 8 ‘Festspielhaus Hellerau‘

More information: en.hellerau.org/album

 

Saturday, 19 March 2016:  local Easter art market at Schloss Wackerbarth

The vineyard Schloss Wackerbarth invites all visitors to enjoy the first days of spring in its lovely atmosphere. Together with the manufacturing house Meißen, they present old customs, delightful spring creations and culinary specialities of the region. In the Easter rabbit workshop, old and young can create their own individual Easter presents.
Beginning: 10 a.m.; Admission: €5, children until 16 years are free; How to get there: Schloss Wackerbarth, Wackerbarthstraße 1, 01445 Radebeul, TRAM 4 ’Schloss Wackerbarth, Radebeul’ stop.

More information: www.schloss-wackerbarth.de/deutsch/unsere-veranstaltungen/feste-und-hoehepunkte/osterkunstmarkt

 

Saturday, 19 March 2016: JazzLust (Jazz concert)

Micha Winkler and Andreas Gundlach play at this weeks JazzLust traditional and new songs. They interpret them newly and with virtuosity, adding parts of pop and improvisations. Their repertoire starts with the classics over folk songs and also covers hits from todays chart list. So enjoy the evening in a new and jazzy atmosphere.
Beginning: 8 p.m.; Admission: €19; How to get there: Cosel-Palais Dresden, An der Frauenkirche 12, 01069 Dresden; TRAM 1,2,4 ‚Altmarkt’ stop.

More information:  www.pianosalon.de/aktuelles/veranstaltung/jazzlust/

 

Sunday, 20 March 2016: Spring Festival Hellerau

The Golgi garden invites all friends of international gathering: On this lovely spring day, the first seeding will happen and music will be played and workshops will be held on how to do herbal salts. The idea is to spend a great time with open minded and nice people in the international Garden Hellerau.
Beginning: 12 a.m. (noon); Admission: free; How to get there: Hellerau – European Centre of the Arts Dresden, Karl-Liebknecht-Str.56, 01109 Dresden, TRAM 8 ‘Festspielhaus Hellerau‘.

More information: www.hellerau.org/fruehlingsfest2016

 

Sunday, 20 March 2016: Haydn at the Frauenkirche (classic concert)

Being part of the series ’Clerical Sunday Music’, the Frauenkirche presents great inheritage of spiritual music. The famos composer Haydn of the 18th century created also various pieces with christian themes, some of them will be performed this Sunday by the  Frauenkirche choir.
Beginning: 3 p.m.; Admission: €12; How to get there: Frauenkirche Dresden, Neumarkt, 01067 Dresden; TRAM 1,2,4 ‘Altmarkt‘ stop.

More information: www.frauenkirche-dresden.de/kalender/detail/event/16535/

 

Monday, 21 March 2016: Faber (CH) (singer-songwriter concert) 

The singer-songerwriter who is born in Zurich in 1993, can not be described easily. He is full of dreams and doubts, he is charming and cynical at the same time. And so is his music. He makes music since 2007 and for the last couple of years, he played more than 300 concerts. He is not an everyday artist.
Beginning: 8 p.m.; Admission: €12; How to get there: Thalia Cinema, Görlitzer Straße 6, 01099 Dresden; TRAM 13 ‘Görlitzer Straße’ stop.

More information: www.facebook.com/fabermusik and http://goo.gl/yd57AB

 

Tuesday, 22 March 2016: Emily Millard (CAN) (folk/pop concert)

Emily Millard, known formerly as Miss Emily Brown, is a Canadian singer-songwriter whose unique blend of art-folk, roots-pop and jazz has been called “inventive”, “decadent” and “beautifully ethereal”. She has toured extensively throughout Canada and Germany, both as a solo artist and with a rotating band of eclectic and experimental young talent. Emily’s new single Paradise (March 2016) marks her first release under her birth name.
Beginning: 8 p.m.; Admission: €10; How to get there: Societaetstheater, An der Dreikönigskirche 1a, 01097 Dresden; TRAM 4,8,9 ‘Neustädter Markt’ stop or TRAM 3,6,7,8,11 ‘Albertplatz’ stop.

More information: www.societaetstheater.de/Stueckdetail/event_id/EMILY-MILLARD-CAN-102158/termin_id/2016-Tue-22-Mar-2000Uhr-1338032

 

Wednesday, 23 March 2016: Spotlight (movie in original version)

When the Boston Globe’s tenacious “Spotlight” team of reporters delves into allegations of abuse in the Catholic Church, their year-long investigation uncovers a decades-long cover-up at the highest levels of Boston’s religious, legal, and government establishment, touching off a wave of revelations around the world.
Beginning: 9:30 p.m.; Admission: €6/€5, if you bring your student-ID card; How to get there: Thalia Cinema, Görlitzer Straße 6, 01099 Dresden; TRAM 13 ‘Görlitzer Straße’ stop.

More information: www.thalia-dresden.de/monat.php

 

 

 

 

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