Sariyah Idan, Katya Tasheva, Dana Shanti
Fr 30.09. 20:00 Uhr
Ein musikalischer Abend, gestaltet durch 3 einzigartig fast fabelhafte Wesen der Gesangskunst, die ihre eigenen individuellen Sets performen.
A night of music by three unique sirens of song playing three individual sets of music. Berlin based artists Dana Shanti and Katya Tasheva , and New Orleans based artist Sariyah Idan.
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Sariyah Idan is a New York bred & New Orleans based independent artist, music producer, & educator. Jazz & folk trained, hip-hop educated, & influenced by both Latinx/Caribbean sounds & her Jewish roots, Ms Idan has an "ability to seamlessly combine a wide variety of disparate styles and sonics into a memorable sound all her own", (Tinnitist). For her honoring the sounds of both influences & ancestors is a form of cultural activism. Her lyrics weave "powerful, soulful, spirited songs filled with stories of struggle, love and social justice". Her debut solo LP Breaking Shadows released in fall 2019. The 17 track album addresses love, power, shifting toxic patriarchy, and was recorded in Los Angeles, Berlin, & Lisbon.
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Berlin-based singer/songwriter, Dana Shanti, is a product of a bygone era wherein her country quaked in the shadow of the Berlin Wall. It was behind this wall that she was taught early to create that which she couldn’t otherwise obtain. This lesson spurred her to try her hand at music composition via a variety of instruments, pre-production of her own work, choreography, and both filming and film editing. In addition to collaborations with a wide-ranging array of creative cohorts, she released her debut LP in 2017 and has been releasing a string of singles and EPs in 2021 and 2022.
Bulgarian singer Katya Tasheva has been an active member of the Berlin music scene for more than 10 years. Her diverse vocal technique can be heard throughout her work with bands such as Rotfront, Mr. Zarko, Balkan Spirit Ensemble and Kaminer & die Antikörpers. In 2019 she started her project "The In-Between" in which she collaborates with various jazz, classical and folkoric musicians. Her style has been heavily inspired by the Bulgarian vocal and rhythmic tradition, as well as the music of Eastern Europe, Western Asia, Latin America, jazz and blues.rhythmic tradition, as well as the music of Eastern Europe, Western Asia, Latin America, jazz and blues.
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