Screening of a German silent film from 1928 accompanied by improvising musicians.
Syndicate will make an appearance at this Czech-Polish music outing as one of the 3 Czech bands which will be joined by 2 bands from Poland. After the concert, a sleepover night will ensue at the concert venue, in which Autopoetik will enhance your sleep with his dose of dreamy and eerie soundscapes.
Bring your own sleeping bags, sleeping mats, blankets, or everything you want and need.
- Breakfast included
- !!! TRANSPORT / CARSHARING:
’The Art of the Symphony’ is a new documentary film in which we follow the creative voyage of painter Maryleen Schiltkamp, who invites us to experience her work on depicting Shostakovich’s symphonies on the canvas. The film culminates in the creation of three paintings evoking passages from Shostakovich’s Fourth Symphony, created “live” in her Prague studio. Produced by the DSCH Journal affiliate DSCH Films, written & directed by Alan Mercer.
Get carried away by a free-jazz surge of energy: two basses, shireking saxophone, indomitable trumpet and a drummer who plays like five guys at the same time!
Probably my last solo gig before leaving to Indonesia. It will be a blast!
The film adaptation of Dante's Divine Comedy from 1911 accompanied by Alex Švamberk (percussion), Karel Žďárský (violoncello), Martin Lauer (double bass), Tomáš Braun (guitar), Vlastislav Matoušek (dulcimer, percussion), Anna Romanovská (violin), Mikoláš Chadima (saxophone), Martin Leták (cajon), Jan Faix (piano), Marie Klepetková (shamanic percussion), Jozef Láska (upright bass), Aida Mujačič (vocals, saz)
A screening of three films from the Stalin era which will be accompanied by Filip Jakš (metal industrial instruments), Jan Polanský (electronics), Uncle Grasha (industrial equipment), Mikoláš Chadima (saxophone), Jan Faix (electronics), Martin Lauer (double bass), Marie Klepetková (shaman drum & vocals), Karel Žďárský (violoncello), Vít Klouček (thěremin), Tomáš Braun (guitar).
Bridgwater’s 3rd annual Twinning Weekend will culminate in a showcase of international musical entertainment from our 5 twin towns.
Artists from Malta, Italy, France, Germany and the Czech Republic will take to the stage alongside Somerset musicians in a good time party atmosphere to celebrate all that is good about International friendship. The bands will include Italian rockabilly band AFTER DARK and Italian folk group ‘Peppa’s Band’.