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Donauwelle – Das Stand-up Comedy Open Mic
Die alternative Comedy-Szene in Berlin boomt und bringt großartige junge Comedians hervor. “Donauwelle” ist ein Stand-up Open Mic auf Deutsch, bei dem ihr 8-10 Comedians beim Ausprobieren und Feilen an ihren Sets zusehen könnt. In der chilligen Atmosphäre der Jazz-Bar hört ihr also Witze zum ersten Mal – und vielleicht auch zum letzen.
Kommt zum Lachen, Weinen, Trinken und erlebt Live-Comedy am Puls der Zeit. Moderiert wird das Spektakel von Doro Fesel und Maja Stinnen. Wir freuen uns auf euch!
Beginn: 20.30 Uhr
Ende: 22.30 Uhr
Eintritt frei – Spende erwünscht
Comedians: Einfach Spot posten, das Line-up wird wenige Tage vor der Veranstaltung veröffentlicht
Mittwoch, 15. Mai
Stereo Heart Fabiana Striffler & Greg Cohen
Fabiana Striffler – violine (DE)
Greg Cohen – bass (USA)
This Duo was born in 2010 and the two have maintained a musical collaboration and a close friendship ever since their arrival in Berlin.
Donnerstag, 16. Mai
Vamp Muzik Vol.1 feat. Magro & Pia Ovanda
Pia Ovanda is new in town and we’re all very happy about that!
The band also kicks ass so why wouldn’t you come?
Beats Music and RnB
Come and vibe with us…
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Freitag, 17. Mai
Otis Sandsjö, Sax / Moritz Baumgärtner, Drums / Lukas Traxel, Bass
“Mit ( (( ((( traxsjögärtner ))) )) ) präsentiert der Schweizer Bassist Lukas Traxel zum ersten Mal seine eigenen Kompositionen. Dafür hat er sich mit Otis Sandsjö, dem eigenständigen und unverkennbaren Saxofonisten der jungen europäischen Jazzszene und dem Schlagzeuger Moritz Baumgärtner, der längst nicht nur als rhythmisches Rückgrat, sondern als ein weiterer klangprägender Instrumentalist fungiert, zusammengetan. Dabei funktioniert die Band als Kollektiv, in dem jeder der drei Ausnahmemusiker das Konzert in ungeahnte Bahnen lenken kann. Gemeinsam entsteht ein organischer Klangkörper, welcher mal energetisch und virtuos, mal verträumt und melancholisch daherkommt.”
Samstag, 18. Mai
Fima Trio feat. Dima Bondarev
Dima Bondarev – trumpet
Fima Chupakhin – piano
Igor Spallati – bass
Fabian Rösch – drums
Fima Chupakhin was born in Krivoy Rog, an industrial city in the East part of Ukraine. He was first exposed to music in the age of 5, when his mother had bought him a small childish piano. Since that time Fima fell in love with music and the sound of piano. He was exposed to classical piano repertoire and choir music when he had entered a music school, and that had significantly influenced his future musical outlook.
In 2005 Fima Chupakhin started his professional jazz career, entering the First Moscow International Jazz Piano Competition. In 2007 Chupakhin and Dima Bondarev formed them own jazz project “Acoustic Quartet”, with whom was recorded 3 albums of mostly original music. In 2010 “Acoustic Quartet” won a Gran-Prix at the prestigious Jazz Competition for the Young Performers at Usadba Jazz Festival. Since that time “AQ” (acronym for Acoustic Quartet) had become one of the most famous Ukrainian jazz groups in the Post Soviet Union area, and Chupakhin – one of the top-ranked young Ukrainian jazz pianists. In addition, Fima has gained the reputation of being a prolific cross-genre keyboardist, as he had participated in the recording of 15 crossover albums. He also has been extensively touring with “AQ” and with the famous Ukrainian pop/rock artists in Poland, Germany, Czech Republic, Georgia, Israel, Russia and Belarus.
In 2012, Fima has been awarded the world prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to pursue his studies in the United States of America in 2012-2014. Chupakhin holds two master’s degrees in Jazz Studies from William Paterson University of New Jersey and Kharkiv State University of Arts (Ukraine). At William Paterson University Fima has been shaping his unique voice under the leadership of the highly acclaimed pianist James Weidman, and other great musicians, including Armen Donelian, Steve LaSpina, Vincent Herring, Rich Perry and the legendary pianist Mulgrew Miller.
After finishing study in US Fima remained in New York being active there to now.
Born in 1984 in Ukraine, Dima Bondarev began playing the trumpet at the age of 9. He discovered his passion for Jazz after initially studying classical music as a child.
In 2011 and 2016, he was awarded the Polish Cultural Scholarship “Gaude Polonia” and went on to study in Warsaw and Wroclaw with Piotr Wojtasik and Robert Majewski.
Between 2008 and 2013, Bondarev was very active in Ukraine, Russia and Poland taking part in major Jazz festivals and concert tours. He is a member of the famous Ukrainian Jazz band Acoustic Quartet and Magnifika group. Since 2007, he has participated in various international music contests and festivals in Russia and Ukraine. In 2010 he won the grand prize at MuzEnergo Festival, Usadba Jazz Festival and the First Award at International Contest of Young Jazz Performers named after Kim Nazaretov (Rostov-on-Don) in 2011.
Since 2013 Bondarev has been based in Berlin where he undertook both Batchelor and Master studies at the Jazz Institut Berlin (JIB) with Gerard Presencer, Tom Arthurs, Martin Auer and Sebastian Studnitzky, as well as John Hollenbeck, Greg Cohen, Geoffroy De Masure, Julia Hulsmann, Tino Derado, Guilherme Castro and Javier Reyes.
He received the Deutschlandstipendium in 2017 as well as the JIB-Jazz-Preis der Karl Hofer Gesellschaft in 2015 for the Bondarev/Osypov Quintet.
Bondarev’s own group, the Dima Bondarev Quintet, has performed at festivals all around Europe including the Umbria Jazz Festival in Italy, Xjazz Festival in Germany, Jazz nad Odra in Poland, Jazz Bez in Ukraine and Poland and Jazz à Montauban in France.
His debut Album “I’m Wondering” won the 2nd price of ’50th Jazz and Odra festival’ in Wroclaw (Poland, 2014), the 1st Price of Festival de Jazz à Montauban (France, 2014), and the JIB-Jazz-Preis 2015 Der Karl Hofer Gesellschaft Gestiftet von Toni und Albrecht Kumm. The band was also presented at the Umbria Jazz Festival as a special guest.
As a sideman Dima has collaborated with Greg Cohen, Joey Baron, Conrad Herwig, Steve Turre, Nels Cline, Jim Black, Dana Hall, NDR Big Band, Josh Ginsburg, Wanja Slavin, Elias Stemeseder and many others.