Hamburg / Outdoor Stage

Hamburger Kultur International

 

As part of the Hamburger Kultursommer, Move the North in collaboration with The English Theatre of Hamburg are excited to present: “Hamburger Kultur International”. Join us for our two week outdoors festival program at the Marzipanfabrik and enjoy music, theatre, literature and more. The entrance is free.​​​​​​​​​​​​

 

​When: 19.07.- 01.08. 2021 

Where: Drilling Bar / Marzipanfabrik  (Altona/Bahrenfeld). Haus 4 beim Schornstein, Friesenweg 4, 22763 Hamburg

 

For further information on the individual events click here. / Weitere Informationen über die einzelnen Events finden Sie hier.

Performances will be held safely according to all current Corona Health Authority recommendations and with restricted seating. Guest must register via the Luca App or paper sheet. 

Gefördert im Rahmen des Kultursommers Hamburg.

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Program:

01.08.2021

Paul Glaser, Silvia Varelli & Friends

Oublie Loulou

Hallo Harlem, Hallo Hamburg

31.07.2021

Paul Glaser, Silvia Varelli & Friends

The Classical Songbook

Floy: Me, Myself & Janis Joplin

30.07.2021

Paul Glaser, Silvia Varelli & Friends

Marshall Titus

Floy: Me, Myself & Janis Joplin

 

29.07.2021

Hallo Harlem, Hallo Hamburg

28.07.2021

Ravel Sonate

Fjarill

 

27.07.2021

Ravel Sonate

Marshall Titus

DMH

 

26.07.2021

Mark Lyndon: How to be a Hamburger

DMH

 

25.07.2021

Die Vorlesemanufaktur: Anders

Benny Brown Band

24.07.2021

Gold & Pagels: Soul, Pop, Jazz Duo

Eniola Falases & Patrick Pagels: Soul, Funk, Jazz Duo

23.07.2021

Adam Brixton: Back to Myself

Siegmar singt Sommer

22.07.2021

Die Vorlesemanufaktur: Heinrich Heine - Deutschland ein Wintermärchen, presented by Maureen Havlena & Theresa Berlage

Benny Brown Band

 

21.07.2021

Vanessa Poole: My Big Chance

Siegmar singt Sommer

 

20.07.2021

Vanessa Poole: My Big Chance

Adam Brixtron: Back to Myself

19.07.2021

Lisa Mårtensson: A lecture on how I learned to time travel

Die Vorlesemanufaktur: Abschiede - Briefe aus 6 Jahrhunderten, presented by Alexander Kruuse Mettin & Theresa Berlage

01.08.2021

 

15:00  Paul Glaser, Silvia Varelli & Friends 

​The choreographer Silvia Varelli and two dancers interpret poems by the Swedish poet Karin Boye in collaboration with Swedish born director and actor Paul Glaser in four languages (German, Swedish, English, Italian). An inspiring and thought-provoking improvisation of poetry and dance. Dramaturge Joanna Kaczmarek is also part of the creative team. Dancers: Maaria Lata, Maksym Lata.

17:00  Oublie Loulou 

​Straight from France, OUBLIE LOULOU returns from the Mediterranean with a suitcase full of melodic souvenirs and the desire to arouse wanderlust in Hamburg’s audiences with their newly imported French chansons. Let yourself be carried away musically - Allez, en route! With: Anja Treskatis (vocals), Goran Lazarevic (accordion), Dawid Zurawski (guitar), Thomas Prisching (double bass), Sebastian Albrecht (clarinet / saxophone)

19:30  Hallo Harlem, Hallo Hamburg 

​The American Soul and Blues singer Joanne Bell, along with her outstanding band, takes us on an entertaining musical journey from Harlem to Hamburg. Joanne Bell is known to the German audience through her many starring roles in Musicals and shows, such as „Bessie and Billie“, „Porgy and Bess“ and „Ain’t Misbehaving“ as well as her numerous TV appearances, amongst others Germany’s The Voice.

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31.7.2021

15:00  Paul Glaser, Silvia Varelli & Friends 

​The choreographer Silvia Varelli and two dancers interpret poems by the Swedish poet Karin Boye in collaboration with Swedish born director and actor Paul Glaser in four languages (German, Swedish, English, Italian). An inspiring and thought-provoking improvisation of poetry and dance. Dramaturge Joanna Kaczmarek is also part of the creative team. Dancers: Maaria Lata, Maksym Lata.

​17:00  The Classical Songbook 

In The Classical Songbook, Caroline Bruker presents the sounds of summer in an atmospheric recital. The American soprano is accompanied by pianist Jon Mortimer. Originally from Augusta in the US state of Georgia, the repertoire of the singer ranges from early music to modern opera.

19:30  Floy: Me, Myself & Janis Joplin

On the 50th anniversary of Janis Joplin's death, the Hamburg soul singer Floy verbally and musically moves thoughts on what the spirit of Janis Joplin meant to her and the world, then and now. A spirit of departure, of the unconventional, of freedom and revolution. Because tearing down inner and outer boundaries has lost little of its topicality. Soul singer Floy, who has fascinated audiences for decades, not only in her native Hamburg, reveals in this rousing show what her original inspiration was to become a soul, blues and gospel singer.

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30.7.2021

 

15:00  Paul Glaser, Silvia Varelli & Friends 

​The choreographer Silvia Varelli and two dancers interpret poems by the Swedish poet Karin Boye in collaboration with Swedish born director and actor Paul Glaser in four languages (German, Swedish, English, Italian). An inspiring and thought-provoking improvisation of poetry and dance. Dramaturge Joanna Kaczmarek is also part of the creative team. Dancers: Maaria Lata, Maksym Lata.

17:00  Marshall Titus

​»My music is a true reflection of who I am, an artist who is not dictated by current trends or tied to traditions. I am guided by the longing of my creative soul. "Born and raised in Chicago, Marshall Titus is an award-winning singer-songwriter, actor, and producer who began his career in high school and sang in local bands and vocal groups before becoming nationally known through a talent show. His musical journey took him to Europe, including Paris and Hamburg, where he lived and worked for nine years now.

19:30 Floy: Me, Myself & Janis Joplin

​On the 50th anniversary of Janis Joplin's death, the Hamburg soul singer Floy verbally and musically moves thoughts on what the spirit of Janis Joplin meant to her and the world, then and now. A spirit of departure, of the unconventional, of freedom and revolution. Because tearing down inner and outer boundaries has lost little of its topicality. Soul singer Floy, who has fascinated audiences for decades, not only in her native Hamburg, reveals in this rousing show what her original inspiration was to become a soul, blues and gospel singer.

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29.7.2021

 

19:30  Hallo Harlem, Hallo Hamburg 

​The American Soul and Blues singer Joanne Bell, along with her outstanding band, takes us on an entertaining musical journey from Harlem to Hamburg. Joanne Bell is known to the German audience through her many starring roles in Musicals and shows, such as „Bessie and Billie“, „Porgy and Bess“ and „Ain’t Misbehaving“ as well as her numerous TV appearances, amongst others Germany’s The Voice.

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28.7.2021

16:90  Ravel Sonate

​Maurice Ravel's Sonata for Violin and Violoncello - played by Sono Tukuda and Valentin Priebus from the Hamburg Elbphilharmonie Orchestra - is a chamber music symphony in four movements and a veritable universe of sound. The work, composed between 1920 and 1922, represents a turning point in Ravel's compositional oeuvre, it marks "an extreme turnaround," as the composer himself admitted. 

19:30  Fjarill

​Fjarill dedicated their new album to two Nobel Prize winners in literature, the Swede Pär Lagerkvist and the German-Jewish writer Nelly Sachs. The Swedish and South African duo gave their words melodies and carried them into the present. The music moves between folk, pop, jazz and classical tunes and now for the first time is also being sung in German.

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27.7.2021

18:00  Ravel Sonate

​Maurice Ravel's Sonata for Violin and Violoncello - played by Sono Tukuda and Valentin Priebus from the Hamburg Elbphilharmonie Orchestra - is a chamber music symphony in four movements and a veritable universe of sound. The work, composed between 1920 and 1922, represents a turning point in Ravel's compositional oeuvre, it marks "an extreme turnaround," as the composer himself admitted. 

19:30  Marshall Titus

​»My music is a true reflection of who I am, an artist who is not dictated by current trends or tied to traditions. I am guided by the longing of my creative soul. "Born and raised in Chicago, Marshall Titus is an award-winning singer-songwriter, actor, and producer who began his career in high school and sang in local bands and vocal groups before becoming nationally known through a talent show. His musical journey took him to Europe, including Paris and Hamburg, where he lived and worked for nine years now.

21.00 DMH

​With a unique mixture of groovy and melancholic electro, pop melodies, folk sounds and ethnic elements, the three musicians from DMH inspire their audience again and again! Their critically acclaimed cover versions of the Depeche-Mode hits "Never Let me down again" and "Canned Heats" have already reached over half a million streams on Spotify. DMH is a German-Danish-Swedish collaboration between guitarist Peter Musebrink / Deep Dive Corp. from Bremen, the Copenhagen DJ Mads Nordheim / Mashti Project and the singer Sebastian Lilja / Hush Forever from Malmö.

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26.7.2021

19:30  Mark Lyndon: How to be a Hamburger

In his successful stage programme, British actor and moderator Marc Lyndon reflects his experiences with the citizens of Hamburg. He infers comedic conclusions about the different national characters from everyday observations. Mark Lyndon studied literature and theatre in London and moved to Hamburg in 1982. In the Hanseatic city, among others, he worked for the University Players and the English Theatre.

21:00  DMH

​With a unique mixture of groovy and melancholic electro, pop melodies, folk sounds and ethnic elements, the three musicians from DMH inspire their audience again and again! Their critically acclaimed cover versions of the Depeche-Mode hits "Never Let me down again" and "Canned Heats" have already reached over half a million streams on Spotify. DMH is a German-Danish-Swedish collaboration between guitarist Peter Musebrink / Deep Dive Corp. from Bremen, the Copenhagen DJ Mads Nordheim / Mashti Project and the singer Sebastian Lilja / Hush Forever from Malmö.

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25.7.2021

 

16:00 Die Vorlesemanufaktur: Anders (in German) 

​Drei Stimmen aus dem Nachbarstaate Dänemark. Ausgewählte Werke von Jonas Eika, Madame Nielsen und Carsten Jensen - vorgetragen von den Schauspieler*innen Maureen Havlena und Alexander Kruuse Mettin - lassen auf unterschiedliche Art und Weise Bilder in unseren Köpfen entstehen. Jonas Eika streift in seiner phantasievollen Sprache das Sci-Fi-Genre. Madame Nielsen lässt tief in ihre Seele blicken und Carsten Jensen serviert Wünsche, Sehnsüchte und Ängste aus dem 17. Jahrhundert die urplötzlich ganz reel wirken.

​18:30  Benny Brown Band

​The Benny Band Trio presents Jazz. After numerous tours with various orchestras and bands, the three exceptional musicians Benny Brown (trumpet, flugelhorn), Wolf Kerschek (piano), and Felix Behrendt (bass) are finally united and present the program of their debut CD „Brown“. A constant alternation between composition and improvisation takes the audience into a particularly personal, detailed soundscape between catchy melodies and loud explosions.

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24.7.2021

 

18:00  Gold & Pagels: Soul, Pop, Jazz Duo

The outstanding musician Patrick Page in joint performance with singer Lilian Gold.

19:30: Eniola Falases & Patrick Pagels: Soul, Funk Jazz Duo 

The outstanding musician Patrick Page in joint performance with Eniola Falases.

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23.7.2021

18:00  Adam Brixton: Back to Myself 

Adam Brixton from Hamburg always wanted to be a musician. His dream started to materialize after a year abroad in Norway, where Brixton started to compose music. The path afterwards led him to Los Angeles, among many other places. Sing and Songwriter Adam Brixton now presents his own written songs, some of which he performs in the Norwegian - language. 

​19:30  Siegmar singt Sommer

​Hamburg musical actor and singer Siegmar Tonk, who regularly performs on the Copenhagen Stage, both in theatre as well as in concerts is presenting a combination of summery tunes and stories. He is accompanied by pianist Benjamin Fenker.

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22.7.2021

 

18:00  Die Vorlesemanufaktur: Heinrich Heine - Deutschland ein Wintermärchen, presented by Maureen Havlena & Theresa Berlage (in German)

Unzufrieden mit der Situation in Deutschland, insbesondere für Juden, emigrierte Heine 1831 nach Frankreich. Im Jahr 1843 reiste er für wenige Wochen noch einmal nach Deutschland, um in Hamburg seine Mutter und seinen Verleger Julius Campe zu treffen. 1844 erschien dann sein Reiseepos bei Hoffmann und Campe und wurde trotz Änderungen und Streichungen im Oktober desselben Jahres verboten. Der Dichter zeigt sich hier als Mensch, der seine Heimat liebt und diese als kreativen Kontrast zum leichtlebigen Frankreich definiert. Es ist ein Bekenntnis zu Lebensfreude und Gegenwärtigkeit in Gleichheit und Freiheit.

19:30  Benny Brown Band

The Benny Band Trio presents Jazz. After numerous tours with various orchestras and bands, the three exceptional musicians Benny Brown (trumpet, flugelhorn), Wolf Kerschek (piano), and Felix Behrendt (bass) are finally united and present the program of their debut CD „Brown“. A constant alternation between composition and improvisation takes the audience into a particularly personal, detailed soundscape between catchy melodies and loud explosions.

<< back to overview

 

 

 

21.7.2021

 

18:00  Vanessa Poole: My Big Chance (in English)

An actress’ monologue, performed by Vanessa Poole, about the bitter-sweet, narrow and hilarious road to fame and stardom of a wannabe has been actress who still hopes to make it on the big screen – though even a very, very small screen would do! One actress, in a bedsit, in a big city, in an industry where the years go by and the competition gets younger. Vanessa Poole is a British actress and voiceover artist working in Copenhagen, Denmark and in Sweden.

19:30  Siegmar singt Sommer

Hamburg musical actor and singer Siegmar Tonk, who regularly performs on the Copenhagen Stage, both in theatre as well as in concerts is presenting a combination of summery tunes and stories. He is accompanied by pianist Benjamin Fenker.

<< back to overview

 

 

20.7.2021

 

18:00  Vanessa Poole: My Big Chance (in English)

An actress’ monologue, performed by Vanessa Poole, about the bitter-sweet, narrow and hilarious road to fame and stardom of a wannabe has been actress who still hopes to make it on the big screen – though even a very, very small screen would do! One actress, in a bedsit, in a big city, in an industry where the years go by and the competition gets younger. Vanessa Poole is a British actress and voiceover artist working in Copenhagen, Denmark and in Sweden.

19:30  Adam Brixton: Back to Myself 

Adam Brixton from Hamburg always wanted to be a musician. His dream started to materialize after a year abroad in Norway, where Brixton started to compose music. The path afterwards led him to Los Angeles, among many other places. Sing and Songwriter Adam Brixton now presents his own written songs, some of which he performs in the Norwegian - language. 

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19.07.2021

 

18:00  Lisa Mårtensson: A lecture on how I learned to time travel (in English)

In her theatre performance, Swedish artist Lisa Mårtensson proves that time travel is possible. A fascinating and captivating adventure that takes us beyond the boundaries of theatre and opens up a new perspective on ourselves, time and the universe. Lisa Mårtensson is a scriptwriter, director, performance artist and co-founder of Absurdum Temporary Art. The group wants to elevate the performative and absurd in the behavior and actions of everyday life by taking them out of their context and question norms as well as show the absurdity in the ”normal” by asking existential questions through familiar references.

19:30  Die Vorlesemanufaktur: Abschiede - Briefe aus 6 Jahrhunderten, presented by Alexander Kruuse Mettin & Theresa Berlage (in German)

Abschiedsbriefe vom Leben, von der Liebe oder auch der Mutter. Traurige, zornige und lustige Briefe. Manche mit Entschiedenheit, manche voller Zweifel und Sehnsucht. Briefe von Berühmtheiten und anderen, die es hätten werden sollen.

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