Nature concert: Migratory Birds

Tid: thursday 23. january 2020. 19 pm
Sted: The Johannes Larsen Museum

A concert based on Steen Steensen Blicher’s Migratory Birds. Klezmer music, poetry reading and jazz standards.

As a final celebration to mark the end the exhibition Bird 2019, a concert will be held with its focus on birds. It includes the words of Steen Steensen Blicher, Jørgen Leth and many other Danish poets. The music will be klezmer and jazz.

Here’s who you will meet at the concert:

-  NIS BANK MIKKELSEN: Incomparable reader of Bible quotes. A wandering mix of “Aladdin”, Bellman and Rytter.

-  JENS SCHOU: Solo clarinet player with a special weakness for the melancholy and joy of klezmer music.

-  ANDERS SINGH VESTERDAL: Fantastic accordian player with World Music as his specialty. He is, himself, of a “world” format and a central member of The Middle East Peace Orchestra.

Price: 150 kr.



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