For the first time, Ofer Golany, Jewish musician as well as peace and dialog activist from Israel, will perform in Düsseldorf. He will be accompanied by a Japanese flautist and Turkish and Kurdish musicians from Düsseldorf and Cologne.
Let us take you on a musical journey of peace where you will get a taste of different musical genres. Experience how the diversity of European classics and ethno-folk as well as peace and protest songs in various languages come together harmoniously for the sake of peace, especially in the Middle East. And this is our ensemble:
Ofer Golany – Guitar and vocals
Yo Washio – Flute
Mehmet Akbaş – Vocals (Zazaki, Kurmanci, Sorani, Armenian)
Muzaffer Gürenç – Bağlama and vocals (Turkish)
Selman Sezek – Percussion
Vitaly Zolotov –Guitar
Patroness: Marina Spillner, District Mayoress, district 01
Sunday, 26th June 2016 at 6 pm (admission: 5:30 pm)
Location: Neanderkirche, Bolkerstraße 36, 40213 Düsseldorf (Old Town)
10 euro/7 euro discounted (for pupils, students, retirees, unemployed people)
Advanced booking: Call us at 01729610718 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mosaik e.V. – Centre for promoting intercultural dialogue in Düsseldorf and the greater area – would like to thank the Neander church community, the district administration 01, the Catholic labor movement Stadtverband Düsseldorf, Pax Christi Düsseldorf, the peace forum Düsseldorf and the initiative „Menschen für den Frieden“ (People engaging for peace) for their kind support.