New circus from the Czech Republic, visual art from Belgium, brass-funk-rap-deluxe from Berlin, Balkan jazz from Bulgaria or Roma songs from Slovakia. What sounds like a search run through a European multimedia / multi-arts player takes the shape of a fascinating show on 6 September. Moderated by Raffaella Jungbauer (radioeins) and musically provided with bass, horn and groove by the band 'Make A Move', 13 artists from Europe will meet – all of them outstanding representatives of their field of art, with a reputation far beyond their own homeland. They come together in the TIPI AM KANZLERAMT to become part of a show. As BABYLON EUROPA, this show claims to be a creative snapshot of an entire continent. For many, it is the first guest performance and exchange since the pandemic began.
The ifa is participating with singer-songwriter Petra Acker. Petra Acker hails from Brasov, Romania, and learned to enjoy and express music from a young age.
Her path led through children's choir, youth bands, ensembles, orchestras and numerous professional bands, first as a singer, then as a songwriter. Variety in style is one of her trademarks, from classical to funk, gospel, jazz, hip hop, African music to new genres such as house, EDM and lofi, she is quite familiar and at home.
At 20:00 the event programme and stream will begin.
The stream will be available on the day of the show at the following links: