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MUSICBRIDGE BREMEN-DANZIG!!!

16.04.2009 KLUB UCHO in Gdingen

Ul. Swietego Piotra 2

Im Rahmen von MusicBridge Bremen-Danzig am 16.04.2009 spielen im Gdinger Club UCHO die Bremer Band MAPLETREE und die Danziger Band GENTLEMAN ein gemeinsames Konzert für das Publikum in der Dreistadt. Das Konzert findet während des Festivals der unabhängigen Musik IR statt.

mehr zu den Bands auf:

www.myspace.com/gentlemanpl

www.myspace.com/mapletreerocks

 

 

mehr zu dem Festival auf:

www.myspace.com/irfestDiesmal wir das Konzert ein Vorspiel für kommende Workshops, denn die jungen Musiker überlegen gemeinsam eine Platte aufzunehmen (ein erster, kleiner Workshop findet vom 17. bis zum 19. April statt)

Organisatoren und Partner: agitPolska e.V., Nadbaltyckie Centrum Kultury, Club Ucho, artserv.net, Deutsch-Polnisches Jugendwerk

 

 

 

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