Brass band music and blues: Musical Sunday in Basthorst
While the Möhnsen musicians invite you to the benefit concert in Hamesters Gasthof, the series Music is systemically relevant starts on the estate.
Basthorst. friends more bohemian brass music get their money’s worth on Sunday, May 15, in Hamesters Gasthof (Hauptstraße 24) in Basthorst: Die Möhnsen musicians invite you from 2 p.m. to the benefit concert in aid of the Ukraine aid.
The Schleswig-Holstein State Music Council has declared the week from May 9th to 15th to be a musical solidarity week. At a rehearsal, all members of the Möhnsener Musikanten unanimously voted in favor of participating in this campaign.
Two concerts in one day in Basthorst
What’s more: the amateur musicians are happy to be playing in front of an audience again after a compulsory break of more than two years. The youth department of the club has also prepared a surprise for the day. Admission to the concert is free. The inn offers coffee and homemade cakes. Admission is from 1 p.m.
Just a few meters further, at 4 p.m., the concert series “Music is systemically relevant” is entering its third year. In 2020, musician Carolin Broosch approached Gutchefmila von Ruffin and convinced her of her idea. In times when there were hardly any opportunities to perform, the musicians played open air in the rose garden of the estate for a hut fee.
Donation concerts on the estate every Sunday
“This year, too, there will be fundraiser concerts every Sunday until September 18 with many great bands and artists,” says Broosch. The concerts always start at 4 p.m. in the rose garden and are moved to the hall of the restaurant Zum Pferdestall in the event of rain. To start things off, Bo Heart and his daughter Laila Richter will play a mixture of blues, country, gospel, boogie-woogie and soulful pop, their own songs and interpretations, on Sunday, May 15th.
Bo Heart has been in the music industry for over 40 years. The 60-year-old keyboardist and singer has released two solo albums and has worked with a variety of renowned German artists, including Vicky Leandros, Klaus Lage and Edo Zanki. Laila Richter studied acting at the Academy for Performing Arts Baden-Württemberg and is a permanent member of the ensemble at the Rheinisches Landestheater in Neuss.
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