BAD KREUZNACH – (red). On Friday and Saturday, November 11th and 12th, two very different music acts will be performing at the Kreuznach cabaret stage Casa Una. The start on Friday will be made by the Palestinian-Syrian musician Aeham Ahmad from Damascus, who is also known as the “pianist from the rubble” across the borders of Germany and Europe. Since fleeing Syria in 2015, Ahmad has delighted audiences at numerous concerts with the intensity of his songs and the virtuosity of his piano playing. He describes his style as “Modern Classic World Mix”. Together with the Wiesbaden author Andreas Lukas he has now published his second book entitled “Taxi Damascus”. A literary-musical journey that touches and moves.
The contrasting program on Saturday: Poppy indie folk, powerful Irish storytelling and a touch of Scandinavian coolness – all this is combined by the folk band “Lapplaender” from Oberhausen. Well-tried traditionals as well as self-composed songs await the listener.
Information and tickets are available by email to [email protected], by phone on 0177-3033156, or on the Internet at www.casa-una-in-bad-kreuznach.de or www. ticket-regional.de/casa-una.