Worum geht es in dem Projekt?
Music connects people, builds bridges and helps to prevent or reduce prejudice. Meeting artists from different countries of the world is one of the best ways to overcome boundaries of gender, age, color, language, ethnicity, social class or religion that separate people.
Was sind die Ziele und wer ist die Zielgruppe?
The success of the Israeli duo during the first two tours in Germany was awesome. This is encouraging for new encounters with their music. Vitis and Strier enjoy performing their music for as many people as possible.
Dates of the tour
Tuesday, 25th July - Private concert (Berlin-Mitte)
Wednesday, 26th July - Carwitzer Sommerkonzerte
Thursday, 27th July - Mal’s Scheune - Studio Wiesenburg
Friday, 28th July - Liederfestival Thomsdorf
Saturday, 29th July, 21 p.m. - Zimmer 16, Berlin Pankow http://www.zimmer-16.de/
Sunday, 30th July, 11.30 a.m. - Après-Church-Konzert in
Schliwas Weinhandlung Berlin-Köpenick
Monday, 31st July - Private concert (Erfurt)
Warum sollte jemand dieses Projekt unterstützen?
Art is hard work and needs the help of its friends. With their music, Omri Vitis and Guy Strier contribute to build stable bridges between people in Germany and in Israel.
Was passiert mit dem Geld bei erfolgreicher Finanzierung?
The collected money will be used to cover the expenses of the musicians during their tour.
Wer steht hinter dem Projekt?
My name is Petra Sawadogo. I was lucky enough to accompany the first two tours of the Israeli musicians here in Germany. I'm impressed by their refreshing nature, their creativity, the joy of making music and the inspiring stories that their songs tell.