Concert “United in diversity” will be happening on the 5th of May 2022 at 19.00 pm in Lindakivi Culture Centre.
Concert performance includes a performers from across Europe and Estonia.
Concert-performance will be mixture of various performers (musical and theatrical) and music styles.
Concert performance agenda includes:
– Göteborg`s Alternative Orchestra (Sweden)
What we have to offer is a large bouquet where you can pick flower after flower or take the entire bouquet if you wish.
GAO Concert what is an alternative orchestra? With its own composed music and concept, GAO is one of the answers, using cultural diversity as base, improvisation, grooves, solists and a new symphonic sound, GAO has produced a singularity that is both liberating and stimulating. Our concerts shows all our spectra! Mini GAO as above fixed in smaller formats, since the large orchestra is sometimes difficult to coordinate, there is always an opportunity to do both concerts and workshops with a smaller group, can accommodate 8-15 musicians.
At the concert-performance The Göteborg alternative orchestra will present traditional (Swedish, Nordic) and international (South American, west and north African, Balkan, Persian, Classical, Jazz and minimalistic music composed and created by members of orchestra).
– Siim Aimla Funk Band (Estonia)
Funk has been stuck in the veins of Siim Aimla for a long time. In fact, it’s part of the funk played by James Brown, Michael and Randy Brecker and Nils Landgren. The idea to form your own funk collective was quietly in the war for a long time, but it came true thanks to the strong consent of Siim Aimla’s daughter Aino in 2017. Now, a few years later, the ensemble has formed and shaken into place, and the first album has been completed. The band’s music has been influenced in many ways, most notably by Nils Landgrenis and Michael Brecker.
– Greactive group of Knöppa (Sweden)
Theatrical performance entitled “The Dead House” that talks about war crimes, and the demolition of homes with their memories, and it contains messages addressed to warriors, and to future generations… (Performed by Swedish actors and war migrants based in Sweden). That performance was shown in a many Swedish theatres.
– Alberto Josiane Manuel Feijó (Portugal)
The Portuguese-Angolan musician and singer is the talented and versatile young man.He has a passion for the guitar and decanza (traditional African instrument) and collaborates in cultural actions also with CulturFACE NGO (Portugal). He is a cultural activist and usually dedicates himself to kizomba-style dances alongside musical instruments. In Estonia, the musician will present the performance in the field of music and dance. Therefore, he hopes to have the opportunity to present a performative dynamics in dance interacting with partners in Tallinn.
Networking programm includes also various creative workshops
Colloboration activities (preperation of proejcts, running a partnership meetings)