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07141 939 636
07141 939 636
»Soundtrack of Our Wars«
Hope Azeda Concept, Scenography, Text
Constantine Dupelius Concept, Composition
Nedim Zlatar Concept, Composition, Text
Benjamin Bajramović, Vernesa Berbo, Tete Loeper Text
Justine Loddenkemper Costumes
Emina Omerović Dramaturgy
Amanda Akaliza, Benjamin Bajramović, Snežana Bogićević, Konstantin Dupelius, Peace Jolis, Rosette Karimba, Moise Mutangana, Jihad Niyonkuru, Serge Rugamba, Asmir Šabić, Leonardo Šarić, Donia Sbika, Nedim Zlatar Performance
In the 1990s ethnic and political conflicts convulsed the Balkans and Rwanda. Leaving deep scars in these societies, their legacies and narratives continue to have an effect. Genocide and war are over, but ethnic tensions still exist in all countries. Bosnia, a land divided forever? Rwanda, the land of exemplary reconciliation? Germany, a land of peaceful coexistence? This multi-national documentary musical production is based on personal experiences and efforts towards healing and peace in a shattered world. Collaboration by artists from the fields of music, dance, theatre and literature as well as the exchange of personal experiences enable deeply human stories to be told.
This event will be held in English.
Please note the supporting programme for this event on Saturday at 9:15 pm and Sunday at 6:30 pm.
A co-production of Oyoun - Kultur NeuDenken Berlin, Mashirika Performing Arts and Media Company Rwanda, Sarajevo War Theatre Bosnia-Herzegovina. Supported by the TURN2 Fund of the Federal Cultural Foundation and the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. In cooperation with The Grey Stories Ludwigsburg, Kunstzentrum Karlskaserne Ludwigsburg and the state partnership between Baden-Württemberg and Burundi coordinated by the Burundi Competence Centre of the Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ). Funded by the impulse program»Culture despite Corona« of the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg and from state funds approved by the Baden-Württemberg state parliament.
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