DUO ADAFINA - handgemachte Volksmusik
Adafina- the traditional Shabbat stew of the Spanish-speaking Jews is the namesake and inspiration of the duo. Ingredients are the unconventional instrumentation of accordion, flutes, dulcimer, marimba, vibraphone and percussion. It is seasoned with the unusual combination of klezmer, tango, African American music and baroque soundscape. The result is a spicy stew that touches all taste senses - a musical delicacy with a taste explosion guarantee!
Almut Schwab accordion / flutes / dulcimer
Jan Köhler Marimba Vibraphone / Percussion
Allgemeine Zeitung (Margit Dörr):… a colorful firework display of wonderful klezmer music and the charisma of two outstanding, lively musicians…
… Almut Schwab plays the accordion with passion and physical effort, a beautiful wooden instrument. But she also always uses the specially made chopping board and her flutes. Jan Köhler, born in Stuttgart in 1994, is at home on the marimba, vibraphone and drums. He hits the wooden sticks with four mallets at incredible speed. He and Almut Schwab create an expressive and unusual sounding music together ...
website.adafina.de Admission: 15/12
Kulturtenne Damnatz eV Achter Höfe 55, 29472 Damnatz
as places are limited, registration is recommended at
Ursula Günthert, Tel. 05865-980298 (AB) or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please use parking spaces in front of the cultural tennis court or at the church
- Drinks and seasonal, regional food (cost extra) are available during the break
- the culture tennis is barrier-free www.kulturtenne-damnatz.de