Created May 15, 2023 | 16:00
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The Beat Poetry Club (Juci Janoska, Ursi Wögerer, Lilly Janoska, Nina Braith and Mira Vegas-Kratochwil) formed the grand finale to the evening of concert.
wHe thinks you always need instruments for good music, he may have missed the real listening pleasure on Saturday.
Rafael Schall is the German champion in beatboxing. Simply put, this means that he can imitate any musical instrument and sound imaginable with his mouth. His performance simply left many visitors at the Stadttheater open on Saturdays. Everyday situations suddenly seem as realistic as many of the songs. If you close your eyes, you will often think that at least one full band is performing on stage. An exceptional artist also moderated the evening.
The fact that Berliner was on stage at Brock is credited to the fact that a few years ago he fell in love with a member of the “Beat Poetry Club” a cappella formation. The five influential women around Jocci Janowska have organized the city’s fifth “Akalala” a cappella festival.
The Beat Poetry Club (Juci Janoska, Ursi Wögerer, Lilly Janoska, Nina Braith, Mira Vegas-Kratochwil) was the crowning glory.
In Bruck, you could almost hear what sound can do.
If you think you always need good instrumentals, you may have missed the real listening pleasure on Saturday.
Two days before the big concert, they held workshops with adults and children. The amazing results were heard on Saturday evening, to thunderous applause from the audience. But it was the VOICE Girls Group who managed to roll, inspiring pop hits. Jucci Janowska and her four fellow activists were singing wetboxing as the festival’s culmination. In addition to the exquisite voices of the five ladies, the choreography also had an exciting effect.
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