(c) Christian Schuller

Aya Metwalli and Nadah El Shazly, two of the most adventurous musicians of the MENA region are invited on stage in SOMMERBAU.

Aya Metwalli is a singer, songwriter, composer and sonic artist. She uses analogue synthesizers to create sombre textures and
eerie, vibrant soundscapes. With heavy drones and drum machines she combines both noise and melody to create a jarring industrial sound that immerses us deep in a mystic world. Aya Metwalli’s music projects are heavily influenced by her childhood in Cairo. Inspired by Arabic pop and classical melodies, she performs these vocally and modulates the results electronically. The producer, singer and sonic artist Nadah El Shazly uses her voice, field recordings and instruments to create haunting song forms and sonic works whose complex layers and dynamic structures alter our perceptions of time and space. Her debut album “Ahwar” explores the sonic and harmonic limits of popular music in the early 19th century from her native Egypt and radically reinvents this.

Please find an english ticketing guideline here (the system is only in german)

Admission ending: 15 min. before the start of the show

The price is per seat. At the time of bookingthe two double seats must be bookedseparatelyIt is possible to book entire lodges with two double seats or single seats on the parquet floor.

Admission is only possible with proof of negative Corona status (tested, vaccinated or recovered). Results of a test may not be more than 24 hours old at this event.

Your contact details (name, address, telephone number and e-mail address) will be recorded on location before the event in order to follow-up in case of a COVID-19 infection.
No entry without a medical mouth-nose covering! Wearing a mouth-nose covering is mandatory at all times, except at your own seat. Disinfect your hands when entering the building or grounds.
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