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Kiezsalon w/ Galya Bisengalieva and Carmen Villain

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Do not miss the Berlin premiere of award winning Kazakh/British violinist Galya Bisengalieva and Norwegian ambient composer Carmen Villain.

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Do not miss the Berlin premiere of award winning Kazakh/British violinist Galya Bisengalieva and Norwegian-Mexican ambient composer Carmen Villain.

► Galya Bisengalieva is an award-winning Kazakh/British violinist. She has forged her reputation as a soloist, improviser and collaborator with artists and composers of varied genres including Laurie Spiegel, Thom Yorke, Frank Ocean and Suzanne Ciani through her leadership role at the London Contemporary Orchestra: https://youtu.be/9P28qaN4Yk8

► Norwegian-Mexican artist and producer Carmen Villain makes atmospheric music made up of tapestries of field-recordings, an array of instruments, vocals, programmed drums and synths, culminating in her own distinctive sound combining elements of ambient and experimental pop with an electro-acoustic touch. She is currently releasing on widely-respected independent Norwegian label Smalltown Supersound: https://youtu.be/iZ2VSed-xys

As part of our safety first policy, tickets are only available online. There is no box office or guest list. So be sure to book your pre-sale ticket in advance. Please be aware that format of the event & venue arrangements have been adapted to maximize safety, and we have created a strict Kiezsalon hygiene and safety policy for the event: http://kiezsalon.de/safetyfirst/

The Kiezsalon is a project by Digital in Berlin, curated by Michael Rosen and funded by Senate Department for Culture and Europe: http://kiezsalon.de/about/

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