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Young German Artists to Promote German Music in Paris
June 12th, 2014
News from Berlin - After the success of Germanofolies in 2013, the Information Centre of the German Embassy in Paris (CIDAL) presents this year the second edition of the event on June 16th.
Three groups representing the young musical German generation in all its diversity (pop, rock, jazz ...) will gather for a special concert.
From 1 p.m. to 2:45 p.m., Mine will animate the stage with her jazz songs that sometimes approaches electronic music, hip-hop or even folk.
Then, until 4 p.m., Alin Coen will continue the show. After multiple tours in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the artist reveals a new sound at the crossroads of acoustic influences, funk, pop and folk.
To finish, Jenix will take over from 4:30 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. Jan, Ferdinand, Tobias and Jenny, members of the rock group, have already collaborated with international model musicians as Bloodhound Gang or Silbermond; moreover, the band is known to uplift their audience when they are performing on stage.
This event fits into the desire of both German and French authorities to strengthen bonds between their two countries and societies.
The concert takes place in the Jardin du Luxembourg and is free. To get there you can use the subway (Odéon station) or the RER (Luxembourg station).
For more informations, please visit the website of the event at: http://www.allemagne.diplo.de/Vertretung/frankreich/fr/__events/pari-luxembourg-germanofolies-seite.html?archive=3384378
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