Did you know, that flowing water sounds different while it’s hot?
Be water my friend.
In this show, you can expect flavours, spices and stories, blended live into each-other, regardless of their origin.
Music touches us in a way, where words don’t reach. Sound and music represent an essential part of human existence.
What do we actually know about our previous generations? What do we know, about the way they celebrated, how they danced, how they were making music .. how they were not only processing joy in music, but also grief?
Searching history in form of sound …
This is the reason why it is very likely, that you may hear a Kurdish track, sang by migrant workers walking through Cologne-Chorweiler, right after a track by a remarkable punk-band, recorded somewhere in a rehearsal room of Cologne in the 80ies.
Collecting history in form of sound …
Cup of Tea observes circumstances, contexts and people, from which these acoustic narratives arise from.
Often these narratives tell us stories about people we live with and places we live in.
Cup of Tea breaks genres & boundaries and intends to re-contextualize music of all times and places into today:
Sharing history in form of sound …
Your are very welcome to join with a Cup of Tea – lay back or shake a leg and enjoooooooy!
Every 2. Thursday of the month, 6 – 8 PM (UTC time)
with Monita Wagma (in English)