Our summer season continues on Saturday, August 27 with 4 wonderful artists from various parts of Europe, including Microcorps and Maja Ratkje plus a couple of surprises that will be announced later this year.
After the sold out Kiezsalon last year at the iconic former industrial factory MaHalla, we are extremely happy to return again in 2022. This impressively vast turbine hall is a quintessentially Berlin venue located in Oberschöneweide in the district of Treptow-Köpenick.
Once part of AEG (General Electricity Company), this impressive 3000 square meter space has a 12-meter ceiling and is Germany’s oldest listed three-phase power plant; the historical patina is visible throughout. Check out some photos of it from previous concerts here.
Londoner Alex Tucker’s new project Microcorps explores electronics, cello and voice, blurring the lines between human and humanoid as he investigates how language can alter perception. His debut album as Microcorps, XMIT, is ”an entire universe inhabited by strange figures, part human and part machine“ (The Quietus).
Norwegian vocalist Maja S. K. Ratkje is no stranger to our followers; her performance at the 2017 MADEIRADiG festival was a highlight for Germany’s Rolling Stone Magazine (as was the festival itself—read for yourself here). Her incredible and diverse vocal and composition talents have won her the coveted Edvard Prize (Norway), as well as honours from UNESCO and the International Rostrum of Composers in Paris.
__Last season, our shows sold out quickly, so we recommend securing your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Do not buy second-hand tickets from strangers – there are scammers around. As part of our safety first policy, tickets are only available online. There is no box office or guest list. Due to the pandemic, changes may be made at short notice. In the event of any changes, we will inform you by E-Mail. Please be aware that format of the event and venue arrangements have been adapted to maximize safety, and we have created a strict Kiezsalon hygiene and safety policy.