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Haïdouti Orkestar

«The multicultural diversity of France merged into one powerful band»

Rusan Filiztek VocalsEdika Gunduz VocalsStéphane Danielides SousaphonMihai Privan SaxophonMartin Saccardy TrumpetCharlotte Auger TubaAlon Peylet TubaJasko Ramic AccordionJustin Lardic DerboukaSylvain Dupuis Drum Kit
Haïdouti Orkestar is a fiery brass band with a powerful rhythm section, hot accordeon and sultry voices at the forefront. The Paris-based band, with musicians* from France, Greece, Turkey, Romania and Serbia, has been exploring the musical heritage of the Balkans, Turkey, the Middle East and beyond for 14 years. In their latest album, Yuh Yuh, released this April, they show up more in concert than in party mood, singing about joy as well as suffering, exploitative politics, anger and hope. The Haidouti Orkestra is a human and musical adventure that prides itself on representing France in its diversity. In the fight against hate speech and cultural isolationism, the band does not want to build walls - on the contrary, they prefer to dance over them.
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Global Beats way beyond the Balkan borders: with the BalkanEkstra Parti there are no stops for Oriental sounds or Arabian rhythms – what’s important is the motto: danceable! Where the journey will take us through the night is unclear, but one thing is certain: dancing until the hips hurt, the feet burn and the stars dissolve with the dawn.
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    Moods is reached via the main entrance of the Schiffbau at Schiffbauplatz. We recommend arriving by public transport (streetcar 4 or 8 / bus 72, 83 or 33 to Schiffbau; S-Bahn to Hardbrücke station and from there approx. 2 minutes on foot). Parking spaces are available under Hardbrücke and in the Pfingstweid-/Hardstrasse parking garage.

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