Tara Nome Doyle + 1k Flowers

Picnic concert

Picnic concert with headphones

Doors: 6.00 pm
Start: 7.30 pm

In front of the old building of silent green, a green lawn invites you to linger. It's the perfect setting for a nice picnic and a great stage for wonderful musicians who can't wait to finally play live again. We will provide you with high-quality headphones and a picnic package, you bring cushions and blankets - and together we will finally enjoy a concert at silent green again.

Tara Nome Doyle + 1k Flowers
The Norwegian-Irish singer-songwriter Tara Nome Doyle sounds like "Kate Bush were singing songs by Nick Cave in Berghain", as the enthusiastic SPIEGEL wrote in view of her debut album "Alchemy", released last year on the Berlin label Martin Hossbach. Recently, Doyle collaborated with the Italian pianist Federico Albanese - not her first collaboration with another musician. Doyle and 1k Flowers, both based in Berlin, worked together on the anthemic "Clemency", which was released six months ago as part of a compilation by the 7k! label (which, by the way, is based in silent green). 1k Flowers, who has already released two beguiling, otherworldly ambient albums on Martin Hossbach, also operates under the alias Sin Maldita and, together with Philipp Hülsenbeck, is the founder of the extremely interesting avant-garde label Unguarded.

Funded by NEUSTART KULTUR, Initiative Musik and die Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien (BKM)