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German artist to feature in second installation of Night Under the Stars

German artist to feature in second installation of Night Under the Stars

The public is invited to another memorable performance at the second installment of Night Under the Stars (NUTS) on 2 March, at the courtyard of the Goethe-Institut Namibia. The event opens at 19:00 and entry fee is pegged at N$20.

This year’s event will feature German musician, Markus Sprengler and performances will cover a mixture of genres, from ska and reggae to global-pop and world beats, with local artists also involved in the mix.

“I call Namibia now my second home and found many friends in music, therefore to join Namibian musicians and play my original material is a great gift in my musical career,” said Sprengler.

He is currently on tour for his solo debut Radio Serenity and has explored numerous aspects of making music and his performance at NUTS is not his very first in Namibia.

He will be feature Lize Ehlers, Ray up, Tapz Munyayi and lectureres from the College of the Arts who will perform their interpretations of Sprengler’s Songs.

Sprengler has been in the country seven times as vocal coach for the HIT THE BEAT project at the Waldorf School in Windhoek and the recording of tracks on Radio Serenity.

The debut was released in Germany, Switzerland and Austria last year and arose for 7 year long journey through Africa and the Caribbean.



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