Tuesday, May 30, 2017 evening

Stadtkino Saal 1 – Villach

7.30 p.m.: Cinema premiere “‘Dil Leyla
In cooperation with Filmstudio Stadtkino Villach. 7 p.m. Reception | 7.30 p.m. Introduction by the producer Sabrina Proske and then film screening | 9.30 p.m. Discussion. Tickets: donations to cover the event budget.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 evening

Theatre on the Boat – Villach

7.30 p.m.: Gala premiere “I, Zarah” by Franzobel
In cooperation with the “Neuen Bühne Villach” on the Drava Riverboat.
Tickets: 35 € and donations to cover the event budget.

Thursday, June 1, 2017 evening

Evangelical Prayer house

12 a.m. – 12.a.m. Friday: Long Night of Freedom – Multimedia Performance
World song of poetry – 24 hours literature lectures on occasion “70 years of PEN-Club Austria”

Tolerance Museum

8 p.m. The freedom that I want
70 years PEN-Club Austria, with president Helmuth A. Niederle a.o.

9 p.m. Bulut, Fatma, Ask: Clouds, Songs, Love.
Ethno jazz concert with Özlem Bulut Band. www.bulut.at
The well-known opera and jazz singer Özlem Bulut combines elements of anatolian and oriental music with jazz, pop and soul. In 2008 she received the sponsorship award of the Austrian World Music Awards. The music comes largely from the Viennese composer and pianist Marco Annau. The lyrics are in Turkish and quite time-related: Fatma is about child marriage, the ID-song about a life without ID. In 2012, Özlem Bulut was awarded the Mia Award. With the second album Aşk (Turkish for love) the singer made it into the European World Music Charts in 2014.

Admission: Tickets 20 € and donations to cover the event budget.

Friday, June 2, 2017 evening

Tolerance Museum

8 p.m. Songs I like !

Pepe Auer and Manu Delago live in concert. pepeauer.com

Christoph Pepeauer (saxophonist, clarinetist and founder of the label Session Work Records) will be performing for the first time in Carinthia. With “Songs I Like”, he presents a careful selection of his own compositions and arrangements, musical “youthful memories”, which have accompanied the composer and musician for a long time. The London-based Tyrolese percussionist and composer Manu Delago is known mainly for his hang-solo ‘Mono Desire’, who was clicked online millions of times and was selected as one of the top 30 best-rated hang music videos on Youtube.

Admission: Tickets 20 € and donations to cover the event budget.

Saturday, June 3, 2017 morning

Tolerance Museum

10 p.m. Freedom: Young Poetry Slam
Agony of freedom. Freedom of choice. 10 young poets in competition. Voting by the audience.
Moderation by Carmen Kassekert (Slam! if you can.)

Admission: Tickets 30 or donations to cover the event budget.

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