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Kiezsalon is back! Opening with the Berlin premieres of Miguel Noya and Finlay Shakespeare. | Wednesday, 29th July 2020

Miguel Noya by Siné Buyuka
Kiezsalon opening with the Berlin premieres of Miguel Noya and Finlay Shakespeare.
Dear friends and music lovers,
After an unimaginable start to the year, we are happy and relieved to warmly invite you to our first Kiezsalon of 2020. The season begins with the Berlin premiere of Venezuelan electronica pioneer Miguel Noya and Bristol synth builder Finlay Shakespeare.

Venezuelan composer and live electronic music pioneer Miguel Noya attended Berklee College and MIT, where he gained degrees in Electronic Music & Digital Sound Synthesis, before embarking on a vibrant and esteemed musical career. Influenced by 70s synthesizer music, his landmark album Gran Sabana, released independently in 1984, is most reminiscent of Kraftwerk and space synth.
Finlay Shakespeare by Fabio Lugaro
The edgy synth pop and art-rock music of Finlay Shakespeare is an homage to the likes of Depeche Mode and The Human League, melded into Talking Heads style art-pop records. After an array of releases under the moniker Future Image - his new material adds vocals and a decidedly more pop edge. Listen to Routine from his 2019 debut album 'Domestic Economy', released on Editions Mego.

Please be aware that for the reopening of Kiezsalon, the safety of our guests is the top priority. The format of the event and venue arrangements have been adapted to maximize safety, and we have created a strict Kiezsalon hygiene and safety policy for the event.
As part of our safety first policy, tickets are only available online. There is no box office or guest list. So be sure to book your pre-sale ticket in advance:

Wednesday, 29th July 2020
20:00 | Miguel Noya (VE)
21:00 | Finlay Shakespeare (UK)
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Kiezsalon at Musikbrauerei
Greifswalder Strasse 23a
Doors 19:00 | Shows 20:00 | End 22:00
We hope to finally see you again. Stay safe and heathly!
Michael Rosen & team
Digital in Berlin
c/o Monkeytown
Brückenstraße 1
10179 Berlin/Germany
The Kiezsalon is curated by Michael Rosen
and funded by Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

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