Acoustic Live: TAGTRAUM
Feb. 27 (Friday), 20:00-22:00
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Tagtraum (all sorts of instruments)
A musical journey, with a collection of live performed mantras, our own songs and soundscapes that evolve while playing.
We invite you to rest, replenish, resonate and take part.
ENTRY fee: 7€
Eine musikalische Reise, aus gesammelten eigenen Stücken, Mantren und Klanglandschaften, die live entstehen. Wir laden ein zum besinnen, auftanken, mitschwingen und mittönen.
Lass Dich verzaubern…
Cosmicleaf Rec. proudly presents: KICK BONG
Feb. 28 (Saturday), 20:00-00:00
Tickets limited to 45!
PRESALE – 6 eur,
at the entrance – 9 eur (if any tickets left).
Read below in the ‘presale tickets info’.
We are happy announce the beginning the collaboration of Nomad’s and Cosmicleaf Records, which we will celebrate with Franck Jousselin aka KICK BONG! Mystic Crock will warm up the event with a beautiful ambient mix.
—ABOUT KICK BONG–
Franck Jousselin is musician performer and composer born in Paris. In 1995 he discovered electronic music, in 2001 his tracks started to appear in compilations of various labels: Spirit Zone, Candyflip, Peak, Hoots, Chillcode, Cosmicleaf, Ultra Vista, Hadra, Ajana, Sonic Motion Blue Hour Sound.Confluent Association commissioned the soundtrack for a documentary about street art entitled Démarches de rues.
In 2009 he composed the music for websites Dior and Eden Park. From 2005 he had lives and DJ sets in many clubs and festivals in Europe: Inspiral Lounge (London), Glade festival and Waveform (UK), Boom Festival (Portugal), Sinergia (Portugal), Diabolus In Musica (Portugal), Kin And The 4 Elements (Portugal), Existence And Omni Festival (Spain), Aurora (Greece), Arcadia (France), Hadra (France), Ambiosonic (France), Club Nordstar (Switzerland).
—PRESALE TICKETS INFO–
– Buy the ticket at Nomad or write a short email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
– At the entrance show your Personal ID.
– You can transfer the ticket to another person, but cannot return it.
MEDITATION Workshop: Buddhist Pilgrimage Places and Its Meanings
Mar. 01 (Sunday), 19:00-21:00
ENTRY fee: donation to Bodhicharya Buddhist Center.
Marlene has returned from her 2 months retreat in Bodh Gaya (India), which is famous as the place where Buddha obtained Enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree.
She will explain us the significance of Buddhist pilgrimage, introduce us to the Buddhist pilgrimage sites and tell us her impressions of her retreat in Bodhgaya.
19:00-19:30 for practitioners: 25 min mindfulness meditation.
19:30-19:50 for beginners: we’ll explain the basics of meditation, do 10 min meditation and answer the questions.
20:00-21:00 talk on “Buddhist Pilgrimage Places”
Marlene has a background of 20 years experience with buddhist meditation practice and philosophy as well as some years experience with explaining meditation practice. Marlene leads a meditation course at Bodhicharya Buddhist Center and regularly gives the sojong vows for fasting on each full moon. She is a graphic designer and artist, living with her family in Berlin.
Seseg Zhigzhitova is a group coordinator and practice leader of of the Tergar Practice group Berlin, which is a part of International Tergar Meditation Community, guided by Mingyur Rinpoche. Seseg lives in Berlin, working as an architect.