Jazz at the Kulturcafé

  • Wo? Laeiszhalle, Johannes-Brahms-Platz , 20355 Hamburg
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An old tape recorder with a single spool is the only evidence left of composer Shaul Bustan’s musical ancestors. Bustan’s great-grandfather, who was from Iran, was born into a musical family. He played traditional instruments and sang Persian folk music at the royal court. Shaul’s other great-grandfather, born and raised in Romania, was not only a great opera lover, he also performed Yiddish songs on the guitar and made Yiddish folklore accessible to people.

Jazz at the Kulturcafé is a monthly event presenting the most promising upcoming artists in the jazz and singer-songwriter scene. It is the perfect experimental platform for musicians and bands from Hamburg and all over the country. The atmosphere is laid back – and admission is free!

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Shaul Bustan Trio

Shaul Bustan oud
Héloïse Lefebvre violin
Julia Biłat violoncello
approx. 60 min.

Free Admission

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