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German Band ‘Erfindenker’s Musical Afternoon at Goethe-Institut

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The Goethe-Institut Bangladesh has organized a concert with the German Band Erfindenker on Saturday afternoon, at its auditorium in Dhanmondi. As part of inspiring the German language learning students of Goethe’s four partner schools under the PASCH programme, the concert was inaugurated by Dr Kirsten Hackenbroch, director of the Goethe-Institut Bangladesh.

The partner schools under the PASCH programme are; Oxford International School, European Standard School, South Point School and College and Maple leaf International School.

The band Erfindenker performed their famous scores including ‘30 Grad’, ‘Seid ihr bereit’, ‘Achterbahn’, ‘Farben’,  ‘Keine Zeit’, ‘Lass mal lassen’, ‘Kalte Schulter’, ‘Nimm mich mit’, ‘So gut’, ‘Unfassbar’, ‘Immer das Gleiche’, ‘Hans Cook’, ‘Wird schon werden’, ‘Strichcode’, ‘Spring’, ‘Voll den Vogel’, ‘Zu guter letzt’ and ‘Erfindenker-Medley’- among their other songs in the concert.

With the current line-up including Fabio Niehaus (DJ/ Keys), Luka Sommerfeld (Guitar), Melissa Demissie (Vocal) and Caroline Leuzinger (Vocal), Erfindenker’s educational- creative- interactive performances mesmerized the enthusiastic and energetic audiences.

The band’s Dhaka tour was a part of more than a month long tour of cities in the subcontinent, including Kathmandu, Karachi, Lahore and various cities in India and Dhaka spanning from 16th August to 21st September 2019.

As part of the Dhaka tour, Erfindenker band members conducted a daylong workshop with 48 enthusiastic students from four partner schools on Friday. The students were shown how they may improve their German language skills through music. The participating students also rehearsed with the band members through the workshop to perform three songs so stage, alongside the band members during the concert.

  • DhakaCourier
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  • Vol 36
  • German Band ‘Erfindenker’s Musical Afternoon at Goethe-Institut

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