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The Jewish Museum Berlin, its library, its archive, the museum shop, and café will remain closed due to coronavirus restrictions.

Kayan Project

Jazz in the Garden

“Singing in two languages in one concert feels like my very own personal journey”
Eden Cami

Kayan Project is a Berlin band with musicians from different regions of the Middle East. In their performance, they switch between different tempi, genres and languages. They play Arabic, Hebrew and English folk music, mixing traditional, modern and their own compositions with improvisational jazz elements.

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Map with all buildings that belong to the Jewish Museum Berlin. The Old Building is marked in green

Where

Museum Garden (in case of bad weather in the Glass Courtyard)
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

photo: Anton Tal

The subtle sounds of oriental and western instruments convey very personal musical statements – lead singer Eden Cami grew up in Israel and Palestine with two cultures and two languages, both of which she holds in her heart as mother tongues. She celebrates the cultural wealth of lyrics and melodies when she sings her songs in Arabic and Hebrew – her soulful voice moved the audience at the opening of the Welcome to Jerusalem exhibition. Or Rozenfeld on double bass and Tal Yadin on acoustic guitar accompany Eden Kami’s vocals, telling the stories of their own origins. Kayan Project is about connecting countries and people through music.

Eden Cami vocals
Or Rozenfeld double bass
Tal Yadin acoustic guitar

Let’s Picnic!

Enjoy the jazz matinees with a picnic hamper from the museum café.
Please order by email: info@esskultur-berlin.de

Where, when, what?

  • Entry fee

    Free of charge

  • Please noteThere is no need to register for this event. Just come along!

    For journalistsPhone: +49 (0)30 25 993 419
    presse@jmberlin.de

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