Broken Pieces of the Future

„Broken Pieces of the Future is a collective event which brings the artists´ post-Covid existencial questions to the next level.“

Performers: Anajara (Naná) Amarante, Judith Retzlik, Emanuelle Nedelcu, Jeanette Mansson,

drawings: Merve Alturan

Broken Pieces of the Future – building new realities
How isolated are we? What kind of conversations are we going to build, when we start talking to each other again? What about social phobias? Why do we smile – do we want to smile at all? Where is our rage going? Is it going into trauma-porn, do we want the world to be digitally hateful, is it actvism, is it frustration? In resume….what do we want to do with our future?

Date: 30th July, 7 – 10 pm (19 bis 22 Uhr)



PremArts, Oppelner Str. 34, 10997 Berlin,
+30 70071860

Do, 02 JULI, 19:30 h 

Tal Arditi (born in 1998) Guitarist and composer from Israel. Recognised as a young guitar prodigy, Tal started to study in the prestige ”Jazz institute” program, by ”Rimon Music University” when he was only 16. in the age of 18, he graduated from ”Rimon” successfully with a Jazz Diploma, and decided to move to Berlin. In Berlin he quickly became one of the most wanted players in the local and international Jazz scene.
With roots in Ukraine and Germany, the Berlin-based vocalist, composer and bandleader Ganna aims to combine various musical worlds, from jazz to folklore music. Ganna performs regularly with a variety of ensembles and her own groups, such as the contemporary jazz quintet G A N N A which features up-and-coming musicians of the European Jazz scene. In January 2020, G A N N A is releasing the new album DYKYI LYS („Wild Fox“ in Ukrainian). Various musical collaborations have led Ganna to tours in Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, France, Greece, Polen, Ukraine, Lithuania
Das Konzert spielt von drinnen nach draussen- die Berliner Verordnungsregeln sind selbstbewusst zu beachten.