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Culture Night 2019


11. October -

CULTURE NIGHT AT GL STRAND

October 11, 2019

6:00 pm - 12:00 midnight

Experience a cosy evening in Kunstforeningen GL STRAND's beautiful courtyard. Try yoga with your family between 6:00 and 7.30 pm, stay for the concert with Selma Judith performing a dreamy harp and leading us into a world full of beauty and nostalgia. God Goes Deep completes the program with a live act taking us on a meditative journey with ambient soundscapes. The program is inspired by an upcoming exhibition in GL STRAND about and with Leonard Cohen opening on the 24 October.

All Culture Night events require a Culture Pass. A Culture Pass costs DKK 95 and can be purchased in all 7-Eleven stores within the Capital Region. 

PROGRAM

FAMILY YOGA

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

With family yoga we warm up to the upcoming exhibition on Leonard Cohen which opens at GL STRAND on 24 October. Throughout his life Cohen was dedicated to meditation which to him meant calm and inner strength. Try meditative yoga in the midst of GL STRAND's courtyard where yoga teacher Sisse Siegumfeldt will take you through different exercises to ambient music.

SELMA JUDITH IN CONCERT

7:45 pm - 8:15 pm

Experience Selma Judith in concert singing her own songs and covers of songs by Leonard Cohen. In a very short time the young Danish singer, song-writer and harpist has gained a big audience with her passionate and dreamy vocal and rythmic harp play. Her unique sound possesses a poetic beauty and nostalgic search for something pure and simple.

GOD GOES DEEP - LIVE ACT

8:30 pm - 11.30 pm

The musical ambience collective, God Goes Deep, fills the courtyard with meditative soundscapes. Together with invited DJs Palma Seitzmayer, the founder of God Goes Deep, plays compositions which on this occassion are inspired both by the special sound of Leonard Cohen and his spiritual involvement. The music is accompanied by a light scenography.

Photo: Carla Eleonora Feigenberg

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Photo: Carla Eleonora Feigenberg