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Mrs. Adam
Schatz

As the first of two wonderful shows we have coming up, we’re excited to welcome Mrs. Adam Schatz to the lobby next Wednesday 29th March. Brooklyn based Adam will bring his saxophone, play on our piano, and most likely treat us to a few sonic surprises. Adam is in Berlin ahead of a tour with his band Landlady. He has been either a main member or occasional player in Father Figures, Those ()

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yMusic
live

We’re very much looking forward to Monday 3rd April when yMusic will be playing in the lobby. yMusic are a group of six New York City instrumentalists who NPR described as helping to shape the future of classical music. Exploring the intersection between classical and popular music, their unique configuration (string trio, flute, clarinet, and trumpet) has attracted the attention of collaborators such as Ben Folds, Bon Iver, José González and The Staves. ()

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It’s LIVE: Films & People Radio
from Michelberger Music

In October we brought together 120 artists for a musical gathering that woke up some angels Some of you have been there and for all…here is what the filmmakers captured, moving through the 6 show stages fluid like the artists did. Films of michelbergermusic.com. Gone live right now with the first part of the films and you are the first to see. Everyone only saw a fraction of what was ()

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Tuesday Blues with
The Bones of J.R. Jones

Tomorrow, in the lobby, The Bones of J.R. Jones. This guitar, banjo, kick drum, high-hat playing one man band will be bringing his dusty blues right to the centre of our toe tapping hearts. The man behind the music is New York based musician Jonathan Linaberry. He grew up listening to old gospel hymns, early 20th century blues and artists such as Tom Waits and The Carter Family. All of ()

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Together
into 2017

From the 27th onwards, our bar will be extra cosy and vibrant, with excitement building as we near the border of the new year. We are open around the clock and we welcome all to eat, drink and celebrate with us. Let’s turn this special time into one wonderful carpet of colourful talks, drinking, and exchange. There will be music through these days, and there will be food in the bar ()

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Cosy Christmas days
in the hotel

It’s one of the most beautiful times in Berlin. With many folks leaving the city, it’s only the warm core of Berliners wandering the city streets. And for all those, (and of course all visitors,) we open our doors for cosy Christmas celebrations. We’ll be serving a special dinner in the restaurant on the 24th, 25th and 26th. The menu is below, and reservations can be made on 030 297 ()

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Restaurant Hours
Christmas and New Years week

Our restaurant will have some slightly varied hours during the festive season. These are as follows: Breakfast: 24/12 to 26/12 – 08:00 – 12:00 27/12 to 31/12 – 07:00 – 12:00 01/01 – 08:00 – 14:00 Lunch: We’re serving our regular lunch menu (with the addition of some Christmas specials such as roast duck leg and Kaiserschmarrn) right through until Friday 23rd December. No lunch from 24/12 to 01/01. First ()

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Berlin
Drop

This Saturday evening our friends from Drop Everything are doing a little showcase here at the hotel. Drop Everything is a contemporary cultural biennial which takes place on the remote island of Inis Oírr, just off the west coast of Ireland. It is a platform to bring together people working in and interested in the arts, music, fashion, food, architecture, design and other creative fields. One of the main aims is to create ()

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Thank you
Colin

You had us in awe from the very first note. Here’s the video and a couple of images from a sublime performance of endless breath.

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Black Magic Baby Jesus –
Exhibition & Performance by Ramin Krause

We met Ramin when he was here for Michelberger Music, alongside Vincent Moon and his crew of filmmakers. A couple of weeks ago Ramin told us about a special project he has been working on… One year ago I sailed on a sail boat around the South Pacific and when our boat broke, I was stranded on a small Island. I ended up staying for 6 months, living in villages ()