Insight into Glückstadt’s cultural scene: “Gin Kiss”, “Krakeel”, rappers Natzky, Andreas Viebrock and Cole Chandler were musically enthusiastic, artist Michael Krautzig with his pictures and magician Thomas Coch with a lot of magic.
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Glückstadt | The motto of the 17th Culture Night (September 11th) was “Cult – Culture – Culture Night”. From 6.30 p.m., 25 program items were distributed in the city center. A wide range was on offer, from open exhibitions and campaigns to concerts and readings to guided tours. More than 200 participants took the opportunity to gain insights into the cultural scene and walked to the various venues.
With the cultural canapés of 30 minutes each, we want to show the variety of offers in the city.
Sandra Kirbis from Glückstadt Destination Management (GDM) was satisfied with the process. “The planning was exciting because we didn’t know whether and with how many participants the events could be held. With the cultural canapés of 30 minutes each, we want to show the variety of offers in the city. “
“Gin Kiss” have been making music together since 2017.
The street magician Thomas Coch from Kollmar received his audience in front of the town church in the best sunshine. The commercial clerk has meanwhile made magic a sideline with small objects such as balls and cards.
Events booked out quickly
Andreas Viebrock from Borsfleth carried away the audience into the poetry of Reinhard Mey with his soft voice and the electric piano. In the Wasmer Palais, the performance was quickly booked out due to the limitation of 20 participants.
The same thing happened to the Glückstadt formation “Gin Kiss” in the council chamber. Birthe Krüger and Günther Buss (vocals), Rüdiger Fock (piano), Sabine Fock (bass) and Udo Krüger (percussion) have been making music together for four years. They presented a mixture of pop, swing and blues with French and English lyrics.
A South German listens to Low German texts
At the head of the harbor, the group “Krakeel” played on the large outdoor stage. The five musicians around Gerd Galonska performed well-known rock classics with Low German lyrics. Listener Ulrich Feuersinger enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere, although unfortunately it started to rain: “This is a good band. As a South German I don’t understand much, but I recognize the message. I have already visited exhibitions and find the Culture Night to be a great event in the city. ”
Nicolo Kramer swung as Cole Chandler in the Ratskeller.
Christian Schwenck from Itzehoe was also impressed by the diversity. “First we were in the Ratskeller with relaxed swing music by Nicolo Kramer alias Cole Chandler and Rainer Schalle and then as a contrast in the Detlefsenmuseum with Marcus Schröder alias Natzky with rhythmic rap. The Remise in the museum is a great venue. ”The customer review has been automatically translated from German.
Inspiration from nature
Michael Krautzig opened his studio in the Regenbogenhaus in Kleine Kremper Straße, where he has been creating ceramics and painting pictures since 2014. The artist draws his inspiration from philosophy and the structures in nature. “Together with a small part-time job in nursing, I can now make a living from it.”