Urban Street Arts – Interview with Jonas Wilms

Urban Street Arts – Ultimate groove to the show Participating in a big show like the Urbanatix in Bochum is a big challenge for all actors and also for the whole team. In addition to artistic handicraft requirements, the social competence and the team spirit of all protagonists is in demand. The Dortmund musician Jonas…


Jazz for generations – Interview with Sabine Kühlich

Jazz over Generations – Between Scat and Text For months standing at the Grand Master’s door, be dismissed and then taken after a long time as a student. This is known from many Kung Fu films. The singer Sabine Kühlich had the courage to ring in the big bebop legend Sheila Jordan. In contrast to…


A bag full of musicians, a studio and then? – Interview with Werner Hüsgen

Selecting musicians and keeping them on the rails, recording a CD, looking for a publisher, establishing a product on the market and brushing pawls again and again to present the music live. No easy task in today’s music market. Nevertheless, saxophonist Werner Hüsgen has set out and written music for a cast of eight. In…


Journey into the 80s – Interview with Alexander Samsz

Does anyone still know some hits of the NDW from the 80s? Are there any bands that have survived this time? Exactly that and many exciting things about the time of the 80s you will learn in today’s interview with the graphic designer and music lover Alexander Samsz. So it’s a good thing Alex and…


Tap dancing across the pond – Interview with Max Pollak

Tap-dancing across the pond – Rumba Tap brings cultures together Learn from old masters, gain deep insights into the music of different cultures and let something new emerge from it: A dream. To call Max Pollak “only” as a step dancer would have been a far cry. Clear: his tap dance art seeks its equal…


With Chakuza in the Charts – Interview with Andy Reinard

With Chakuza in the charts – production and tour Not only does music have to be well composed and produced, it has to be performed well on stage. The drummer Andy Reinard has participated in the current chakuza CD “Noah”. As a drummer, he contributes his intense beats and, as a producer in the team,…


Virtuosity and Expression – Interview with Lisa Franken

Virtuosity and expression – interpretation and value of music. Is a sound musical education with numerous international degrees, successful competitions and sound gaming practice a guarantee for an expressive emotional game? The cellist and pianist Lisa Franken has a lot to offer in terms of education and degrees. However, she has decided not to enter…


Earwig Guitar Reef – Interview with George Syrmbos

Catchy guitar riff – milestones of rock music. There are hundreds of guitar melodies and rhythms, which often do not go out of your head for years. Guitarist George Syrmbos ​​inhaled, performed and internalized these throughout his life. One could almost say: He is a walking lexicon of rock and pop history. In today’s program,…


German Text Culture – Interview with Moses Christoph

German text culture – craft and inspiration How can you fill in lyrics with meaningful content, express feelings and events without falling into the usual stereotypes? Which language does the experience tell? Inspired by his parents and some happy coincidences in his early childhood, Moses Christoph started writing lyrics when he was 8 years old.…


Childhood in Costa Rica – Interview with Boris Bansbach

Childhood in Costa Rica – Musicians in Germany Childhood characterizes a person very much. Different impressions and events are recorded and processed in the course of life. Saxophonist Boris Bansbach spent part of his childhood in Costa Rica. Here he was able to gather many impressions that also affected his life and work in Germany.…