During Kulturhavn 2021, the fishing harbour in Sydhavnen will be full of life, music and delicious food - you’ll get to experience the area framed by live music as the orchestra Balkan Bulgar and the saxophone player Karen Vogel performs. You can explore the area through the various workshops and events inviting you to unfold you creativity by painting, learning about sustainability and listening to stories about the harbour.
Balkan Bulgar is an orchestra of seven people playing music rooted in Greece, Turkey and the Black Sea, mastering both the violin, clarinet, harmonica and contrabass as well as the darbuka.
Dancer and percussionist Marianne Mogensen (www.reqtime.dk) will perform a solo dance - or invite the audience to join her if the current covid-19 restrictions allow it.
Mads Kristian Mikkelsen will stop by with his Bulgarian bike kitchen which has an oven for preparing the Bulgarian dish ‘Burek’. Mads is also a Copenhagen based storyteller and might have a couple of stories to tell. (https//:vandrehistorien.dk).
In the South harbour you will be able to try local produce sustainably sourced as Christian Coff will stop by Kulturhavn to tell about the online platform ‘Råhandel’ (www.raahandel.dk). Christian will also be selling organic beers from Brinkholm during the festival.
Environmental planner Pernille Malberg Dyg (www.sustainableme.biz) is specialized in sustainability and is involved with the developmental goals of UN in this field. During Kulturhavn 2021 you can meet her at the info-booth and learn about the ways in which each individual kan affect the future of out planet through a more sustainable lifestyle.
The saxophone player Karen Vogel, known from the band Secret Oyster and her collaborations with Frits Helmuth, will also be giving a performance to Osvald Helmuth’s song ‘Havnen’ at Kulturhavn 2021.