On Friday 21 January the AINSI (Lage Kanaaldijk 112–113) will be all about Klezmer music: Eastern European Jewish sounds, inspired by the culture of the Balkans. Saxophone player Job Chajes and his Amsterdam Klezmer Band will put on an exuberant live show with a large number of songs from their own repertoire. Afterwards DJs Hapu and Sòj, specialising in Balkan and Gypsy music, will keep the theme going. The performance will start at 20.30; tickets cost €6 for students.
Interested in DJ SP 1200, Sidi St*rdust, Bruno Banani/Le Disko or a live performance by Disco Syndicate? On Saturday 22 January you’ll have the chance to check out these and other acts at the Poco Loco Disco party in the Ipanema (Avenue Ceramique 250). The doors to this dance party will open at 22.00 (and close at 3.00); the entrance fee is €5.
Discover the birthplace of the movie experience in the Lumière cinema. On Wednesday 26 January Cinema Brut will once again show the very first (short) videos from our movie history. The silent segments will be accompanied live by pianist Yvo Verschoor on his Blüthner piano from 1897. The show will start at 20.00; tickets cost €5 for students and are available at www.maastrichtuniveristy.nl/studiumgenerale.