Here they are: Your weekly fresh Gauss Tips for March 4th – 11th
Braunschweig, Jazz Concert: Chettin´3 for Chet – March 6th, 8:00 pm
On May 13, 1988, Chet Baker, one of the greatest trumpeters of jazz, died. CHETTIN´3 is a tribute to him, whose career as a trumpeter began with a meteoric rise in the 1950s and ended tragically in 1988 in Amsterdam. The trio consists of Walter Kuhlgatz (trumpet), Elmar Vibrans (piano) and Heinrich Römisch (bass) and is based on the typical sound of the drumless formations with which Baker, especially in his late years, made memorable interpretations of such standards as “But not for me” or left “My funny valentine”. The audience is taken on a melancholic, swinging journey.
The concert takes place in the theater “Das KULT”, tickets for students cost 8 €. Further information is available here.
Braunschweig, concert: NH3 & Le Birrette – March 7th, 8:00 pm
After almost 6 years of abstinence, NH3 visit the Nexus again. Rebellious ska-punk, whipping brass movements, flaming lyrics, catchy choirs interspersed with danceable off-beats: NH3 sums up the essence of these things. Le Birrette are “The new female ska sensation” from Bologna. Since 2015, the 9 have thrilled with traditional Jamaican sound from the 1960s and 70s – i.e. roots, rock steady and ska! In May 2018 they released their first album “Gals Songs Only” – on stages around the world they played together with Johnny Osbourne, The Skatalites, The Aggrolites, Ken Boothe, Dennis Alcapone, Keith and Tex and 2019 at the London International Ska Festival. The concert starts at 9:00 p.m., admission is from 8:00 p.m. and admission costs € 8. You will find more information here.
Braunschweig, movie: The Great Museum – March 9th, 7:00 p.m.
The humorous cinema documentary “DAS GROSSE MUSEUM” portrays one of the most important museums in the world: the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna (KHM). The film takes an extensive journey behind the scenes of this fascinating institution and shows the diverse world of museums and an abundance of charismatic protagonists in the unique world of the KHM – from the restoration workshops to marketing or visitor service. Tickets cost € 7.50 to € 8.50, the movie is sceened in Universum movie theater. The language is German. Further information is available here.