25.08.2018
27e Festival de la Valsainte
Suisse
http://www.aqv.ch
17.08.2018
MS Dockville 2018
Hamburg
https://bit.ly/2l9Lhnb
03.08.2018
L-Mag Party @ Schwuz
Berlin
28.07.2018
Gayhane SO36
Berlin
http://www.so36.de
05.07.2018
Spoundports Festival @ Cabaret Aleatoire
Marseille
https://bit.ly/2HQozcP
30.06.2018
Gayhane SO36
Berlin/Kreuzberg
http://www.so36.de
26.06.2018
Bigsas Literatur Festival, Performative reading NSU- Blumen für Otello. & DJ-Set
Bayreuth
https://bit.ly/2MuIOQx
23.06.2018
Festival Resonanzraum
Hamburg
https://bit.ly/2JMmm3z
22.06.2018
DJ Ipek & Hakan Vreskala Live National Dag
Luxemburg
15.06.2018
Yalla lass feiern 3
Berlin
https://bit.ly/2HSL1lm
09.06.2018
La Nuit
d’Antigone
01.06.2018
Letz Be On SchwuZ
Berlin
25.05.2018
L-Tunes Spindler/Klatt
Berlin
01.05.2018
MyFest ImPort ExPort Stage @Heinrichplatz
Berlin/Kreuzberg
28.04.2018
Gayhane SO36
Berlin/Kreuzberg
http://www.so36.de
28.04.2018
Heart Beatz solifest - Bi Nuu
Berlin
21.04.2018
Südblock »Support Gladt«
Berlin/Kreuzberg
29.01- 26.03.2018
Artist residence at Villa Sur at Goethe Institut in Salvador de Bahia
Brasil
20.01.2018
La Nuitd’Antigone Paris –Institut des Cultures d’Islam
Paris
19.01.2018
Peniche Anako
Paris
13.01.2018
The Yard
London
12.01.2018
Tasty @ Schwuz
Berlin
11.01.2018
Club Yuka
Tunis
09.-11.01.2018
Goethe Institut Tunis DJ-Workshop for females
Tunis
31.12.2017
Silvester / New Year’s Eve Party @ Radialsystem
Berlin

2018: Ipek Ipekcioglu Remix
Omerar Nanda – Huma Kusu

HumaKusuRemixA mythical creature of Iranian legends and fables, the Huma bird is also a common motif in Sufi and Diwan poetry. Although there are many legends about this bird, common to all is that the Huma is said never to land on the ground, and instead lives its entire life flying invisibly high above the earth.

Omerar Nanda's »Huma Kusu« takes its inspiration from an old Anatolian folk song. Once upon a time in Turkey, there were two passionate lovers: Mustafa and Gülbahar. The day after their wedding, the state called all young men of the country to the military. Mustafa left home, knowing that maybe he would never see Gülbahar again. Years passed, no news of Mustafa arrived. His family lost all hope. Gülbahar went out to the garden every morning and waited for his return. With each passing day, she cried and cried, until her tears dried up. Heartbroken by this loss, Mustafa’s father created a requiem in which he called on the Huma bird to bring hopeful news about Mustafa.
 
from Omerar Nanda - Huma Kusu, track released June 26, 2018
 
 
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