In Part 1 of this series, I told you why I love Open-Mics so much. Part 2 and Part 3 gave some do’s and don’ts for those who organize open-mics and those who perform. In this final part I prepared some do’s and don’ts for the audience.
In Part 1 of this series, I told you why I love Open-Mics so much. Part 2 gave some do’s and don’ts for those who organize open-mics. This part is about those who want to perform.
In Part 1 of this mini-series I already told you, why I love open-mics so much. Here’s Part 2 with some do’s and don’ts for people who organize open-mics:
It’s been quite a while since I was able to join a songwriting retreat. The last one I did was the Ukulele Songwriters Camp in Berlin in February 2020. You all know what happened afterwards, so here we are. I was really excited to join Brett Perkins at his retreat and venture into a weekContinue reading “Listening Room Retreat Copenhagen”
From 22.11-24.11.2019 the second Ruhrkulele Festival took place in Essen, Germany. Since everyone was raving about last years festival I knew that this was the place to be and booked my tickets as soon as they went on sale.
From 25th to 27th of October it was time again for Berlin Ukulele Festival at UFA Fabrik. I had a great time last year so I didn’t want to miss it. I even came a day earlier than last year and stayed until Monday to make sure, that I could enjoy the whole festival.
I spent the first weekend of October in a lovely ukulele retreat in Lower Austria. It was organized by my ukulele friends Manuela and Markus (who also joined me at UFO Festival). They opened up their beautiful home and hosted a fun weekend.
During GNUF I had the pleasure to attend Mims workshop that was titled “From Seat to Stage: Map out Your Musical Journey”. It was not a traditional ukulele workshop where you learn new skills (we actually didn’t even use our ukes once) but 1,5 hours filled with lots of encouragement and great tips on howContinue reading “Mapping my musical journey”
The 2nd UFO Festival took place on June 29th in Obermörmoosen in Bavaria, Germany. The festival is organized by Elisabeth Pfeiffer. In the last years she became an important actor in the ukulele scene in Europe and this charming festival is a perfect example of all the love she gives to this community.
Last weekend it was time again for Austrian Ukulele Festival. I am always super excited to go there, because it was the first ukulele festival I ever attended and so far they’ve always put on an amazing show.