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:
After attending quite some festivals it is clear for me, that open-mics are one of my favorite, if not the favorite part of festivals. And here’s why:
Austrian Ukulele Festival was my 2nd festival this year and one that I just love coming back to for several reasons. Back in 2017 the first edition was also my very first ukulele festival that I attended and it definitely sparked the ukulele craziness in me. But every year that I attended so far (IContinue reading “Austrian Ukulele Festival 2022”
I just recently noticed that my 5 year anniversary of picking up an instrument and making music is around the corner. So I thought it’s a good idea to take a look back, see how it all got together and how far I’ve actually come.
You’ve probably read my blog about this years Berliner Ukulele Festival. There were lots of opportunities to play open mics and since I was too chicken to play last time I was here, I wanted to make up for it this year.
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.
Now that everything is getting a bit more quiet again I’ve had some time to think and started wondering, where this sudden urge to be on stage is coming from.
From 21st of June until 23rd of June Oslo Ukulele Festival took place in the lovely Nydalen neighboorhood. As you’ve probably seen, I was there as an artist (my first performance on main stage). But I also want to blog about the festival in general.