“The violin, guitar and the double bass wildly chase the chords, while her voice modulates all the nuances of longing, melancholy, and torment of love.”
Ebba Hagenberg-Miliu, General Anzeiger, 23.11.2015
“Her incredible stage presence and physical expressiveness added a visual highlight to the musical one.”
Detlef Stachetzki, Folk Club, April 2014
“She gives the impression of someone who not only loves singing the songs, but loves the songs themselves…”
3SongsBonn, Astatine at Kunstgarten, 21.07.2014
“LER.CHE is essentially the music of a proud little
Romanian bird, enjoying the exhilaration of new horizons while determined to preserve her roots.”
LET THERE BE JAZZ!
The bliss of new love, reflective contemplation, joyous celebration, aching loneliness…
In each song Astatine paints a vivid picture that takes the listener into the depths of her soul.
28. Sep. 2019 | 8 p.m. | Kleine Beethovenhalle
Astatine & Band present the golden 20s of Berlin!
02. Nov. 2019 | 7:30 p.m. | Villa Leistikow
Classic Meets Gypsy with an unique timbre! Two great virtuosos of their instruments, the Gypsy guitarist Joscho Stephan and the classical jazz pianist Marcus Schinkel, present a combination of gypsy jazz and classical music. A true highlight for both classic music lovers as well as jazz-aficionados!
14. Dec. 2019 | 7:30 p.m. | Villa Leistikow
LER.CHE plays Romanian folklore in a contemporary guise again at Jazz for Ear & Palates. As the name implies, this event is unique: musical, cultural and culinary.
June 26, 2019, 7:11 p.m.
This summer is as musical as ever here in Muffendorf.
In tune with the weather and temperatures, we propose a new
format: Jazz Brunch on Sunday!
Feb. 23, 2019, 2:28 p.m.
In 2019 we will continue to organize jazz events for your demanding ears and palates. The schedule is now fixed and there is certainly something for everyone.
Feb. 23, 2019, 1:57 p.m.
After the great concert with Bucharest Bohème in October 2017, I got to host my second event in Harmonie Bonn in January. Many thanks to the concert critic John Hurd, who wrote a very nice review of our jazz concert.