FANFARA STATION (Italy / Tunisia / Canada)


from Italy, Tunisia and Canada

The transnational formation Fanfara Station from Florence, Italy, combines elements of Balkan brass and jazz with North African rhythms and pulsating electro-dance beats. Singer and composer Marzouk Mejri finds inspiration for the music in memories of his father’s Tunisian brass band. Canadian-born trumpeter and trombonist Charles Ferris provides brilliant improvisations at the loop station, while master programmer Ghiaccioli e Branzini heats up the crowd on the dance floor. Fanfara Station’s music pays tribute to the achievements of Mediterranean migrants, the musical cultures of the African diaspora, and the ancient connections of Southern Europe to the Middle East, the Maghreb, and the Americas.


Admission free, donations requested


05.August – stage at the cow lake – 20:30


At the Kuhsee recreation area, three World Heritage properties are within sight of each other: At the Lech weir Hochablass , water has been diverted for the city for almost 800 years. The waterworks at the Hochablass represents the beginning of modern drinking water supply from 1879. The Eiskanal canoe route was built for the 1972 Olympic Games. It was the world’s first artificial whitewater canoe course and is still used for international competitions today.