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Allstar Refjúdží Band in 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The ASRB is preparing a number of new events and changes in 2012. At the beginning of the year they will present a new project based on the personal story of ASRB singer Jing Lu called Solo for Lu, which will premiere on February 28 at the Archa Theatre. The music for the performance was arranged by Michael Nejtek and the director is Jana Svobodová.
The ASRB will delight its fans with its new album with the working title Karaoke Evropa, which the band will record in the spring together with a range of guests. In the summer the band will set off on concert tours of summer festivals and in the fall director and artistic director of the ASRB Jana Svobodová will prepare a new theatre project, which will reflect the stories of people who are looking for a new home in the Czech Republic. The site-specific performance will be created directly in the refugee camp in Kostelec nad Orlicí in cooperation with its residents and with the residents of the town of Kostelec.
The creative core of the band will continue to organize creative workshops for refugees in detention and residence camps run by the Ministry of the Interior as well as performances in schools. For children the company will also present the musical-theatre comics Where Is My Home?, which explores the idea that Forefather Czech was also a refugee, as well as the autobiographical project Solo for Lu.
For the Theatre World Festival in Brno the creative core of the ASRB will create a replica of the site-specific project Walk With Me made to measure for the Brno Vietnamese community. The interactive audio tour Walk With Me will return to the Archa Theatre program in spring 2012.

 
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The Allstar Refjúdží Band is a group of musicians from various cultures, religious backgrounds and political perspectives. The Allstar Refjúdží Band combines brass band, ethno, ska, rap, klezmer, Dixieland, Chinese opera, and Armenian and Kurdish rhythms into one pot.