Kiállítás a város tetején
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Off from Slussen metro station, running up the hill to catch a concert by two of my friends, I had to stop for one second – I think it’s obvious why:
Kiszálltam a metróból a Slussennél, hogy felszaladjak a hegyre két barátom koncertjére, de meg kellett állnom egy pillanatra – azt hiszem, nyilvánvaló, hogy miért:
From a little bit higher up (which means some 100 stairs, I always forget how many I have counted):
And the concert, with Brian Kramer and Mats Qwarfordt (Yonder) giving us the blues. It was especially a cozy moment when they stood up and started walking around in the room, out to the bar, singing and playing, as close to people as it can get. I caught myself almost singing a few seconds duet with Brian when he came to me 🙂
Unfortunately I missed the other performing artist, John Leo Carter singer-songwriter who played Irish songs, but there was a girl as well, a very humble one (the reason being her illness that grabbed her a short time ago), singing beautifully, and who turned out to be the Blues Queen of Sweden, Jenny Bohman:
And a little bit of the crowd:
És páran a vendégek közül:
The vernissage of Jonas Rahm painter (who has also designed the latest solo albums for Brian and Jenny) was on the top floor of Södra Teatern (Southern Theater) (see more of his works on his website).
Jonas Rahm festőművész kiállítása (aki Brian és Jenny legújabb szólóalbumának dizájnját is készítette) a Södra Teatern (Déli Színház) legfelső emeletén volt (nézd meg a munkáit a weboldalán!)
The location promises us some wonderful views…
After the show, down to Slussen again:
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