15 – 18 June 2017
Three days full of songs, diversity and community
GUESTS: Karin Jana Beck and Matthias Gerber
Unmada Manfred Kindel
≡≡≡ FESTIVAL LANGUAGE IS GERMAN ≡≡≡
songs and dance in nature • Karin Jana Beck and Matthias Gerber • spiritual songs and mantras • morning meditation • Open Space – the chance to lead a group yourself / take part in groups led by other guests • Fiesta Vocale • networking for singing circle leaders • light and airy workshop rooms • living in tent villages • children’s program • vegetarian bio food
Hagara Feinbier choir director, workshop leader, song book author and multi-skilled instrumentalist. She has lived in the ZEGG (Centre for Experimental Culture Design – www.zegg.de) intentional community in Belzig since 1991 and considers her work to be part of a political and spiritual network working towards a culture of peace.
Raimund Mauch, www.kraftderstimme.de, musician, occupational therapist and voice worker. His aim is to awaken and share the healing power of the voice and the joy of living to be found in singing. His heartfelt, undogmatic and fun-loving nature is simply infectious, spreading into any group and turning the event into a real highlight with long-lasting effects.
Thursday 15/06/2017 6:30pm Check-in from 2:30pm,
End: Sunday 18/06/2017 c. 2:00pm
Fon.: ++49-33841-595100, email: email@example.com
The festival fee is: Booking until 3 May 2017: €140. After that €170 plus €154,50 for board and lodging in tents or dormitories (including spa tax). A limited number of single and double rooms are also available (please book early).
Children/youth aged 5-17 pay: €92,25 (including B&L and spa tax).
Accommodation is in comfortable 4-person tents, equipped with bed bases and mattresses. Please bring your own sleeping bag or sheets/quilt etc. You also have the option of bringing your own private tent. There are large, beautiful shower areas for men and for women.
Festival site: ZEGG, 14806 Bad Belzig, 80 km s/w of Berlin. This 16-hectare site is situated on the edge of the forest. There are ten workshop rooms of various sizes, a plenary hall, a large ‘big top’ tent with flooring, two café-pubs, a spacious dining hall and a swimming pool. You can find out more at: www.zegg.de.