Di, 27. OktoberTwo-Song Tuesday // OPEN MIC //
Mi, 28. OktoberBanner/Merlo/Leibson/Attias

Do, 29. Oktober Johannes Metzger Quartett
Fr, 30. Oktober Christoph Möckel/Peter Meyer/Andi Haberl
Sa, 31. Oktober Mirna Bogdanovic Group
So, 1. November Nora Eleven

Unfortunately TACO KWEEN isn’t there this week, but he’ll be back next TUES, FRI & SAT 18.30-22-00
Come try the best Mexican food in town!

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Di, 27. Oktober
Two-Song Tuesday // OPEN MIC //

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[sign up 19:00 // start 20:00]
–> Beschreibung in Deutsch weiter unten

Calling all songwriters!
Calling all composers and instrumentalists and synth wizards!
Calling all poets and writers and storytellers!

Do you have new solo or duo material you’re itching to present?
Join us for Donau115’s regular open stage series, Two-Song Tuesdays.

Your set may include TWO SONGS or last TEN MINUTES.

“How do I get booked?”
Just show up // There is no pre-booking // Sign up opens at 19:00 (first come, first booked) // The first performer will begin at 20:00 // No soundcheck – so be ready. Slip on, blow minds, slip off.

“What can I play?”
This is entirely up to you. Out of respect for our neighbours:
– you may NOT use loud percussion and loud bass-heavy signals into the PA.
– you are welcome to use our backline, which includes:
— piano
— generic vocal microphones
— a small terrible PA, accepting guitar/XLR cables (new one coming soon!)

“But what about Covid-19”
Yep, we know. 🙁 No more than 25 people may be in our stage area at any time. Those wishing to enter after that capacity has been reached can enjoy a drink or a taco in the back room or outside on our sidewalk seating until more spaces become available.

“Anything else?”
Donau115 is a very fun but weird musician’s musician kind of bar, come expecting oddballs.


Mi, 28. OktoberBanner/Merlo/Leibson/Attias

Michaël Attias – Saxophone
Santiago Leibson – Piano
James Banner – Bass
Fermín Merlo – Drums

original and improvised music

As a leader, Michael Attias has released six critically acclaimed albums since 2005: Credo, Renku, REnku in Coimbra, Twines of Colesion, Spun Tree and Nerve Dance. As a sideman, he has performed and recorded all over the world alongside some of today’s most compelling musicians: Anthony Braxton, Paul Motian, Anthony Coleman, Masabumi Kikuchi, Tony Malaby, Ralph Alessi, Oliver Lake, Tom Rainey, John Hébert, Nasheet Waits, Sean Conly, Ken Filiano, Kris Davis, and many others.
Santiago Leibson is an Argentinian pianist living in New York since 2014. In 2019 Santiago made his Carnegie Hall debut playing a solo concert of original and classical compositions at the series “Sophia Rossoff Presents”. He also has worked with artists such as Guillermo Klein, Francisco Mela, Drew Gress and Tony Malaby, among others.
Michael and Santiago met in New York and have worked together in different projects including Shawn Lovato Microcosms, Javier Moreno Sextet and a collective band formed by Attias, Leibson, Matt Pavolka, Mark Ferber and Kenny Warren.
They are joined by two Berlin-based improvising musicians Fermín Merlo and James Banner.




Do, 29. Oktober 
Johannes Metzger Quartett

Marc Doffey – Saxophon
Morten Duun Aarup – Gitarre
Fabian Timm – Bass
Johannes Metzger – Schlagzeug/Komposition

Die vier Jazzmusiker aus Berlin haben sich 2017 zu einem Ensemble zusammengefunden,
dass die Möglichkeiten von Komposition und Improvisation im zeitgenössischen Jazz neu
„Ungeachtet etlicher solistischer Ausflüge, in denen die Interpreten ihre ausnahmslos
bemerkenswerte Qualifikation unter Beweis stellten, bestimmte das gleichberechtigte
Miteinander den Gang der Dinge “ – Schaumburger Zeitung
Angestoßen durch die aktuellen gesellschaftlichen Debatten, beschäftigt sich das Johannes
Metzger Quartett in seinem neuen Programm mit dem Begriff „Heimat“. Was ist Heimat
überhaupt? Welche Rolle spielt „Heimat“ im musikalischen Kontext unserer Zeit, speziell
im zeitgenössischen Jazz? Was kann ich als Jazzmusiker*in der Diskussion hinzufügen?
Diesen Fragen stellt sich die Band bei jedem Konzert aufs Neue und nimmt das Publikum
auf eine Reise mit, bei der es nicht nur die vier Musiker kennen lernt, sondern vielleicht
auch ein kleines Stückchen neue Heimat.
Einflüsse wie die Traditionen des Jazz, Folklore und auch europäische Klassik, die
gegensätzlich wirken mögen, vereint das Ensemble zu einem Ganzen, in dem das Quartett
eine musikalische Heimat gefunden hat, in der aber auch über die Musik hinaus keine
Grenzen gesetzt sind.




Fr, 30. Oktober 
Christoph Möckel/Peter Meyer/Andi Haberl

Christoph Möckel – Saxophone/Bassclarinet/Fx
Peter Meyer – Guitar/Fx
Andi Haberl – Drums

An evening full of exciting and electronic improvised Music with
3 of Berlins finest jazz-musicians.


Foto by www.richterkoeln.de


Sa, 31. Oktober 
Mirna Bogdanovic Group
Mirna Bogdanovic – voc/efx
Peter Meyer – guit/efx
Povel Widestrand – pno/synth
Felix Henkelhausen – bass
Philip Dornbusch – drums

Original music somewhere between instrumental and vocal, jazz mixed with electronic and pop! After studying piano at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana Mirna Bogdanović pursued studies in jazz vocals, graduating from Jazz Institute Berlin. Soon to debut as a recording artist, Bogdanović’s album in the making involves a subtle interlacement of classical vocal techniques and contemporary methods.



Photo: Dovile Sermokas

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TUES-SUN FROM 18.00 -23.00

1ST SHOW 20.00
2ND SHOW 21.30
APPROXIMATELY 25 people fit inside our bar per show & there is no reservation system, so come early if you want to get a place 
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Di, 3. NovemberTwo-Song Tuesday // OPEN MIC //
Mi, 4. NovemberONA Series

Do, 5. November Phillip Dornbuschs Projektor
Fr, 6. November Evan Parker is my hero
Sa, 7. November MutedSo, 8. November Julia Bilat