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„Lache, wenn Dir nach Weinen ist, tanze, wenn Du auf der Stelle trittst, und singe, wenn Dir die Worte fehlen!“ ("Laugh when you feel like crying, dance when you're on the spot, and sing when you're at a loss for words!") is a core statement of Yiddish culture that Berlin singer and actress Sharon Brauner skillfully transforms into a rousing stage program.

The musical framework is set by "The Goy Boys" with cool bass and virtuoso piano played by Sebastian Vogel & Dominik Franke, rhythmically accompanied by beatboxer Paul Brenning, who casually replaces a drum kit with his lips.

Sharon Brauner is the child of two Holocaust survivors and was born in West Berlin. She has been on stage and in front of film cameras since her early childhood. After an acting education and first appearances in New York, she has released five music albums with her own German songs and Yiddish evergreens. She mixes different genres such as jazz, tango, classical, chanson and klezmer to create her own unique style and has been acclaimed by critics and audiences alike.

Her CD "Lounge Jewels" was described by the press as a masterpiece and took her to the most diverse stages in the world. Now she returns to her favorite stage, the BAR JEDER VERNUNFT, with new songs in her luggage.

(Program in German)

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