REFERENCES
 

Concert locations

Church Saint Paul, Berlin | Import fair at the exhibition Grounds, Berlin | Dominikus hospital, Berlin | Elderly home nears the “Panke GmbH”, Berlin | Church Akebulan, Berlin | Church Saint Konrad, Berlin | Gallery VeneKlasen/Werner, participation in the fourth movement of the SYMPHONY Hidden Track by Bo Christian Larsson, Berlin | Castle Friedrichsfelde, Berlin In der Vertretung des Landes Brandenburg beim Bund, Berlin | Gethsemanekirche, Berlin | Französischer Dom, Berlin | Christuskirche Berlin | Berliner Dom | Church St. Albert, München | Church Allerheiligen, München | Kirche St. Dominicus, Berlin | Hotel Seebad-Casino, Rangsdorf | Gedächtniskirche, Berlin | Rathausplatz, Strausberg |  Werkstatt der Kulturen, Berlin | ufaFabrik, Berlin | Alexanderplatz, Berlin | Mehrzweckhalle, Großziethen | St.-Martini-Kirche, St.-Katharinen-Kirche und Kirche in Ölper, Braunschweig |  Arena - IGA-Gelände 2017 Berlin

 

 Cinema

 Participation in the movie "ON THE INSIDE," ASTOR film lounge Kurfürstendamm, Berlin, Film director Uwe Janson I

 

TV / Radio- Appearances

The show MTV Home

The show "DAS!"

with Mo Asumang

Video report

AKWABA Gospelchor

Report about  Homeland

Show about the Berlin elections
         

 

Video report

AKWABA Gospelchor

Advertising Spot of „Sparkasse“ with Joko and Klaas

Background for the british Singer Sam Smith

New Year's Eve Party 2014

at "Brandenburger Tor"Berlin

 


Highlights 

11/04/2017: Opening of the exhibition "Luthereffekt" by German Federal President Steinmeier, Martin-Gropius-Bau Berlin

10/11/2015: Background for the south african Singer Howard Carpendale at Tempodrom, Berlin

01/02/2015: Concert at Thomas Church in Leipzig

31/12/2014: New Year's Eve Party at "Brandenburger Tor" Berlin. Background for the Singer Ben Jaimen from Los Angeles (USA)

18/08/2010: Inauguration of the first African reading room under the patronage of the mayor of Berlin-Mitte Dr. Christian Hanke

31/10/2009: First concert of the Akwaba gospel choir with about 700 spectators