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Dec 01 2022


20:00 - 23:00



Lasse Matthiessen

Lassie Matthiessen is performing at Kantine am Berghain on the 1st December.

While the world stayed at home and the musical landscape was shrouded in silence, Lasse Matthiessen embarked on the only journey that made sense for an embodied melancholic. The route led into the past: past his old school in the capital of Denmark, where he sang with the Copenhagen Boys’ Choir, and past his home in the middle of the now very hip “Nørrebro” district, where he grew up and gained his first experience on the drums and guitar. He went on to Germany, Switzerland and Austria, where he had built up a large and loyal concert audience as a much-travelled musician in recent years. And then Lasse Matthiessen arrived after his long journey. Disguised as an adult until the decisive moment of his life. Experiences that made the blood in his veins pump and his heart gallop. A rave in Rome, a ballroom in Bordeaux and a break-up in vibrant Berlin, where he lived and played for months, even years.

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