Jesko started playing and writing music as a teenager in eastern Berlin.
Originally a drummer, he got more interested in writing songs, using fingers, guitars
and voice - alone and with others. On April 1st, Jesko will perform together with
Jung-Jae Kim on saxophone.
With classical guitar and voice, Marieke leads you through a world of its own. Weaving soundscapes with unexpected melodies, a place of introspection opens up, filled with the air of memories and dreams. A voice, vulnerable and true sings songs about loosing friends, loving a darkened heart and the phenomenon of disintergating into a new dawn. Like a lost voice from the past, the sound is reminiscent of Sybille Baier, Vashti Bunyan or Josephine Foster.
Jung-Jae Kim is a Berlin-Seoul based saxophonist, composer, and improviser, traversing the free avant-garde/experimental music scene. At Open Tiny, he will set out to push the boundaries of his instrument ever further, joined by two collaborateurs.