Songs from Ireland and Scotland are played in the “rooster”.

Songs from Ireland and Scotland are played in the

“Summer in the City” is the name of the musical series the association is putting on “Zeit: Raum” Waltrop’s “Parlor”: now a Ruhr area trio performing with Sackville Street ballads.

The band Sackville Street (from left) is a guest at Waltrop with Christian Donovan, Luzinde Hahn and Nina Heinrich. © Private

The debut was extremely successful: the association “Zeet: Ram” along with “Two Gents” and “Big Wheels” made a mark. Both bands had already created a good atmosphere at Roosterstrae in July. Hundreds of spectators flocked to Waltrop’s “Parlor” to experience two great musical evenings. The same should happen next Friday (August 5) when the Sackville Street trio will perform Irish and Scottish songs in the town of Hebwerk.

A Celtic harp can also be heard

According to the band’s website based in the Ruhr region, the two strong voices resemble those of a Celtic harp: they include vocalist Nina Heinrich, harpist Luzinde Haene and Christian Donovan, who play guitar, bouzouki, boudoran and mandocello – and sing as well. . This Ruhr region trio has been performing sad Irish and Scottish songs since 2006 – unabashedly and with genuine passion. “There are love songs and instrumental pieces that guarantee goosebumps,” organizer Angelica Westhoff-Hashke promised on Monday (August 1) when asked by our editors. “For the audience it’s like a little vacation on the Emerald Isle.”

Admission is free – the hat spins at the end

As usual with “Summer in the City”, the music starts at 5 p.m.: the Cranfoyer natural butcher shop takes care of physical well-being and the travel agency “Fernwehlong” takes care of the drinks. admission is free. But at the end the artist is happy when the cap is full.

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