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Documentary The Tuesday Night Feeling


On Tuesday night, the KAdECafé will show director Marlou van den Berge's documentary The Tuesday Night Feeling, about the longing for singing together at the time of corona.

On Tuesday night at the KAdECafé, the documentary The Tuesday night feeling featured. Director Marlou van den Berge followed the Amsterdam Mixed Choir for two years. The choir was hit disproportionately hard by the Covid-19 virus. More than a hundred people fell ill, one choir member and three partners of choir members died. The choir continued to sing, from home, one and a half feet away and tentatively together again. The Tuesday night feeling shows in a unique time document how a close-knit group struggles with the great suffering that befalls them. After the documentary there will be a Q&A with Marlou van den Berge and the president of Koornetwerk Nederland, Daphne Wassink. Moderator at this post-screening discussion is Ellen van Genuchten of Platform Amateurkunst Amersfoort.

When: Tuesday, May 24
Time: 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. (room open 7:30 p.m.)
Location: KAdECafé
Costs: €7.50 (including cup of coffee or tea)

'In the corona media library, the film certainly deserves a place. In the music media library, too, in that the chorus in the sound score sings of self, tragedy and mourning in music by Paul M. van Brugge, to a libretto by Ester Naomi Perquin' (De Groene Amsterdammer)

'The result is a moving time document in which the various phases of the pandemic, such as loneliness, cautious rapprochement and exclusion are palpable, both on an individual and collective level' (VPRO GUIDE)

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