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Sony Centre World Language Party

--in partnership with the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (icd)--

The Sony Center World Languages Party is on Friday, April 5th at the Sony Center Cinestar bar (Potsdamer Platz), with a live electronic performance called "Jzules feat Broda Mo", hosted by Liwah & Karl.

The party is known for bringing people together in an atmosphere of music and many languages. Your lovely hosts (Karl & Liwah) are there to help arrange language partners through the evening. Enjoy the performance--dance--and mingle in the international glow. The party starts at 20:00. The concert is from 21:00 to 23:00. The admission is just 3€ and includes a welcome drink.

--"Jzules is a music producer and DJ from London. Broda Mo is vocalist and dancer from the Sudan. In collaboration we are a DJ outfit and together our aim is to get the people up and dancing! ("--

Directions: Go to the Sony Center (domed area with a fountain) at Potsdamer Platz. The Cinestar theater is there near the fountain. Just inside the Cinestar entrance will be a table with a sign "World Language Party." There you'll get tickets and directions to the bar.

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  • Liwah W.

    thanks Kai for the cool insights.

    April 8, 2013

  • Kai

    Friendly and interesting people present, thanks to the organizers and hosts. Now if only I could hear and converse with folks without shouting, leaning in, or otherwise putting up with too much background noise, that would be even better. Also, it would be good to have some "sectors" (tables, corners) for languages, e.g. in true Berlin style, have some signs like "You are entering the French/German/English (or Sundry/Misc.) sector" so that it's easier to find native speakers to practice with. Danke!

    April 7, 2013

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