What’s On March 2014

What’s On | A band formerly known as Nirvana


(Photo credit: Kashmir Facebook Page) Top gig


Store Vega, Cph V; Sun March 2, 20:00; 250kr

Firmly embedded in the folkloric history of rock music in Denmark, Kashmir were originally called Nirvana back in 1991 when they started performing but had to change their name when Kurt Kobain & co started hitting home runs in their musical career. Having collaborated with David Bowie and departed legend Lou Reed, Kashmir are an educational experience that you need to see. With last year’s seventh studio album release, EAR, in their arsenal, expect a seasoned, mature performance that will leave you impressed. (Allan Mutuku-Kortbæk)


The Show – Trbute to ABBA

Falconer Salen, Frederiksberg; Sat March 1, 20:00; 395-470kr

Voulez-vous, dancing queens and super troupas? After all, it has been 40 years since ABBA rocketed onto the international music scene at the Eurovision Song Contest with their winning song ‘Waterloo’. This box-office smash, celebrating their canon, has impressed audiences and critics alike, winning the Best Show award at the Limelights Awards in 2010. The show charts the story of the group from their formation in Sweden through their glory years. Tight flares and excessive hairspray are guaranteed … and that’s just the men. (Philip Tees)



Dansehallerne, Cph V; March 1-14; 125k

Choreographed by Tina Tarpgaard, On/Volt deals with the generation and consumption of energy through movement, sound and light (from Swiss light sculptor Sophie Guyot). (PT)


Pulsar Festival

March 6-12; free adm

The Royal Danish Academy of Music will be holding its annual contemporary music festival. The programme features composer students from the academy and guest composers from overseas. (PT)


Flea Market at Carlsberg 

March 1-2; 35kr

This popular market is returning for a new season with a wide selection including furniture and books. And look out for the stand-alone market dedicated to clothing, footwear and accessories. (PT)


Malecon, Salsa & Bachata 

Cafeen Støberiet, Cph N; Sat March 1, 21:30; 50kr

Promoting dance forms such as salsa, bachata, merengue and reggaeton, all of which hail from South America.  Coaching sessions are also included in the evening’s entertainment. (AMK)


Le Grand Macabre

Operaen Store Scene; March 2-28; 95-695kr

György Ligeti’s only opera is a humorous and surreal treatment of the apocalyptic theme. This performance is directed by Kasper Holten and sung in Danish. (PT)


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