Ben Caplan for a weekend in Belgrade

Canadian Troubadour, Ben Caplan returns to Belgrade where he will perform in Saturday, December 4th 2021 in the Jazz canteen Lisbon, organized by the concert agency Rock Concert, starting at 8 p.m.

Charismatic charmer and piano breaker. A mad and sincere poet. A trigger of delicate chords and a lover of broken melodies. Ben Caplan is not just one. Caplan is simply unforgettable. With his huge beard and unbridled mane, he is as visually striking as he is exciting. His rough tones and textures break through the crowd, as does his strong voice which is more powerful than the most numerous mass. In his case, the microphone seems superfluous on stage. But looks can also be deceiving. When he has managed to attract your attention, Kaplan will introduce you to the soft side of his voice, which is like a glass of single malt whiskey, pouring beauty on this rough world. Inspired by Eastern European as well as Jewish folk music, this acclaimed Canadian artist mixes older musical sensibilities with his soul.

The band will perform as a pre-group The Mothership Orchestra and that in the acoustic version.

The elegant and somewhat shy quartet The Mthership Orchestra are the pioneers of Serbian baroque pop. Their subtle harmonies, rich orchestration, together with lyrical stories about (un) lost loves, painful memories or, less often, emotional ups and downs, lead us through tunnels of melancholy to sunny ecstasy and back. The expressive vocals, by the main author of TMO – Lazar Šijak, move from a gentle whisper to the edge of a disturbing scream, emphasizing the emotional depth and truthfulness of the poetic expression. The cathartic nature of their performance demands from the audience a kind of sacral devotion. The feeling of true purification, which they receive in return, after traveling with an emotional TMO roller coaster, is an incomparable experience.

Tickets can be purchased at a pre-sale price of 1000 dinars, while on the day of the concert, the ticket price will be 1300 dinars.




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