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FORGOTTEN OPERA SINGERS : Maria Carena (Soprano) (Torino, Italia 1891

Club carena berlin

Prince Charles, a stylish mix of club and bar, didn't need much time to get a foothold in the pantheon of top clubs in town. For relaxed imbibing, belly up to the circular bar anchored by a sparkling chrome installation in the front lounge. The bar itself is cleverly placed within the sunken pool and presided over by a kitschy-cute fish mural. Recommended for Dance Clubs because: Any party venue that has managed to remain relevant for nearly four decades deserves our respect. Lines can get crazy long but the door policy is pretty egalitarian.

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Club carena berlin

Since opening in late 2013, this swank hot spot has injected a much needed dose of sass into Berlin's once fairly sleepy western city center. Forced to abandon its original space in 2005, the megaboîte was rebooted only two years later in this raw industrial labyrinth. Foodies on a budget should check the website for the next date when the 'Lost in Wedding' crew prepares delicious three-course vegetarian menus for a mere 10 euros in Stattbad's cafe-bar. There are three separate but connected floors: Globus for house music, +4 for experimental electronic music and the main floor called Vault, where you can dance among the deposit boxes scavenged from the original location. Although it cut its illegal underground roots long ago, Ritter Butzke has hardly gone mainstream. Nella mia città, Bologna ha cantato dal 1920 Aida al 1936 Gioconda, Imola, ora città metropolitana di Bologna , creando i ruoli di Giorgetta e Suor Angelica 1921 e Asteria Nerone di Boito, 1924.

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FORGOTTEN OPERA SINGERS : Maria Carena (Soprano) (Torino, Italia 1891

Club carena berlin

Two more and - have given old swimming pools a new lease on life. While techno and the many subgenres of electronic music continue to define the Berlin sound, next-gen party people also embrace plenty of other beats like hip hop, dancehall and dubstep, which has given rise to clubs like with its eclectic schedule and clientele. Andrea's expert tip: If you didn't get enough partying in on the weekend, head to Tresor's 'Electric Monday', one of the few remaining Berlin start-of-the-week club nights. Recommended for Dance Clubs because: This low-key joint has good sound, eclectic cross-cultural booking and a mixed crowd amid historic surrounds. Depending on the night, the line-up may skew towards electronica, drum'n'bass, funk, hip hop, jazz or even acoustic sessions. Even such techno royalty as Apparat and M. The stories would certainly make tender souls blush, for hedonism rules with abandon in this dark, multi-floor labyrinth set amid the industrial rawness of a defunct power station.

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Club carena berlin

Try the eponymous 'Prince Charles' cocktail: vodka and Cointreau pimped up with lemon, cardamon, Earl Grey and Espuma. Salsa to tango, swing to waltz, cha cha to disco - anything goes except techno and electro. Andrea's expert tip: Prince Charles is not far from other cool clubs like Gretchen and Ritter Butzke - great for club-hopping! A pioneering hub of creativity, Stattbad Berlin formerly Stattbad Wedding occupies a public swimming pool from 1907. Since the water was drained in 2001, the space has been reincarnated as a beehive for artists, musicians, designers and creative start-ups. There's a different theme nightly. Andrea's expert tip: Check the schedule before setting out to make sure that the night's line-up matches your musical taste. It's a huge, cavernous space consisting of three main floors as well as an outside area for catching some air.

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FORGOTTEN OPERA SINGERS : Maria Carena (Soprano) (Torino, Italia 1891

Club carena berlin

Ensconced in an old factory with the requisite industrial decor, this party temple vibrates with techno, electro and minimal every weekend. Sturdy wooden tables ring the dance floor, and for sustenance there's pizza and German food. The name Gretchen, by the way, was inspired by a character in Goethe's famous play, 'Faust'. Today, the patina of yesteryear still hangs over the tinsel-decorated, high-ceilinged ballroom that draws dance-happy hipsters aged 20 to 80 with different sounds nightly. The club entrance sits at the bottom of a dramatic exterior cascade spilling into panoramic windows.

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FORGOTTEN OPERA SINGERS : Maria Carena (Soprano) (Torino, Italia 1891

Club carena berlin

Riding the retro wave is , where an all-ages crowd gets their groove on with tango, salsa and swing nightly. Every weekend, global hedonists invade town to bond with locals in their pursuit of good times. Don't come in big groups, don't drink while waiting in line and don't dress up and you might have a chance. Deep in the bowels of a massive defunct power station lies Tresor, Berlin's techno mothership. The door can be tough on weekends, so dress sharp and be patient in line. In summer you can dance under the stars on a pontoon anchored right in the river.

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Berlin Night Clubs, Dance Clubs: 10Best Reviews

Club carena berlin

A considerable tamer vibe rules next door in the affiliated Kantine am Berghain in the former power station cafeteria. Established touring bands hit the stage as much as upwardly hopeful talent. Recommended for Dance Clubs because: An unusual location, excellent sound and inventive cocktails make this venue a happening stop on the weekend party circuit. . Andrea's expert tip: The door policy is tight and erratic and large groups rarely get in. It also gets our vote for most beautiful club in Berlin and not just for its magical riverside location. House dominates the upper Panorama Bar, while hard-edged minimal techno whips the crowd into a frenzy in the former turbine hall below.

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FORGOTTEN OPERA SINGERS : Maria Carena (Soprano) (Torino, Italia 1891

Club carena berlin

Recommended for Dance Clubs because: With its underground feel and easy-going vibe, Ritter Butzke is an essential pit stop on Berlin's nightlife circuit. Named for a historic Kreuzberg postcode, it remains a seminal offbeat nighttime venue with a musical roster as eclectic as the crowd: hip hop, techno, drum'n'base, metal and, of course, good old-fashioned punk. Recommended for Dance Clubs because: This flashback to Berlin's Golden Twenties is as hip now as it was back in the day. Oh, if the walls of this hardcore party chamber could talk. Andrea's expert tip: Whatever you do, don't dress up for this one.

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