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Independent music scene legends Danielle de Picciotto & Alexander Hacke live from their studio in Berlin.

The current pandemic has many of us facing more stress and uncertainty than usual. As we try to navigate our anxiety, meditation is more important than ever. We invite you to tune into Goethe Pop Up Seattle's Facebook Live and practice mindfulness with an intimate performance by hackedepicciotto, live from their Berlin-based studio.

The hour-long music performance is preceded by an interview with the artist couple on the effects that the current social distancing has on their lives as artists and their nomadic lifestyle, and life at large. Afterwards, we invite you to meditate -- to pay attention, purposefully and non-judgmentally, to your experience of the music in the present moment. Let Danielle and Alexander lead you through this unique (re)treat!

How to join? On June 3rd at 6pm PDT simply tune into Goethe Pop Up Seattleā€™s Facebook Live (@goetheseattle). A recording of the talk and music session will be made available after the event.

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