Foto: Martin Myslivec
Eastern Europe series: Jaroslav Hutka
As a co-signatory of the “Charta 77”, the balladeer Jaroslav Hutka was forced to leave Czechoslovakia in 1978, and lived in exile in the Netherlands until his return in 1989. His songs became the symbol of the Velvet Revolution.
Bans on performing are existential experiences that dominate the texts of the Prague singer-songwriter Jaroslav Hutka.
Open-air stage on Alexanderplatz.
In cooperation with the Berlin Wall Foundation.