KLIFFS

  • The Dream Café

    67 Front Street
    Penticton, British Columbia V2A1H2
Ticket Price (CAD) $20.00 This event is now over
Description

KLIFFS will release their new album in the fall of 2022. 

Kliffs is the Berlin-based duo of two Canadians: Mark Bérubé (guitar, keys, voice) and Kristina Koropecki (cello, synths, voice). The two met twelve years ago in an improvised Montréal rehearsal space when Kristina joined Mark’s solo project. The two toured together with Mark’s band numerous times across Canada and Europe, and eventually re-located to Berlin, Germany in 2014. After a brief hiatus for other projects, the two teamed up again in 2018 as a duo under their new name KLIFFS and released their first album Temporary Cures in November, 2019. You might have already seen them playing in the bands of Agnes Obel (Kristina) or Sophie Hunger (Mark) around Europe over the past couple of years.

Geographically, they create Montreal-music in Berlin. Musically, they compose songs better suited to late-night inner city bike rides and shy dancers. Lyrically, they write recycled tone poems that harness the thoughts of the perpetually bemused and the intensity of soft earthquakes. Kliffs are seasoned and skilled musicians and have acquired the craft of joining their instruments and their voices together to form a delicate balance in their songs. Koropecki’s classical music training and her boundless curiosity for all new sounds perfectly compliment Bérubé’s reverence of time-honoured song-craft where lyrics take centre-stage.

 

eventually re-locateKLIFFS will release their new album in the fall of 2022Kliffs is the Berlin-based duo of two Canadians: Mark Bérubé (guitar, keys, voice) and Kristina Koropecki (cello,synths, voice). The two met twelve years ago in an improvised Montréal rehearsal space when Kristina joined Mark’s solo project. The two toured together with Mark’s band numerous times across Canada and Europe, and eventually re-located to Berlin, Germanyin 2014. After a brief hiatus for other projects, the two teamed up again in 2018 as a duo under their new name KLIFFS and released their first album Temporary Cures in November, 2019.You might have already seen them playing in the bands of Agnes Obel (Kristina) or Sophie Hunger (Mark) around Europe over the past couple of years.Geographically, they create Montreal-music in Berlin. Musically, they compose songs better suited to late-night inner city bike rides and shy dancers. Lyrically, they write recycled tone poems that harness the thoughts of the perpetually bemused and the intensity of soft earthquakes. Kliffs areseasoned and skilled musicians and have acquired the craft of joining their instruments and their voices together to form a delicate balance in their songs. Koropecki’s classical music training and her boundless curiosity for all new sounds perfectly compliment Bérubé’s reverence of time-honoured song-craft where lyrics take centre-staged to Berlin, Germanyin 2014. After a brief hiatus for other projects, the two teamed up again in 2018 as a duo under their new name KLIFFS and released their first album Temporary Cures iKLIFFS will release their new album in the fall of 2022Kliffs is the Berlin-based duo of two Canadians: Mark Bérubé (guitar, keys, voice) and Kristina Koropecki (cello,synths, voice). The two met twelve years ago in an improvised Montréal rehearsal space when Kristina joined Mark’s solo project. The two toured together with Mark’s band numerous times across Canada and Europe, and eventually re-located to Berlin, Germanyin 2014. After a brief hiatus for other projects, the two teamed up again in 2018 as a duo under their new name KLIFFS and released their first album Temporary Cures in November, 2019.You might have already seen them playing in the bands of Agnes Obel (Kristina) or Sophie Hunger (Mark) around Europe over the past couple of years.Geographically, they create Montreal-music in Berlin. Musically, they compose songs better suited to late-night inner city bike rides and shy dancers. Lyrically, they write recycled tone poems that harness the thoughts of the perpetually bemused and the intensity of soft earthquakes. Kliffs areseasoned and skilled musicians and have acquired the craft of joining their instruments and their voices together to form a delicate balance in their songs. Koropecki’s classical music training and her boundless curiosity for all new sounds perfectly compliment Bérubé’s reverence of time-honoured song-craft where lyrics take centre-stagen NovemKLIFFS will release their new album in the fall of 2022Kliffs is the Berlin-based duo of two Canadians: Mark Bérubé (guitar, keys, voice) and Kristina Koropecki (cello,synths, voice). The two met twelve years ago in an improvised Montréal rehearsal space when Kristina joined Mark’s solo project. The two toured together with Mark’s band numerous times across Canada and Europe, and eventually re-located to Berlin, Germanyin 2014. After a brief hiatus for other projects, the two teamed up again in 2018 as a duo under their new name KLIFFS and released their first album Temporary Cures in November, 2019.You might have already seen them playing in the bands of Agnes Obel (Kristina) or Sophie Hunger (Mark) around Europe over the past couple of years.Geographically, they create Montreal-music in Berlin. Musically, they compose songs better suited to late-night inner city bike rides and shy dancers. Lyrically, they write recycled tone poems that harness the thoughts of the perpetually bemused and the intensity of soft earthquakes. Kliffs areseasoned and skilled musicians and have acquired the craft of joining their instruments and their voices together to form a delicate balance in their songs. Koropecki’s classical music training and her boundless curiosity for all new sounds perfectly compliment Bérubé’s reverence of time-honoured song-craft where lyrics take centre-stageber, 2019.You might have already seen them playing in the bands of Agnes Obel (Kristina) or Sophie Hunger (Mark) around Europe over the past couple of years.Geographically, they create Montreal-music in Berlin. Musically, they compose songs better suited to late-night inner city bike rides and shy dancers. Lyrically, they write recycled tone poems that harness the thoughts of the perpetually bemused and the intensity of soft earthquakes. Kliffs areseasoned and skilled musicians and have acquired the craft of joining their instruments and their voices together to form a delicate balance in their songs. Koropecki’s classical music training and her boundless curiosity for all new sounds perfectly compliment Bérubé’s reverence of time-honoured song-craft where lyrics take centre-stage

Venue Details

The Dream Café

67 Front Street
Penticton, British Columbia V2A1H2 The Dream Café
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Doors and Kitchen Open at 6pm - unless otherwise stated

Shows start at 8pm. 

 


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