Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld
"Living diversity" if anyone knows the meaning of this term, it's Wilhelmine. Growing up in a squat in Berlin-Kreuzberg, she experienced a wide variety of lifestyles from an early age: "I think that made me open and brave to get in touch with people. And relatively early put the idea in my head: no matter who and what I want to be one day: I can be it."
In her songs so far she has shown a lot of courage: she made her coming out the subject of her very first single "meine Liebe", in "Du" alcohol addiction in the closest family circle and in "solange du dich bewegst" the step towards self-love, in short: she has "shone a spotlight in all directions and looked at what is really behind things", as she commented on the occasion of her debut EP "komm wie du bist" (2020).
The queer program content of c/o pop is supported by: Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft Lesben in NRW, Queeres Netzwerk NRW and the Ministry for Children, Youth, Family, Equality, Flight and Integration of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Wilhelmine's concert will take place as part of the c/o pop festival in Cologne on April 30.
The concert is part of the funding project "c/o pop 2023 musichubgermany" and is supported by the Initiative Musik gemeinnützige Projektgesellschaft GmbH with project funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.