Previous speakers and artists

February 14, 2005 - February 16, 2005

'Bridges for peace - Views of a DJ'


Musician & DJ, Berlin

Keynote Speaker

Marusha is without exaggeration the world's most famous female DJ. Born in 1966 in Nuremberg, Germany, her amazing career began in 1991 in Berlin when she started her own TV programme for young people as well as her radio program 'Dancehall', now called 'Rave Satellite', which soon became one of the most popular DJ programs on German Radio. Marusha's 1994 single 'Somewhere over the rainbow' became her biggest hit ever, selling over half a million copies and ranking number three in the charts - never before had a techno track reached such a high rating. The follow-up single 'It takes me away' was a similar success, which earned her a Gold Record, and her debut album 'Raveland' is still one of the most popular dance albums of all times. Marusha's success story continues: She performes innumerable gigs at home and abroad at almost all trendsetting parties in the techno and house scene and was awarded two of Europe's most important awards, the VIVA Comet as 'Best Techno Act' and the Echo as 'Best Female National Artist'. Apart from this, Marusha was nominated 'Best Female Artist' at the MTV Award 95, and the release of new singles and albums including 'Deep', 'No Hide No Run', 'Snow in July' and 'Offbeat' followed.

Monday, February 14, 2005:

14:00 Dialogue with youth at Chulalongkorn University

Information & free tickets: Phone 02-218-3331-5, Fax 02-216-1299,

Tuesday, February 15, 2005:

11:00 Dialogue with youth at the NIST International School
(not a public event)

20:00 Evening talk and dialogue at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand

Information & tickets: Phone 02-652-0580-1, Fax 02-652-0582,

Wednesday, February 16, 2005:

22:00 Gig at Club Concept CM2 at Novotel Bangkok on Siam Square

Information and tickets: Phone 02-255-6888, Fax 02-658-4889,