Ehlers is a singer, songwriter, actress, playwright, director, facilitator, and poet. Her messages focus on making a difference in communities and the planet. For her performance, Ehlers said that the audience could expect nothing but the best from her. “I will be the first one to collaborate with a DJ. I have put a fun and festive show together that will take audiences off their couches and into a house party at my home. I am going all out in a vibe to make my audience dance and sing through their pain and realities," said Ehlers.
A Goethe-Institut Namibia initiative, in collaboration with Bank Windhoek, 'At Home with Goethe', hosts Facebook online streaming performances featuring acclaimed Namibian musicians. Each show includes an interactive question and answers session. The performances will be streamed live on the Goethe-Institut Namibia's Facebook page at 19h00 Central Africa Time.
“Thank you, Bank Windhoek, for your insight in doing 'At Home with Goethe'. I think any institution supporting the arts during COVID-19 is not only supporting the artist and their team but the community at large because we all use the arts to escape from the pressures of this pandemic," said Ehlers.
Bank Windhoek's Head of Corporate Social Investments (CSI), Sponsorship and Events, Bronwyn Moody, said that she is looking forward to Ehlers' captivating live performance this Friday in the company of her family at home.
Sponsored by Bank Windhoek, 'At Home with Goethe' will host its fourth instalment with Sean K and the Ell's on Friday, 8 May 2020.