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Africa Oyé Announces Headliners for 2019 festival
 
The Garifuna Collective from Belize and celebrated reggae artist Horace Andy will headline the 27th annual Africa Oyé festival this summer in the UK. Africa Oyé will take place June 22 and 23, 2019 in Liverpool’s Sefton Park.  The festival celebrates the music and culture of Africa and the Diaspora with two free days of … Continue reading Africa Oyé Announces Headliners for 2019 festival

Masterful and Reverent Vietnamese Zither
 
Tri Nguyen – The Art of the Vietnamese Zither (ARC Music, 2019) Okay, I know what you’re thinking. You see the title The Art of the Vietnamese Zither and I can hear the huff of your sighs and feel you rolling your eyes from here. Perhaps you are imagining a rather spare, academic exploration of … Continue reading Masterful and Reverent Vietnamese Zither

World Music Inspired by Buddhist Philosophy
 
The Buddhist Monks Sakya Tashi Ling – My Spirit Flies to You (Fundacion Prevain, 2006) This is an ambitious world music album inspired by the Buddhist philosophy and musical chanting of Sakya Tashi Ling, a monastery belonging to one of four Buddhist schools from Tibet, the Sakyapa tradition. They later set up the first Buddhist … Continue reading World Music Inspired by Buddhist Philosophy

Alluring Musical Journey to the Middle East
 
Various Artists – Journey to the Middle East (ARC Music, 2019) Everyone knows that the tin with an assortment of cookies is just so much better than the tins with just a single kind of cookie. It’s just so much better to sample one’s way through dark chocolate covered cookies, white chocolate wafers, shortbread squares, … Continue reading Alluring Musical Journey to the Middle East

Elegant and Graceful Piano Tango
 
Hakon Skogstad – Two Hands To Tango (Avantango Records, 2018) Norwegian musician Hakon Skogstad delivers an exquisite interpretation of tango through the prism of the piano, combining tango, jazz and classical music elements. Skogstad extracts the passion, romance and longing feelings of tango with ease. The material includes eight tango classics, as well as two … Continue reading Elegant and Graceful Piano Tango

Ravi Shankar?s Vision of Peace
 
Pandit Ravi Shankar – Vision of Peace (Deutsche Grammophon/Universal, 2000) This double CD showcases some of Pandit Ravi Shankar?s international prowess. The first CD has Japanese-Indian collaborative tracks featuring Pandit Ravi Shankar on sitar and Ustad Alla Rakha on tabla, accompanied by Japanese musicians Susumu Miyashita and Hozan Yamamoto on flute and string instruments. Our … Continue reading Ravi Shankar?s Vision of Peace

Refugees for Refugees, Pooling Global Musical Talent
 
Refugees for Refugees – Amina (Muziekpublique, 2019) It’s become fairly standard to sum up a person’s life in a single moment. We catch a glimpse of the face as some person crosses a border, disembarks from a ship or jockeys for space in a refugee camp and we sum up that life. There are some … Continue reading Refugees for Refugees, Pooling Global Musical Talent

Sheila Chandra Out on Her Own
 
Sheila Chandra – Out on my own (Indipop, 1984, reissued by Narada//EMI in 2000) This is a slender album by today?s standards, with 10 tracks just stretching over 40 minutes. But it is an important milestone in the musical path of Sheila Chandra, leading UK-based Indian-origin fusion artist from the 1980s. As the liner notes … Continue reading Sheila Chandra Out on Her Own

Shubbak Festival to present special tribute concert to the late Rim Banna
 
Shubbak Festival will return to London’s Barbican Hall on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 with a special tribute concert to the late Palestinian singer, songwriter and composer Rim Banna. The show will include musicians who knew her best as well as close peers in the Palestinian music scene. The performers include Lebanese visual artist and singer-songwriter … Continue reading Shubbak Festival to present special tribute concert to the late Rim Banna

Interview with Daymé Arocena
 
There?s a revolution happening on the music front in Cuba led by a visionary group of millennials that?s banging down post-Buena Vista Social Club doors with an intoxicating mix of Santeria/Afro-Cuban roots, jazz, hip-hop, soul and funk. In the vanguard of this new movement, alongside such as Roberto Fonseca, Danay Suarez and the project Havana … Continue reading Interview with Daymé Arocena

 
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