Koerner Hall Presents: Routes of Andalucia

Koerner Hall Presents The Routes of Andalucia

Family Concert Series, Royal Conservatory 2015-2016 Season, World Music, Jazz, Royal Conservatory Presents
Routes of Andalucia is Presented in association with Small World Music
DATE: Saturday, December 5, 2015 | TIME: 2:00 pm
PRICE: Starting at $25.00
| VENUE: Koerner Hall
BUY TICKETS ONLINE: tickets.rcmusic.ca

Follow Juno Award-winning trumpeter David Buchbinder, dynamic divas Roula Said and Tamar Ilana, and their crew of cross-cultural musicians on a journey into the magic musical realm of ancient Andalucia. Join in the participatory parade of music and dance from the place where Arabic, Jewish, and Gypsy cultures connect to each other and to the cross-cultural capital of 2015: Toronto!

A grown-up concert for people 6-13 years old, parents, and grandparents feature great music at a family-friendly afternoon time. Family Concerts are approximately 75 minutes with no intermission.

David Buchbinder, trumpet, fluegelhorn, alto horn & percussion
Roula Said, vocals, qanun & percussion
Tamar Ilana, vocals & flamenco dance
Peter Lutek, clarinet & saxophones
Demetri Petsalakis, oud & guitar
Justin Gray, acoustic bass & bass veena
Naghmeh Farahmand, percussion, darbuka & daf
Joaquín Núñez Hidalgo, percussion, congas, bongos, djembe & batá

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