Concert Trancestral

Rencontre des musiques autochtone et soufi Le concert Transcestral 2020, rencontre renouvelée des musiques autochtone et soufie. Transcestral puise aux traditions chorégraphiques et musicales de l’art sacré, d’ici et d’ailleurs. Oktoecho s’associe à la chanteuse metis Moe Clark, à la poétesse innue Josephine Bacon, à la chanteuse de gorge inuite Nina Segalowitz, aux Buffalo Hat Singers, a Khalil Moqadem (chant et oud), aux danseuses Barbara Diabo et Tanya Evanson , avec d’autres musiciens, tous unis sous la houlette de la cheffe et compositrice Katia Makdissi-Warren.

Publié par Présence autochtone / First Peoples Festival sur Vendredi 7 août 2020

Trancestral

Soufi and Native musical gathering

The concert Transcestral 2020, a renewed encounter between Indigenous and Sufi music. Transcestral drawing from the choreographic and musical traditions of sacred art, from here and elsewhere. Oktoecho brings together Metis singer Moe Clark, Innu poet Josephine Bacon, Inuit throat singer Nina Segalowitz, the Buffalo Hat Singers, Khalil Moqadem (vocals and oud), dancers Barbara Diabo and Tanya Evanson as well as other musicians, all under the leadership of conductor and composer Katia Makdissi-Warren.

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