Caravan World Rhythms

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    KOBO TOWN – Live in Vancouver

    Tuesday, April 16
    Wise Hall, 1882 Adanac St.

    From their home in Toronto, the JUNO-winning group has brought their distinct calypso-inspired sound to audiences across the world, from Port-of-Spain to Paris and from Montreal to Malaysia.

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    KOBO TOWN – Live in Victoria

    Sunday, April 14
    Victoria Event Centre, 1415 Broad St.

    From their home in Toronto, the JUNO-winning group has brought their distinct calypso-inspired sound to audiences across the world, from Port-of-Spain to Paris and from Montreal to Malaysia. At once brooding and joyous, intensely poetic and highly danceable!

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    Dálava

    Saturday, March 30
    Hermann's Jazz Club

    Dálava is an homage to traditional Moravian (Czech) folksong, sourcing melodies rooted in the past and transcribed over 100 years ago by the group’s singer Julia Ulehla’s great-grandfather. The ensemble brilliantly re-animates the songs in an extremely stirring, avant-garde, post-rock musical language.

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    ZIMBAMOTO & MARAFANI

    Saturday, March 16

    Victoria Event Centre 1415 Broad St.

    Mixing the traditional music of Zimbabwe with electric grooves and heavy beats, Zimbamoto creates a hypnotic sound that is uniquely built for the dance floor, evoking the village as well as the urban street party.

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    Moody Amiri – Victoria Show

    Saturday, February 2
    Church of Truth 111 Superior St.

    Inspired by the diversity and fluidity between their respective Persian and western classical and jazz training, Amiri and Moody have created an engaging and distinctive sound fusing elements of traditional Persian music with jazz, classical, Indian, and modern spiritual styles.

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    MOODY AMIRI – Vancouver Show

    Friday, February 1
    Western Front 303 8th Ave. East

    Inspired by the diversity and fluidity between their respective Persian and western classical and jazz training, Amiri and Moody have created an engaging and distinctive sound fusing elements of traditional Persian music with jazz, classical, Indian, and modern spiritual styles.

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    Montreal Guitar Trio

    Tuesday, January 29
    Charlie White Theatre, Mary Winspear Centre

    Described by the CBC as the “hottest” guitar ensemble in Canada, MG3 has quickly established itself as a force to be reckoned with, as well as an interactive force in various musical forms. For over 20 years, the trio’s virtuosity, rigour, creativity and impressive stage presence – where humour and interacting with the public go hand in hand – have been winning over audiences around the world.

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    ITAMAR EREZ TRIO – with Francois Houle & Hamin Honari

    Friday, November 30
    Hermann's Jazz Club 753 View St., Victoria

    The Itamar Erez trio includes Itamar Erez (Piano & Guitar), Francois Houle (clarinet) & Hamin Honari (percussion), who are all invaluable and unique contributors to the Canadian and International world & jazz music scene. Weaving together a complex array of sonorities, influences and styles, they turn their empathic playing into a kaleidoscopic, virtuosic, and infectiously uplifting music.

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    TABLE SONGS FESTIVAL

    November 16 and 17
    Russian Hall, 600 Campbell St.

    Inspired by “Supra”, the Georgian tradition of gathering around a feast table and participating in folk songs, music, and dance, we will bring this experience to Vancouver showcasing four cultures’ different ways of celebrating life.

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    SHAHRAM & HAFEZ NAZERI: Rumi Symphony – A New Chapter

    Sunday, October 28
    Orpheum Theatre 601 Smithe St., Vancouver

    Two of Iran’s most celebrated musical artists return to Vancouver after a four-year absence. Legendary singer Shahram Nazeri and his son, composer Hafez Nazeri will showcase new works and beloved classics.

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    SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR

    Saturday, October 20
    Orpheum Theatre 601 Smithe St.

    The spectacular two-time Grammy winners, the SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR returns to North America in 2018 with Songs of the Free, a very special program celebrating the centenary of the birth of the father of their rainbow Nation, Nelson Mandela

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    A World of Rhythm: Trichy Sankaran & Friends

    Saturday, September 22
    Roundhouse Performance Centre 181 Roundhouse Mews, Yaletown

    World-renowned percussion virtuoso Trichy Sankaran joins forces with world-jazz ensemble The Offering of Curtis Andrews and special guests Vidyasagar Vankayala (South Indian vocal) and Kaushik Sivaramakrishnan (South Indian violin). The repertoire will be mix of original compositions and arrangements of pieces from the South Indian classical repertoire

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    FIN DE FIESTA FLAMENCO presents “SALVAJE”

    Friday, August 24
    Roundhouse Performance Centre Pacific @ Davie (Yaletown)

    Fin de Fiesta presents their latest fiery flamenco production, “Salvaje”. Guest dancer Andrea Williams will present an opening contemporary flamenco solo dance piece.

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    FIN DE FIESTA FLAMENCO- “SALVAJE” – Victoria

    Thursday, August 16
    Hermann's Jazz Club 753 View St., Victoria

    “Intense, passionate, emotional.” – The London Free Press Direct from Spain – Fin de Fiesta Flamenco dance and music ensemble presents SALVAJE, an untamed new production that explores the wild, unrestrained side of one of the world’s most passionate and intense art forms: flamenco. SALVAJE, means “wild,” and pays homage to flamenco’s rough-and-tumble origins. The searing vocals […]

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    KLEZMERFEST: Oktopus & Debaucherauntes

    August 11
    The Wise Hall 1882 Adanac St.

    Join us for this festive evening of Klezmer-infused music and you will be whisked away on a vibrant journey, following the trail of the klezmorim across Europe, then eastward to the moving sands and sounds of the Maghreb, and as far east as the Urals, where its soulful renditions of the oral traditions of the Balkans echo the tears of the dispossessed.

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