BRODU is a Maltese alternative band formed in 2011. The band was set up to record an album with songs composed by Mark Abela and the late Darren Gatt, which they released in 2014. Brodu sing in Maltese and play rock music with influences from various musical genres.
TIWIZA is a secular Amazigh (Berber, North African nomad people) tradition, based on the notion of solidarity.
A great fusion full of percussion rhythms, chaâbi riffs and nomad desert blues, powerful arrangements and engaged lyrics... with rock 'n' roll spirit
TSUUMI SOUND SYSTEM are one of Finland’s most internationally notable modern folk music bands. Rooted in Nordic folk traditions, with their multi-award compositions, this eight-piece
instrumental ensemble has no problem with accommodating various influences together in a show of high intensity and delicate feeling.
The three brothers Elia, Basil and Osama, formed the Khoury Trio, now THE KHOURY PROJECT, in 2002. The Khoury Project's music is contemporary, combining identifiable Arabic forms with globalised rhythms. Although faithful to the great tradition of classical Arabic music, the Khourys have fused their music with many other genres including opera, flamenco, Celtic, Indian, and jazz.
BANDADRIATICA's music comes from the sea, conceived during the flat silence of dark nights or in the heat of burning daylight, on the bridge of a boat which has magically been the place where different cultures came to meet.
SONA JOBARTEH is the first female kora virtuoso to come from a West African griot family. Breaking away from tradition, she is a modern- day pioneer in an ancient, male-dominated hereditary tradition that has been exclusively handed down from father to son for the past seven centuries. She has modernised the presentation of kora music bringing a rhythmic edge to her compositions which are very up to date and fit her remarkable singing.
23 April 2017 - 24 April 2017
Quċċija (for ages 0 to 2)
Duration: 40 mins
Quċċija promises to appeal to you ...
28 April 2017 - 09 May 2017
International Spring Orchestra Festival
Hop!Trio and the RitmiKA Percussion combo