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Duration 70 min.
Booth 199
08 November 2022 at 18:00 Place des Arts — Théâtre Maisonneuve
Artistic Direction: Katia Makdissi-Warren, OktoEcho
Canada (Québec) A true hymn to life, the 24 artists of Transcestral express the common and perpetual quest for harmony between man and nature, inspired by the music and sacred dances of sufi and indigenous traditions in Canada. Joining composer and artistic director Katia Makdissi-Warren are Métis singer Moe Clark, inuit throat singer Nina Sgalowitz, Sufi singer Anouar Barrada, pow wow singers Buffalo Hat Singers (Norman Achneepineskum), dervish dancer Adam Berrada, Mohawk dancer Barbara Diabo and remarkable musicians including Didem Basar (kanun), Bertil Schulrabe (percussion) and Ziad Chbat (nay). Inuit throat singing Nina Segalowitz Sufi singing Anouar Berrada Métis singing Moe Clark Pow-wow Buffalo Hat Singers (Norman Achneepineskum) Mohawk dance Barbara Diabo Dervish dance Adam Berrada Oud and artistic direction Katia Makdissi-Warren Oud and voice Khall Moqadem Qanun Didem Basar Nay Ziad Chbat Drums Bertil Schulrabe Percussion and voice Mohamed Raky, Phyras Haddad Piano and voice Yoël Diaz Bass and double bass Morgan Moore
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