November 2017

 

ARAB SONG JAM goes Maghreb

Thursday 23.11.2017 Doors open 7:00 PM | Saal

Admission: free entry

Organizer: Werkstatt der Kulturen

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ARAB SONG JAM goes maghreb FEAT MOMO DJENDER

New interpretations of traditional and popular Arabic songs!


 

With "ARAB SONG JAM goes Maghreb" the WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN presents very special, traditional musical styles from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia as part of LA SAISON ARABE.

The Moroccan oud player and fusion musician Alaa Zouiten will bring new interpretations of both popular and traditional songs from the Maghreb region to the stage, at the WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN.

The new ARAB SONG JAM goes Maghreb concert series bases its format on the Black American jam session culture of the 1940s. The first set of the evening was presented by a regular trio or quartet, while the second set had musicians new to the city introduced by the band leader.

At this edition of "ARAB SONG JAM goes Maghreb" the Moroccan oud player, fusion musician and session leader Alaa Zouiten presents traditional and contemporary songs from Algeria, together with guitar virtuoso, singer, songwriter and producer Momo Djender.

Similar to the jazz jam sessions in all cities around the world being oriented towards The Real Book’s jazz standards, the new concert series ARAB SONG JAM goes Maghreb makes use of the rich treasures of the Maghreb song repertoire.

 

Line up:

Alaa Zouiten - Oud
Muhammad Ra'fat - Drums
Robert Gromotka - Double bass

 

Momo Djender - Special Guest


The ARAB SONG JAM concert series is a sub-project of the EU-financed project "The sound routes. Notes for getting closer" for the integration of refugees in Europe, that is being run by WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN in cooperation with its partner organisations in Belgium, Italy and Spain.

Entry to the ARAB SONG JAM is free of charge.

 


 

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