A special night of world music at the Courthouse with two special performances…
“Ambient, Hypnotic and Timeless. Moonta Street create a retro music that spans continents but is uniquely Australian. Celebrating the influences of Traditional Chinese music, classical, rock, folk and lashing of Blues and Reggae.” AusAsia Festival.
Featuring master musician Zhao Liang on Chinese Harp (Guzheng)
Zuhir Naji arrived in Adelaide two years ago and plays the Arabic music and songs of his native Syria. He is now a much sought after musician for events and concerts by his own community and in the world music scene here in SA. Accompanied by Saleh Al Mansori formerly a percussionist in the Kuwaiti Arab Orchestra.
The Courthouse brings the world to the Clare Valley in a special night of celebration.
Unpredictable & delightful, Abraska creates a unique musical blend that comes from the sound of travel and the merging of different cultures, rhythms & people. Incorporating horns, guitar, bass and drums, Abraska’s style ranges from lyrical Caribbean dance tunes to soaring narrative ballads bedded deep in New Orleans gospel brass and harmonium music with crystal vocals sparkling above. Drawing on a whole world of inspiration they create a new sound pulsing with vibrancy and vitality.
Wrapping their lyrics in global beats Abraska create something new, shimmering with luscious, tuneful appeal.
Adam Page and SaSamba
Composer, performer and all-round musical wizard Adam Page joins forces with Adelaide community percussion ensemble SaSamba for this new genre-mashing collaboration that is sure to explore completely new musical territories.
Tradition meets modern in this new work commissioned by Nexus Arts, with Adam creating compositions utilising the unique samba instrumentation in unconventional ways and stretching the boundaries of samba percussion ensemble music in an immersive and explosive performance style.
Expect batucada, bass, brass and boom-bap beats! Together with a full band featuring some of Adelaide’s finest musicians, this will be a night of music you’re guaranteed to have never experienced before.https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/saude-tickets-40345169488
Bob Pippan presents
Five SA guitar Greats on one bill !
See poster for details
Farhan Shah & Brothers Qawwali Concert
Experience one of the most exciting devotional musical traditions of Qawwali, the mystical form of Sufi music played from the Middle East through to many parts of India and South Asia. Featuring the phenomenal vocals of Farhan Shah formerly from Karachi with a formidable group of accompanying musicians and singers including powerhouse tabla player Chetan Ramlu from Wellington New Zealand, Melbourne’s Ravi Madhawan on harmonium, Kuldeep Bains and Ram Laal vocalists (Sydney) as well as Adelaide world music performer Keith Preston on Kashmir Santoor.
The group continues to carry on the ancient wisdom of Sufi Qawwali in their music, a wisdom that is not only heard, but is profoundly felt. They embody a universal message of devotion and tolerance that is crucial to our time.
Farhan Shah has performed throughout Pakistan as well as Canada, Dubai, New Zealand, Portugal and Australia
A Chai café for light food will be available in the venue from 6.30pm
Because Of Her, We Can
Doors open: 7:00pm
Start time: 7:00pm
Finish time: 10:00pm
Venue: Tandanya Cultural Institute 253 Grenfell St, Adelaide
Buy Tickets: http://www.nancybates.com/music/
On the opening night of the Umbrella Festival, join us in honouring the stories of South Australia’s finest Aboriginal Song Women, and Story-Tellers. An evening of deep-dived words, and presentations of prose, spoke word, and deep-felt acoustic sounds.
Come share in celebrating this year’s NAIDOC week theme, ‘Because of Her We Can’.
Jessica Wishart, Gemma Theatre, Vonda Last
Alexis West, Celestine Rowe
The gardens of Coriole transform into a Russian
wonderland. New Coriole wines released including small batch Sauvignon
blanc and Rose, plus a Russian inspired winter feast cooked by the
Coriole Kitchen. Enjoy the magic of winter; stay cozy fireside, have a
dance to Golonka or explore the grounds to discover and taste an array
of Russian fare.
Beef porozki with green leaf Russian salad
Chicken pozharsky with onion and caraway relish and potatoes dressed
in sour cream and dill
Potato, woodside chevre and herb knish with onion and caraway relish
and green leaf Russian salad
Borscht with sour cream and dill Verde
Chips and Russian Mayo
Coriole wines available as well as Vale Ale and Vale Lager.
Located on the terrace
We will be mixing up Black Russians and Moscow Mules using 23rd Street
Plus we will be offering a range of Coriole new release wines,
including crowd favourite 2018 Rose.
Golonka playing sweet gypsy music on the main stage
Jonny BoBo, Jesse Francis and DJ Es’Ay on the terrace
Russian folk performers
Free kids face painting
Monday 11 June – Free Entry 10am-5pm
Golonka + The Skanky Hoedown – Good Beer Wheaty
Golonka – Making beautiful music with a wild gypsy heart.
Their songs speak of the stars and the moon, of pussycats and preachers, of love and death, and their live shows are sweet, menacing and danceable in equal doses!
With special guests – without Quincy and Belinda.
The Skanky Hoedown – Ska Country Jazz Original – infamous Wheaty regulars last decade – reunited and expanded to support their friends and doppelgangers in Golonka.
Globo Music brings together a special event to Adelaide audiences