Be it fake news, conspiracy theories or lies from public figures, the news keeps reminding us that these distortions of reality are now part of our daily life.
Tété’s new album comes as a reverse question to this unforeseen present: “How can one be sure about one’s perception?”
Hence the “Fauthentique” concept, the expression being French for “falsely authentic”. The recording comes across as a sort of melodic make-believe odyssey, built upon organic programming. Falsely naive. Falsely acoustic. Fauthentique.
Tété released his first album in 2001 and by the arrival of his third album in 2006, he had achieved huge success in France was seen touring Japan, UK, the US, Canada and Australia.
Tété’s never stopped since then – touring and songwriting for himself and others or hosting TV shows such as “Tété ou Dédé” with André Manoukian – which took the duet throughout the world to interview musicians on behalf of French national TV – or acting in film and TV roles.
Tété is very excited to be returning to Australia to share these 12 new songs from “Fauthentique”, along with classic tunes from across his career.
And the press said….
“If you like pop sensibilities with lyrical depth, Tété should definitely be on your radar.” Soultrain
“Tété ought to be crowned France’s folk king.” Paste Magazine
“Both anthemic and melodic….whether you understand the lyrics or not.” Music Express Canada
Trinity Sessions is a fully seated concert venue and is General Admission. The venue bar will open at 4pm. The doors to the concert space will open at 4.30pm. The concert will commence at 5pm.
Trinity Sessions is a cash only venue. Trinity Sessions does not sell water in plastic bottles. Water is available and you are requested to bring your own bottles. However, glasses will be available.
Parking is available on site and at the Medical Centre across the road.
Cheese platters (pre-order available) and nibbles available.
Lots of accordions doing music from everywhere… Paradise surely….
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For the first time ever, Adelaide people will be able to hear, live in concert, excerpts from the Uyghur traditional music of the Muqam. Recognised by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, the Uyghur Muqam includes song, dance, folk and classical music expressive of the ancient culture and Sufi influenced music of the Silk Road. Shöhrat Tursun and his Australian Uyghur Muqam Ensemble will bring the 1000-year-old sounds of the Uyghur people to Adelaide in this historic performance.
Saturday 23rd November
Time : 2.00 pm
Venue : Dulwich Community Centre
Cost : $20 & $15 con
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Areti Boyaci | Director | Flamenco Dance Areti
Odeon Theatre & Norwood Ballet Centre 111 Kensington Rd, Norwood SA 5067, Australia
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Master Australian-African Drummer Bortier from Ghana
with a single release tour with his band. Trad and Contemporary African fusion music
150th anniversary of the birth of Komitas Vardapet, founder of the Armenian ethnomusicology & composition school.Featuring Berberyan Ensemble and Stephen van der Hoek.Berberyan Ensemble is a group of Adelaide based string musicians from an Armenian background led by the violinist Minas Berberyan.Stephen is well-known in Adelaide as a pianist and organist, the 2008 winner of the Adelaide Eisteddfod Piano Concerto competition & is currently principal organist at Bethlehem Lutheran Church.On Sunday 17 November 2019 at 3:00pmLOCATIONBethlehem Lutheran Church170 Flinders Street, Adelaide , SA 5000
You had better believe it – the Dimitria Festival is back in 2019 bigger and better than ever.
The Pan Macedonian Federation of South Australia is proud to present this 2-day celebration of of northern Greek, Macedonian culture and heritage – celebrating its 41st year the festival has been reinvigorated and reimagined, bringing you an exciting offering of authentic Greek food, music and drink.
Stay tuned in the coming weeks as we begin to tell you all about what to expect at this year’s jam-packed festival.
This weekend of celebration in the sunshine enjoying the tastes of Greece is not to be missed!
Parking is FREE and available on site – enter from Ashwin Parade, directly across from the Brickworks.
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!
Join us for a special event,,
Tenzin Choegyal is a Tibetan artist, composer, activist, musical director and cultural ambassador. Born to a family of Tibetan nomads, Tenzin Choegyal proudly continues the unbroken nomadic lineage which is central to his musical repertoire. His musical collaborations with classical string ensembles and African, Indian, indigenous Australian and Mongolian musicians, resulting in many innovative and evocative performances.
While it is vital to keep these Tibetan musical traditions alive, Tenzin also believes an even more precious legacy is that of Tibetan warm-heartedness, as personified by Tibet’s spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Over the years, he has enjoyed a successful international career as a musician, playing at such prestigious events as WOMAD and for Tibet House at Carnegie Hall, New YorkIn 2008 Tenzin founded the annual Festival of Tibet in Brisbane, Australia, which showcases Tibetan culture. Through his music and cultural activities such as the Brisbane Festival of Tibet, Himalayan Film Festival and Women with Wisdom concert series (Sydney Opera House, Federation Square) Tenzin shares the Tibetan story of what it really means in being human though his art.
In addition to his solo performances, Tenzin is an avid collaborator with musicians from diverse cultures, traditions and genres. With his world music band Tibet2Timbuk2, classical western (with Camerata -Chamber Orchestra), contemporary (with Philip Glass), Michael Askill and ancient traditional (with didgeridoo master William Barton), Tenzin has released six independent albums and recently collaborated with Philip Glass on the score for the film ‘The Last Dalai Lama?’. With Laurie Anderson, Tenzin is now working on an interpretation of the Tibetan Book of the Dead to be release by the Smithsonian Institution in 2019.
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