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L'ASBL Mondocultures a été créée pour prendre en charge les événements culturels au Cercle des Voyageurs.
Après plusieurs années de programmation, le besoin s'est fait sentir d'avoir une véritable structure dédiée à la culture, en marge de la société qui gère le restaurant. Ainsi, Mondocultures veut promouvoir la culture sous toutes ses formes (conférences, concerts, projections, spectacles, festivals...) et toutes les cultures du monde.

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Informations pratiques

Prix: 10€/8€/5€*

Lieu: BIbliothèque

Autres infos:
Malabika Brahma : vocals
Sanjoy Khyapa : dubki, guitar, dotara
Emre Gültekin : vocals, saz

Baul Meets Saz (Inde/Turquie)

Jeudi 16 Mai 2019, 20:30

Singer and saz player Emre Gültekin was born in Belgium and learned music from his father, Lütfü Gültekin. His technique, fine play and deep voice have been recorded in many projects, including Gültekinler, Talipler, Blindnote and more recently, Vardan Hovanissian & Emre Gültekin and Guo Gan & Emre Gültekin. His repertoire focuses on the songs of the ık, bards of Anatolia who travel from village to village carrying their songs. Emre presents himself as a troubadour of modern times, equipped with his saz, the long-handled lute emblematic of Turkey.

A year ago, Emre met the Indian duo BrahmaKhyapa, an outstanding couple of traditional musicians, who perpetuates the tradition of Baul music. Malabika Brahma (vocals) and Sanjay Khyapa (dubkidotara)  fell immediately the possible connections between saz and Baul music.

Malabika Brahma (vocals) and Sanjay Khyapa (dabki, dotara) were born in Kolkata. Their love for music brought them together sixteen years ago. The Baul culture is rooted in Bengal (Eastern India), where musicians move from place to place and play a sacred repertoire encompassing Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, yoga and Tantra. Malabika sings centennial poems in his warm and subtle voice, supported by Sanjay, who plays the dubki (percussion) and the dotara (lute).

Indian Baul music and turkish Aşık music are both musical and spiritual : repertoires, similarities between the communities to which they belong, nomadic way of life, and echoes they found in their poetry. Thus was born the idea of ​​an album which is a tribute to the values shared by these two cultures. They call into question the meaning of borders, travel, wealth, wisdom and love.

Tickets : 8€ full / 6€ student / 5€ members*

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Informations pratiques

Prix: 10€/8€/5€*

Lieu: BIbliothèque

Autres infos:
Malabika Brahma : vocals
Sanjoy Khyapa : dubki, guitar, dotara
Emre Gültekin : vocals, saz

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