KOOCH (Persian meaning journey or migration):
An extrordinary music event celebrating the migration of Gypsy people around the globe.
Davood Tabrizi is an accomplished composer and performer from Iran. Trained in Western Classical and Persian Classical music, he has written, recorded and performed music extensively in Australia, Iran, Canada and the USA.
Tonight Davood brings together the most amazing world musicians in Australia –
Bobby Singh – tabla master; Aria award winner; disciple of Aneesh Pradhan; most sought after world musician
Kim Sanders – saxophone/wind instruments; studied Turkish Classical, Sufi, Gypsy and folk music
Metin Yilmaz – composer from Turkey; Kurdish master of kaval (trad flute)+ zorna; toured Middle East, Europe
Sukhi Singh – studied under Indian masters (Pandit Ashok Roy); recorded numerous classical/fusion albums
Boyd – clarinet/brass; composer/performer in theatre/film/radio; Sydney Con. graduate of Jazz Studies course
Mustafa Karami – Persian born daf and oud player & vocalist; best daf player award (Iran 2005,’06,’07)
Damian Wright – flamenco guitarist; studied extensively in Spain; founded Sydney-based ‘Bandaluzia’
Zoe Velez – flamenco singer and dancer; performed with several Australian flamenco ensembles
Jrisi Jusakos – Middle Eastern belly dancer; studied oriental belly dancing, flamenco and classical Indian dance
What the audience thought of ‘Kooch’:
“The music was truly magical” Anna
“…a combination of the best musicians – I’ve never seen anything like it!” Leo
“This is the best Cafe Carnivale concert ever” Lisa
75 Enmore Road
Info & Bookings: http://noteslive.net.au (02) 9557 5111
Sat Oct 8th. Doors open and dinner 7, music starts 8.45.