A mini-concert in the newly refurbished Alexander Park Pavilion Tea Hive Cafe. Local ladies, Paula Darwish, Serpil Kılıç and Debbie Busby, with a warming selection of Turkish and Kurdish folk music guaranteed to bring the sunshine to winter. The concert is in support of 2 South Manchester food banks, Barakah Foods and Mad Dogs, which are located in the Whalley Range/Chorlton area. Both are run and supported by local people, with help from some Manchester businesses. Sunday 20th December 2.30-4pm Minimum Donation: £5 Alexander Park Pavilion Cafe, Alexander Park, Whalley Range, M16 7PL Poster
A rich mix of global music and politics. Flyer below with more details.
Dear friends, Our next UK concert will be next weekend in Hebden Bridge at the Great Folk/Roots Picnic. We will be performing at 4.30 pm at the beautiful Wainsgate Chapel. Live music starts at around 1pm and there is more information below. I am sure it will be a great day and I hope to see some of you there. Best wishes, Paula The Great Folk/Roots Picnic starts at 1pm and finishes around 6pm. Day passes costing £20/£15 and tickets for individual concerts (£9/£7) are available from the box office at Hebden Bridge Town Hall, and on line via www.hebdenbridgeartsfestival.co.uk andwww.wainsgate.co.uk. Children
30th January Rotterdam with Tara Jaff and Emir Erdoğan.
BENEFIZKONZERT für SENGAL 03.10.2014 Freitag Universität Hamburg Von-Melle-Park 8, 20146 Hamburg (Der Hörsaal des Fachbereichs Erziehungswissenschaft) Paula Darwish, Sakina &Trio Mara, Mehmet Akbas,Rosna, Ciwan Tengezar/Adar, Adirjam, Aşır Özek, Hasan Zeydan. Modalist-İnci Hakbilen(5 tane Kürt Kiyafetini bagis olarak açik artırıma sunacak.)
Prompted by recent events and the terrible plight of people in Sinjan, I think this is a good article that rightly captures the true spirit and history of the Middle East. The Peacock Angel