Paula Darwish, Serpıl Kılıç and band. Turkish and Kurdish folk songs. Children welcome.
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
Some beautiful pics from the concert at Hebden Bridge World Music Festival earlier on this year taken by El Stadnik. El Stadnik Photography
Short clip from Manchester June 2015 – Paula Darwish Band with special guests Lou Armer, Mina Mikhail and Olivia Ward.
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
Serpil Kılıç and Paula Darwish @ se jinen azad, 2015, Theater Zuidplein, Rotterdam Malan barkır is a song about the tragic Dersim Massacre in Turkey in 1938. Ten of thousands of people were killed and new mass graves are still being discovered.