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Meditative Concert Series: Kevin Nathanial and Tomchess
May 11日, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm UTC+0$15
NYCのグローバル音楽シーンのパイオニアでマルチ演奏家の Kevin Nathaniel と Tomchess をお迎えして、アフリカやインド、中東の楽器による音やリズム、メロディーに身を委ね、心穏やかに騒音や雑念から心身を解放するひと時を提供いたします。
チケットは当日現金のみ $15、学生割引$10 (要ID)
Following the concert there will be an Opening Reception for the art exhibition by One Art One Spirit opening that day.
Kevin Nathaniel and Tomchess walk the border between music medicine and mysticism. Weaving a musical tapestry of the beautiful sounds of Mbira (African thumb piano), Oud (near eastern lute), Ney (sufi flute), and Morsing (Indian jaw harp), they lead their audience on a deep listening journey from the relaxing, healing, meditative and introspective to the celebratory pulse of dance. It’s music to heal planet Earth and all who inhabit her. See you in the garden!
About the Musicians
Kevin Nathaniel (mbira) is a pioneer of the world music scene and one of the first musicians to introduce New York audiences to the magical sound of the mbira. He is an internationally celebrated musician in the new age, meditation, percussion, and yoga worlds. Nathaniel composed and performed music for the film Beloved, the audio book of Alice Walker’s Possessing the Secret of Joy, Ali MacGraw’s Yoga Mind and Body, and countless other productions. He produces live music events weekly in New York City that encourage peace and global harmony. Nathaniel also serves as musician-in-residence at Omega Institute.
Tomchess (oud, ney, morsing) is a New York City–based multi-instrumentalist, improviser, and composer who has played and recorded with some of the most esteemed players in the improvisational scene (Dewey Redman, Butch Morris, Pharoah Sanders, Drew Gress, Ronald Shannon Jackson) as well as Moroccan sintarist Hassan Hakmoun. He has performed around the world and at New York City venues like Lincoln Center, the Turkish and Pakistani embassies, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the United Nations He has played on Grammy-nominated recordings and was awarded grants from the Turkish American Society and the Maryland Council for the Arts. In 2012 he was nominated for an Independent Music Award.