Tanin-e Melbourne - Wesley Anne - 26 Sept 2013

Every year, Melbourne’s thriving music community comes together to celebrate music in all its forms at the Darebin Music Feast. This rich and diverse collection of musical events of all genres is built on the philosophy that music brings people together. It is a joyous means of engaging and uniting the community. As part of this years Feast Gelareh Pour and Anatman will grace the stage at The Wesley Anne with beautiful and melodic sounds from around the world.

Gelareh Pour's Tanin-e Melbourne...
Gelareh presents her soothing and hypnotic group Tanin-e Melbourne as seen at this years Festival of Slow Music. Playing acoustic versions of tracks from her debut album of the same name, Tanin-e Melbourne create beautiful rhythms and haunting sounds where east meets west and becomes as one. Fronted by Gelareh Pour's angelic voice and Kamancheh (spiked fiddle), this performance will feature Adam Simmons on Shakuhachi/Bass Clarinet, Brian O'Dwyer on Percussion and Ashkhan Shafeie on Guitar.

Anatman play folky, yet experimental music incorporating tabla, classical guitar, melodica, glockenspiel and the looping of these and various other instruments. Without knowing where the inspiration comes from, or where the music is going, Anatman is on a comprehensive search to find their sound, with the sincere hope that they will never find it.

Doors: 7:30

Anatman: 8:30

Gelareh Pour's Tanin-e Melbourne: 10

Cost: $10
Bookings: http://musicfeast.com.au/2013-program/local-venue-shows/anatman-gelareh-pours-tanin-e-melbourne/






(forwarded from Anatman Jones)