Nadah El Shazly with Sarah Pagé + Khôra

Concert , Performance

Egyptian vocalist & producer Nadah El Shazly returns to Toronto in duo with harpist Sarah Pagé. Supported by experimental electronic musician Khôra celebrating their LP release and Finno-Baltic neofolk duo Honeypaw.

El Shazly (Land of Kush) mixes seeds of traditional Egyptian music with contemporary electronic & synthesized sounds. Playing with improvised forms she builds songs full of airy mystery and languid rhythms. Khôra’s new LP “Gestures of Perception” out on Marionette sees him build a complex web of electro-acoustic rhythms that grow and mutate as sonic tidbits sway in the aural ether. An immersive organic meditation on electronic sound. Honeypaw combines ancient folk traditions with modern rhythmic sensibilities. They give these methodical mantras a new home amongst the spectral slowness of their traditional string instruments.

Curated by Tad Michalak
Co-presented with Small World Music


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