Space is the Place: An east west music dialogue
Saturday 15 June 2019, 7:30 pm

The Boghossian Foundation introduces Lagrange Points, an organisation that allows Arabic culture to enter into dialogue with Western culture and connects both cultures and people through music, books and art. A cultural exchange in all openness and with respect for diversity.

Space is the Place: An east-west music dialogue brings together different musical cultures in a unique musical project. The Syrian singer and percussionist Khaled Alfahez from Aleppo, integrates the Sufi tradition in his musical work. He enters into a dialogue with the Dutch singer and improviser Sanne Rambags, the Dutch guitarist Bram Stadhouders and the Belgian bassist and composer Nathan Wouters. Bram and Nathan create their own electronic and jazzy space, leaving room for the cultural influences of the singers. Khaled and Sanne take the audience to another space, inspired by old Dutch poetry and the Sufi tradition of Aleppo.

An introduction to original compositions and a unique musical experience, thanks to the dialogue between east and west.

Voice and percussion: Khaled Alhafiz (Syria)
Voice: Sanne Rambags (the Netherlands)
Guitar: Bram Stadhouders (the Netherlands)
Double bass and electronics: Nathan Wouters (Belgium)

Practical information

BOGHOSSIAN FOUNDATION – VILLA EMPAIN
Centre for art and dialogue between Eastern and Western cultures
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 67
1050 Bruxelles`

Reservations
Buy your ticket online here

Prices
20€
18€ for Members of the Circle of the Villa
12€ for students up to 26 years

An initiative of Lagrange Points

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