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De Kaboul à Bamako "Sowal Diabi"

Hessam Dasthi
Afghanistan / Mali / Iran

Inspired by an imaginary road "from Kabul to Bamako" of which neither the history books nor the collections of stories have kept any trace, but which symbolizes a community of destinies marked by exile, have gathered, under the leadership of Saïd Assadi, singers and musicians who have known exile: the Malian singer Mamani Keita, the Iranian singer and violinist Aïda Nosrat, the Iranian tar player Sogol Mirzaei, the Turkish singer, of Kurdish origin , Ruşan Filiztek, the singer and Afghan tabla player Siar Hashimi and the French musicians of the group Arat Kilo: Fabien Girard (electric guitar), Michaël Havard (saxophones), Aristide Goncalves (keyboard, trumpet), Gérald Bonnegrace (percussions), Samuel Hirsch (electric bass) and Florent Berteau (drums).

Their transcultural creation is conceived as a cultural and musical dialogue between their different aesthetics, SOWAL meaning "question" in Persian, one of the languages spoken in Afghanistan and DIABI "answer" in Bambara, one of the languages spoken in Mali.

Next dates
  • 18 feb.
    20h00 Le Trianon - Paris (FR) [+]

    Festival Au Fil des Voix
    80 Blvd Marguerite de Rochechouart, 75018 Paris
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