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Where the Ancient meets the Modern

Adam Maalouf Ensemble

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Sunday, August 27 at 7:00 pm — At The Center for Jewish History
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As a specialist in pantam (handpan), cello, & percussion from around the world, Adam’s unique interpretation of World Music is channeled through genre-bending compositions for solo and ensembles.

Adam Maalouf and Future Tribe — An evening of Handpan music with Adam Maalouf. Where the Ancient Meets the Modern
August 27th at 7 pm.

Part of the American Sephardi Music Festival.

Center for Jewish History
15 w 16th St
New York NY 10011

 

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As a specialist in pantam (handpan), cello, & percussion from around the world, Adam’s unique interpretation of World Music is channeled through genre-bending compositions for solo and ensembles.

“Future Tribe” is an ensemble of global instrumentalists that take listeners somewhere new. The Tribe’s music is found where the modern meets the ancient, where the Pantam (or handpan) meets ancient or traditional styles of music from around the globe. Pantam is the name of the “flying saucer” instrument invented in year 2000, and the word stems from the combination of the Pan from Trinidad, and the Ghatam (clay pot drum) from South India. Maalouf’s music is presented with a range of traditional musicians playing Indian Tabla, Arabic Vocal, Bansuri Flute, Middle Eastern Percussion, Guitar, Trumpet, Turkish Oud and Nay.