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NAJWA
Powered by Stichting Morgenland Amsterdam

NAJWA
Powered by Stichting Morgenland Amsterdam

NAJWA
Powered by Stichting Morgenland Amsterdam

Sat, 25 November 2017 | 20:00 hour

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Sat, 25 November 2017 | 20:00 hour

Door tickets: € 15.00
Presale: € 13.00
Students (upon presentation of college ID): € 6.00

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NAJWA: a great group of 8 young, highly talented musicians who met during Morgenland Festival Amsterdam 2016. Since then, they continued composing and playing together under the artistic guidance of ud maestro and composer Nizar Rohana. They inspire and challenge eachother to explore both Arabic and Western compositions. Come and enjoy new sounds!

NAJWA is: Jawa Manla (ud, vocals), Kim Jaeger (piano), Rémy Dielemans (bass), Nawras Al Taky (vocals), Nadia Marak (flute), Ghaeth Almaghoot (clarinet), Modar Salama (percussion) and Christian Palmieri (drums).
NAJWA is artistically accompanied by the wonderful composer and ud maestro Nizar Rohana.

This concert is powered by Stichting Morgenland Amsterdam.

These eight exceptional young musicians met in 2016 within the framework of a series of master classes organised by Stichting Morgenland Amsterdam during the Morgenland Festival. Back then, Nizar Rohana also accompanied the group during the week of workshops and repetitions.

All of this also took place at Splendor, the artistic home of the festival last year which is why it’s a very nice creative loop for the group to come back to Splendor one year later. All of them have been moving at a fast pace in their musical lives and development and we look forward to a well balanced and surprising concert.

The playlist features compositions by some of the group members, compositions by Nizar Rohana and some existing pieces. It is a well balanced research between the Arabic and Western musical tradition. It was not a calculated match, but four musicians have been brought up within the Syrian/Arabic Music culture and four of them in the Western music culture. All eight are looking to deepen their knowledge and broaden their musical bandwidth.
Commonly they create new musical experiences.

NAJWA, which freely translated from Arabic means ‘straight from the heart’ comes from the passionately beating hearts of these eight exceptional talents and Nizar Rohana. We look forward seeing you at Splendor!

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