Saturday 14 October
7.30pm – 10.30pm
Northcote Uniting Church – Chalice – 251 High St, Northcote
A night of hybrid sounds that combine old and new, near and far, featuring a tapestry of Persian, medieval, electronic, classical, electric, electronic and folk instruments.
Dandelion Wine are a local medieval/electrofolk trio combining ancient and modern instruments. They are well known to audiences throughout Europe and Asia due to their history of international touring.
Naomi Henderson – vocals, flute, recorder, percussion, electronics
Nicholas Albanis – guitars, lute, Appalachian dulcimer, hammered dulcimer, bell cittern, electronics Francesca Mountfort – cello, vocals
Garden blends contemporary Persian and Western themes in a way not heard before. Emotive and delicate pieces, entwined with subtle pop sensibilities, lift into vibrant and triumphant movements, guaranteed to sway the heart and persuade the feet to tap.
Gelareh Pour – kamancheh/voice
Arman Habibi – santur/voice
Mike Gallichio – electric guitar
Brian O’Dwyer – drum kit
Sangara weaves soundscapes that are connected to an unbinding and unravelling of the soul that allows for a dance with spirit.
Melody Moon – vocals
Matt Ellis – synth & vocals
Rachel Samuel – cello