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Limited Edition Tradition 6 @ The Hanoi Social Club

World traditions. Story-telling through music. Indigenous instruments from Vietnam and abroad.

This is Limited Edition Tradition, the newest event from The Hanoi Social Club - a monthly exploration of global sounds with guest musicians from Cao Bang, Pleiku, Morocco, Africa, The Middle East and more.

Each month brings a different flavour, a new eye-opening style of the communication of emotions connected to the history of people across the world. Expect to see instruments such as the guimbri, oud, ty ba, doumbrek, tam thập lục, a wide range of hand percussion and other esoterica.

In our previous session we were lucky enough to have guest vocalist Nadine Laham from Lebanon, and before that, multi-instrumentalist, Tih Ro Cham from the Jarai community in Pleiku playing the dan k'ni and the dan ting ning.

Forming the core of Limited Edition Tradition are our regular musicians from the band, The TranSplanted. Playing songs that come from the Gnawan culture of northern Africa.

The line-up this month is:

Amine Canamine - guimbri, vocals
Hà Đình Huy - Vietnamese, Middle Eastern and world percussion
David Payne - electric guitar
Thái Hà Đàm - ty ba
Omar Fikri - oriental percussion and backing vocals
Sonia Yang - dancer
Bryan Wilson - cello

Sometimes hypnotic, sometimes uplifting, sometimes healing - come see Limited Edition Tradition for quality music outside your typical genres.

Date: Monday 22th April
Time: 8:30pm
Tickets: 100k

Strictly limited numbers for this event. Purchase your tickets in advance for 100k at The Hanoi Social Club to guarantee a seat, or at the door on the night.

Thanks to our media partners - Hanoi Grapevine - www.hanoigrapevine.com/

 

 

Monday, 22 April

8:30pm - 10:00pm

The Hanoi Social Club | 6 Hoi Vu, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

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