Jam’eh brings together international musician Greta Kelly, Naracoorte musician Sam Gulzari and the 100+ Afghani people living and working in Bordertown to reveal local talents and support the preservation of traditional music and performance celebrating Hazara culture.
Sessions on singing and playing traditional instruments will be offered using key traditional Middle Eastern instruments, including the Dambua, Dayereh, Drum and Kamancha.
Everyone is invited to explore and experience the music, food and dance in community celebrations throughout the year.
This event will be happening in Bordertown in prepartion for Harmony Day in March and Refugee Week in June – keep an eye out for more information as it gets closer to the date or contact Naomi Fallon for more information 08 8752 1044 or email [email protected]
Photo by Eloise Fuss
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