Rewire x Korzo #8: Laraaji & Carlos Niño, Rabih Beaini & Tarawan

Rewire x Korzo #8: Laraaji & Carlos Niño, Rabih Beaini & Tarawan
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12 Nov 14:30 - 19:15

Korzo, Prinsestraat 42

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This last Rewire x Korzo edition of 2017 will present a stimulating, distinctive scope of transcendental music from around the globe.

Line-up:
Laraaji & Carlos Niño
Rabih Beaini & Tarawangsawelas
Liu Fang
Otto Sidharta

Laraaji & Carlos Niño
New York based ambient pioneer Laraaji (All Saints / Warp) and LA renaissance man Carlos Niño (Leaving Records / Stones Throw) will combine to breath new life into each other's songs, instrumentals and improvisations via vocals, sensory percussion, zither and fx. Laraaji is a musician, mystic and laughter meditation practitioner, and was once discovered by Brian Eno himself. Carlos Niño is the exalted producer, composer, percussionist, dj, ensemble orchestrator and mentor who has traversed the multitude of music scenes the city has birthed within the last two decades.

Rabih Beaini & Tarawangsawelas
Lebanese-born producer and dj Rabih Beaini (also known as Morphosis) specializes in grainy, imaginative analogue electronic music. In the past year however, his Morphine label has telescoped in on key voices in avant-garde electronic and outernational music. At Rewire x Korzo, Beaini will present his new live performance in collaboration with the Tarawangsa duo Teguh Adi Permana & Wisnu Ridwana. Tarawangsa music is a rare Indonesian tradition of pure and minimal trance music played on two string instruments. Their collaborative project will release its debut album on Morphine records this autumn.

Liu Fang
Liu Fang is an internationally acclaimed virtuoso for both the pipa and guzheng musical instrument. Her profile has risen rapidly due to her rich and deeply transcendental performances and her extensive repertoire. De Volkskrant described her as “a great ambassador for the Chinese music”.

Otto Sidharta
Otto Sidharta is an Indonesian Composer, known for his electronic music since the early seventies. Sidharta uses environmental sounds to express his musical ideas developed when he was a student at the Jakarta Institute of Arts, and later on at the Conservatorium in Amsterdam.

Presented in collaboration with Europalia Indonesia

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