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Juil
1
sam
2017
Adel Salameh – Arab Music Workshop – Atelier de OUD @ ICAM - L'Olivier
Juil 1 @ 10 h 30 – Juil 2 @ 17 h 00

Saturday 1th and Sunday 2th of July

Adel Salameh – Arab Music Workshop / Atelier de musique arabe

(FRENCH – ENGLISH – ARABIC SPEAKING)

In this seminar we will study Arab music, mainly by practicing traditional pieces and songs from

 the Palestine, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq region, as well as focus on the modal theory of the Maqam, by deepening into the structure and the phrasings of each musical mode.

We will practice Taqasims (modal improvisations on the Maqam system) and explore ways of modulating our melodies in order to connect them to ones of different Maqam modes.


All musicians and not only oudists are welcomed to the seminar.

Everything studied will be approached on each instrument.

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The seminar will last two days and take place in ICAM – L’Olivier in Genèva

 on Saturday 1th and Sunday 2th of july, at 10.30 am to 17.30 pm, with a one hour break at 13.00-14.00.

 The price for the seminar is 200 Swiss Francs. Feel free to ask for any more info.

 

Adel Salameh

Palestinian oud player and composer, Adel Salameh was born in Nablus, Palestine, in 1966. He started performing as a soloist while still living in the Arab World, but immigrated to Europe in 1990. He quickly established a reputation as one of the finest performers of the oud. He has performed in more than thirty countries including Japan, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Africa, and numerous countries in North Africa and Europe.

When performing as a soloist or with musicians from a variety of musical backgrounds, Adel believes that music is an excellent tool to build bridges between various cultures. In an effort to tackle these cultural barriers, he has worked with Turkish, Spanish, Indian, French, English, Israeli and jazz musicians.

Adel has worked with Womad/Real World for six years and performed at the most prestigious concert halls in Europe. These include Royal Festival Hall, Barbican Centre in London, Concertgebouw, Royal Tropical Institue, Paradiso in Amsterdam, Theatre d’ Single (Antwerpen) Belguim, Institute of the Arab World in Paris, The Opera House and the Auditorium in Lyon. He has also performed at many festivals throughout the World. He has been described as the ambassador of Arab music in the West.


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Juil
13
jeu
2017
Vernissage de l’exposition de Ali Taghadijah (Iran) @ ICAM - L'Olivier
Juil 13 @ 18 h 00 – Août 10 @ 19 h 00

Exposition de  Ali Taraghijah (Iran)

Acryliques

Vernissage jeudi 13 juillet 2017 de 18 à 20 heures

en présence de l’artiste

Lecture de poèmes persans

L’exposition se poursuivra jusqu’au mercredi 10août 2017

 

Lundi au vendredi de 10h à 18h

Samedi de 10h à 17h

Galerie de l’ICAM-L’OLIVIER

5, rue de Fribourg – 1201 Genève

022 731 84 40

Ali Taraghijah
Birth: 1976 , Tehran

Graduated in Painting from The School of Art and Architecture

Solo Exhibitions:2011 Exhibition in Taraghijah Galley Tehran
2011 Exhibition in Behnam Daheshpour Gallery ( Rayzan Conference Center) Tehran
2010 Exhibition in Ashianmehr Gallery Tehran
2010 Exhibition On the occasion of the inauguration of Taraghijah Gallery Tehran
2010 Exhibition in Sareban Gallery Tehran
Group Exhibitions:2012 Forth Annual Fajr Festival of Visual Arts Tehran
2011 Group Exhibition in Sareban Gallery Tehran
2011 Group Exhibition in Golestan Gallery Tehran
2011 Group Exhibition in Momaiez Gallery in The House of Iranian Artists Tehran
2010 Group Exhibition Swiss
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Août
9
mer
2017
Hindi Zahra & Fatouma Diawara @ Scène Ella Fitzgerald
Août 9 @ 20 h 30

Hindi Zahra & Fatoumata Diawara

world – paris

Hindi Zahra voix Fatoumata Diawara voix, guitare Yacouba Kone guitare Sekou Bah basse Ze Luis Nascimento batterie, percussions

C’est l’histoire de deux grandes amies, artistes et africaines, dont la vie rime avec nomadisme, ouverture et liberté : Hindi Zahra, marocaine d’origine berbère et touareg, et Fatoumata Diawara, née en Côte d’Ivoire de parents maliens. Leur rencontre a lieu voilà douze ans, sur la scène de l’Olympic Café, haut lieu de la Goutte-d’Or, le quartier/carrefour des cultures à Paris. Depuis, elles naviguent entre tournées, plateaux de cinéma ou actions humanitaires. Deux guerrières, dont les musiques, chargées de l’énergie des rencontres, trouvent racines communes dans le blues, le folk et l’Afrique.

In English This is the story of two great friends, women, artists and Africans, whose life is synonymous with nomadism and freedom: Hindi Zahra, a Moroccan of Berber and Tuareg origin, and Fatoumata Diawara, born in the Ivory Coast to Malian parents. They first met twelve years ago, on the stage of the Olympic Café, hot spot of the Goutte d’Or district, a crossroad of cultures in Paris. Since then, they have alternated touring, acting and humanitarian work. Two warriors, whose music, charged with the energy of encounters, finds its roots in blues and African folk.

www.hindi-zahra.com
www.fatoumatadiawara.com

Août
18
ven
2017
DINI EL WEDIDI @ SCÈNE ELLA FITZGERALD
Août 18 @ 20 h 30

DINA EL WEDIDI

new folk – caire

Dina El Wedidi voix Mohamed Soliman basse Abdelazim Barhouma percussions Feisal Omar claviers Wael Aly accordéon Mohamed Ahmed batterie Mohamed Hussein guitare

Dina El Wedidi chante la jeunesse actuelle de son pays, sur des sonorités folkloriques. La composition et l’écriture ont commencé durant ses années d’études en langues orientales à l’université du Caire. En parallèle, elle rejoint la compagnie de théâtre El Warsha, intègre le projet ethnomusicologique Nile Project, et devient la protégée de Gilberto Gil, l’immense chanteur et ex-ministre de la Culture brésilien. Depuis son album Tedawar W’Tergaa (Turning Back) en 2014, Dina El Wedidi est devenue une figure incontournable de la scène musicale égyptienne.

In English Dina El Wedidi’s powerful compositions draw from Egyptian folk songs while her lyrics speak to a generation of young Egyptians. El Wedidi started composing songs while at university in Cairo where she studied oriental languages. During her studies she joined El Warsha Theater Troupe, exploring Egyptian folklore and training as an actor and storyteller. El Wedidi, toured internationally as part of the Nile Project (a cultural and environmental ethnomusicology project) and she’s a protégé of Gilberto Gil, Brazil’s famous singer and ex-minister of Culture. With her debut release Tedawar W’Tergaa (Turning Back) in 2014 and her powerful, nuanced voice and authentic style she has spent the last few years carving out her place in the Egyptian music scene.

dinaelwedidi.com

Sep
30
sam
2017
FETE DE L’OLIVIER 2017 – 2ème festival des musiques arabes et méditerranéennes @ Salle de l'Alhambra
Sep 30 @ 16 h 00 – Oct 1 @ 2 h 00

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