MUZZIKA! 2007-2009

MUZZIKA! 2007-2009   MUZZIKA! 2007-2009

MUZZIKA! 2007-2009

MUZZIKA! December 08 - January 09
This month, we melted for Antònio Zambujo’s voice, who dares putting passion in his voice, like only Latin singers can, but also for by Belgian saxophonist of Sicilian origins Pierre Vaiana, Akim El Sikameya, Abed Azrié…
 
MUZZIKA! 2007-2009 MUZZIKA! June 2008
This month’s highlight is Buika, the flamenco revelation of these last years, the little African girl who grew up among the gipsies of Palma de Majorca and today relays the immemorial Spanish music with all her soul.
 
MUZZIKA! 2007-2009 MUZZIKA! February 2008
A real happening : Bernard Lavilliers’s last album, a musical homage to Lebanon and to its tragic present.
 
MUZZIKA! 2007-2009 MUZZIKA! December 07- January 08
From London to Lahore, passing by Erevan: a great trip to start the year!
 
MUZZIKA! 2007-2009 MUZZIKA! November 2007
Run to the nearest music shop and buy the latest CD by Ojos de Brujo, a gipsy band from Barcelona, now a cult in Spain! Try and stop dancing if you can!
MUZZIKA! 2007-2009 MUZZIKA! October 2007
As from Paris, Tunis, Algiers or Rome, what do we know of what goes on in Israel apart from the stamping of combat boots – or worse? Muzzika of this month presents the latest musical releases from Israel and reminds us that the music scene today is quite lively and intense in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem or Jaffa with Jewish and Palestinian artists who, like everywhere in the world, love music above all else – and more so than politics!
 

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