Making Tracks

Thu Nov 11 2021

8:00 PM - 10:30 PM (Doors 7:30 PM)

The Sanctuary

4 Greenleaf Road London E17 6QQ

£11.00

All Ages

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..Iona Fyfe (Scotland, UK)

Rooted in the singing traditions of Aberdeenshire, Iona Fyfe has quickly become one of Scotland’s most celebrated young folk singers. Having spent her early years learning from local singers of bothy ballads (songs traditionally sung by farm labourers in the northeast region of Scotland), Iona became the youngest ever winner of Scots Singer of the Year at the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards in 2018.

Simon Leleux (Belgium)

Simon Leleux is a Belgium-based percussionist specialising in doholladarbuka and other Arab and Middle Eastern percussion instruments and styles. Shaped like a tumbler, the darbuka provided the starting point for Simon’s percussion journey and his interest in many other instruments, including frame drums, tombakriqq, and drum kits. 

Azin Zahedi (Iran / Germany)

Born in the Iranian capital Tehran, Azin Zahedi began playing flute at the age of seven, and took up the santour (Persian dulcimer) four years later, winning first prize at Iran's National Festival of Youth Music in 2007. 

Robert Bisha (Albania / Italy)

Robert Bisha, originally from Shkodra in northern Albania, is a pianist, improviser and composer who plays an array of other instruments including accordion, çifteli (a stringed instrument found in Albania and some surrounding countries), frame drums and guitar. 

Thamires Tannous (Brazil / Austria)

Thamires Tannous is a Brazilian singer and songwriter. She hails originally from the state of Mato Grosso do Sul in the central area of Brazil, home to the world's largest tropical wetland, the Pantanal. Her style blends the musical heritage of her home state with contemporary Brazilian music, as well as occassionally paying subtle homage to the heritage of her Lebanese family, who settled in Brazil two generations ago. 

Liz Hanks (UK)

Liz Hanks is a cellist, composer and collaborator based in Sheffield. While she has worked with an impressive array of high-profile artists across many different genres, she is particularly drawn to folk, Indian classical, and other music traditions. 

Ahmet Ozan Baysal (Turkey / UK)

Ahmet Ozan Baysal is a Turkish bağlama (saz) player, composer and performer, specialising in şelpe - an Anatolian bağlama performance technique that dispenses with a plectrum. Having played the instrument from a very early age, much of his music is a synthesis of traditional bağlama şelpe performance practices and harmonic practices in tonal and jazz music. 

Brigitte Hart (Australia / UK)

Brigitte Hart is an Australian sound artist, working across performance and installation. Currently based in London, her practice explores relationships between voice, objects, histories and ecologies. She often engages with text, environmental sound recordings, remnants and archives. 

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Music Halls presents

Making Tracks

Thu Nov 11 2021 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM

(Doors 7:30 PM)

The Sanctuary London
Making Tracks

£11.00 All Ages

..Iona Fyfe (Scotland, UK)

Rooted in the singing traditions of Aberdeenshire, Iona Fyfe has quickly become one of Scotland’s most celebrated young folk singers. Having spent her early years learning from local singers of bothy ballads (songs traditionally sung by farm labourers in the northeast region of Scotland), Iona became the youngest ever winner of Scots Singer of the Year at the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards in 2018.

Simon Leleux (Belgium)

Simon Leleux is a Belgium-based percussionist specialising in doholladarbuka and other Arab and Middle Eastern percussion instruments and styles. Shaped like a tumbler, the darbuka provided the starting point for Simon’s percussion journey and his interest in many other instruments, including frame drums, tombakriqq, and drum kits. 

Azin Zahedi (Iran / Germany)

Born in the Iranian capital Tehran, Azin Zahedi began playing flute at the age of seven, and took up the santour (Persian dulcimer) four years later, winning first prize at Iran's National Festival of Youth Music in 2007. 

Robert Bisha (Albania / Italy)

Robert Bisha, originally from Shkodra in northern Albania, is a pianist, improviser and composer who plays an array of other instruments including accordion, çifteli (a stringed instrument found in Albania and some surrounding countries), frame drums and guitar. 

Thamires Tannous (Brazil / Austria)

Thamires Tannous is a Brazilian singer and songwriter. She hails originally from the state of Mato Grosso do Sul in the central area of Brazil, home to the world's largest tropical wetland, the Pantanal. Her style blends the musical heritage of her home state with contemporary Brazilian music, as well as occassionally paying subtle homage to the heritage of her Lebanese family, who settled in Brazil two generations ago. 

Liz Hanks (UK)

Liz Hanks is a cellist, composer and collaborator based in Sheffield. While she has worked with an impressive array of high-profile artists across many different genres, she is particularly drawn to folk, Indian classical, and other music traditions. 

Ahmet Ozan Baysal (Turkey / UK)

Ahmet Ozan Baysal is a Turkish bağlama (saz) player, composer and performer, specialising in şelpe - an Anatolian bağlama performance technique that dispenses with a plectrum. Having played the instrument from a very early age, much of his music is a synthesis of traditional bağlama şelpe performance practices and harmonic practices in tonal and jazz music. 

Brigitte Hart (Australia / UK)

Brigitte Hart is an Australian sound artist, working across performance and installation. Currently based in London, her practice explores relationships between voice, objects, histories and ecologies. She often engages with text, environmental sound recordings, remnants and archives. 

Making Tracks

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Terms & Conditions

TicketWeb are committed to supporting grassroots & independent music across the UK and are proud to partner with & support the work of the Music Venue Trust. A 50p contribution from the booking fee on each ticket goes directly to maintain and sustain this venue. For more info on the work the Music Venues Trust does to support grassroots venues in the UK please visit www.musicvenuetrust.com