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MosaiQ Collective presents Resonances


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Wednesday, June 5

MosaiQ Collective presents Resonances

Join us for an evening of diverse artistic expressions at MosaiQ Collective presents Resonances – a celebration of unique voices coming toge

Date and time
Wed, Jun 5, 2024 8:00 PM – 11:30 PM EDT

Location
Kawalees
5175A Avenue du Parc Montréal, QC H2V 4G3

Refund Policy
Contact the organizer to request a refund.
Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable.

About this event
3 hours 30 minutes
MosaiQ Collective presents Resonances

Le Collectif MosaïQ, accompagnée de l’Ensemble Azara, présentent Resonances, une soirée de rencontre musicale bercée par le foisonnement interculturel de Montréal.

Ces deux groupes explorent respectivement la fusion entre le jazz moderne, les traditions arabo-andalouses et afro-latines, donnant lieu à une recherche musicale originale, une instrumentation inusitée et des rythmes envoutants.

Joignez-vous à nous dans un cadre convivial au Kawalees pour vibrer, voyager et resonner!

Les portes ouvrent à 20h.

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MosaïQ Collective, accompanied by the Azara Ensemble, present Resonances, an evening of musical exchange lulled by the intercultural abundance of Montreal.

These two groups respectively explore the fusion between modern jazz, Arab-Andalusian and Afro-Latin traditions, giving rise to fresh originals, propelled by unique instrumentation and infectious grooves.

Join us in a festive setting at Kawalees to vibe, travel through diasporas and resonate with us!

Doors open at 8pm.

MosaïQ Collective

Nikola Haddad-Edizel (Trompette)

Max Marlowe (Piano)

Weka Soliman (Oud & Guitar)

Alessio Bolusi (Sax tenor)

Adelina Steinmetz (Flute)

Joao Menegale (Bass)

Mikhael Daoudi (Percussion)

Pascal Denis (Drums)

Azara

Gabriel Evangelista (Piano)

Hanser Santos (Percussion)

Quique Mado (Guitar)

Fernando Gallego “El Bancalero”.

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