Event 

Title:
TRIO TATAVLA- ASIA MINOR MUSIC
When:
02.02.2018  at  20.00 h
Style:
Asia Minor, Greek, Rebetiko
Price:
15€ (10€ for students under 26 and jobseekers)
Reservation:
Click here
TRIO TATAVLA- ASIA MINOR MUSIC

Description

Dimos Vougioukas – accordion,
Tcha Limberger – violin,
Benjamin Clement – guitar

With the precious help of the great Greek soloist of accordion Dimos
Vougioukas, Tcha Limberger explores the wonders of Greek music present in
Istanbul (Konstantinoupolis) and Smyrne (Asia Minor) at the beginning of
the 20th century before Rebetiko. The intriguing rhythms Zeybek,
Karsilama, Hasapiko and Kalamatiano with the full use of quarter tones
similar to Turkish Makam, make Tcha’s attraction to this music almost
indescribable.
Dimos Vougioukas has cooperated with well known soloists from Greece and
Balkans such as Stavros Kouskouridas, Kyriakos Gouventas (Greece), Petar
Ralchev (Bulgaria), Ionica Minune (Romania). He participates in the Greek
orchestra “Estoudiantina” as a soloist, he redacts the
orchestration-arrangements and he constitutes one of the founding members.
They are joined by Benjamin Clement on guitar, a Belgian musician , very
active in the background of great players such as Nedyalko Nedyalkov,
Lakatos Roby, Kiriakos Gouventas and Marcel Ramba. He has the biggest and
most precise knowledge of rhythm and harmony from almost any country in
central and Eastern Europe.

http://tchalimberger.com/artists/trio-tatavia/

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