When Mamer meets Li Tieqiao & Tato

When Mamer meets Li Tieqiao & Tato

4. Nov. 21:00 - 23:00

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Mamer: http://www.douban.com/artist/Mamer/ The singer/songwriter Mamer was raised in Xinjiang, one of ten children for whom singing and playing the two-string dombra lute was as much a part of life as sunrise. Out here - in this land of Turkic tongues and ethnic minorities - traditional music flows from yurts and across the sparsely inhabited steppes. And Mamer's voice, a low, resonant, magical thing, still joins it. Li Tieqiao: http://www.douban.com/artist/litieqiao/ Li Tie Qiao is a Chinese composer and saxophonist/multi-instrumentalist based in Beijing. He is an extended techniques player and an outstanding experimentalist. Born in the Hunan province in 1973, Li Tie Qiao first learned to play the Bamboo Flute as a child, before picking up the Trombone. It wasn't until much later that he decided on the Saxophone as his primary tool of expression. In his improvisation he bravely experiment in search for a new expression between the boarders of jazz, rock and electronic noise. He moved to Oslo of Norway in 2005 and was warmly welcomed by a number of Norwegian musicians. During his time in Norway he have played with Paal Nilssen-Love, Ingebrigt Harker Flaten, Maja Ratkje, Ketil Gutvik, Rolf-Erik Nystrøm etc. In 2007 he returned to Beijing. Besides performing live, Li Tie Qiao is also actively nurturing China's fledgling Avant-garde scene. In March 2007, he was the main curator behind, Sally Can't Dance", a festival of experimental sounds held in Beijing. As the initiator and organizer of the Beijing Free Improvisation Alliance he is a serious collaborator to the free improvisation scene in China. Tato: Drumer from Mexico Ticket: 50/40(Presale) Add: Jianghu Bar Tel: 64014611, 13488735783

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