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When:

Sat 2 Apr 2016, 6:30pm–9:30pm

Where: King Street Theatre, Corner of King Street and Bray Street, Newtown, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Door Sale: $35.00
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Listed by: Alin-BAHRAM

“…an emotional journey spanning hundreds of years, numerous cultures and a sweep of emotions.” – Syke on Stage

The dynamic combination of Alin Bahram (Flamenco guitar) and Melike Bayram (vocals) are back in 2016 with a very special concert at the King Street Theatre in Newtown. ‘El Espiritu Del Flamenco’ is a unique and passionate night of music and rhythms imbued with the fire of Spain and combining a magical fusion of Flamenco music with Mediterranean, Gypsy, Latin, Turkish, Moorish, Sephardic and Oriental sounds.

Alin draws on many years of musical studies in the Middle East and Australia. Not surprisingly he has brought a distinct Arabic flavour to his music. His outstanding guitar artistry is the perfect compliment to Melike’s dramatic vocals. Flamenco and oriental music have played a major role in Melike’s musical life. Blessed with a unique singing talent from a very early age she received both vocal and guitar training from several acclaimed teachers. Alin and Melike are enthusiastic in sharing their delightful taste in music with their listeners.

The concert will also feature special guest artists Byron Mark on percussion. Byron is a professional percussionist, pianist and composer based in Sydney with a strong passion for African and Flamenco drumming. He has travelled to both Spain and Africa to study the rhythmic roots of the Cajon and Djembe, and regularly performs on these instruments along with various artists.