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Sur jahan 2019

The 10th edition of Sur Jahan, our flagship  World Peace Music Festival  is being held in Kolkata, between 31st-2nd February, 2020 and in Goa between 5 to 7 February.

The 9th edition of Sur Jahan, our flagship  World Peace Music Festival held at Moharkunj, Kolkata, between 1-3 February, 2019 and at International Center Goa , Goa between 6 to 8 February.

The international bands are Mario Lúcio from Cape Verde, Mawlawiyah from Egypt, Monsieur Doumani from Cyprus, Liona and Serena Strings from Spain and Babra from Hungary. Along with them,  Madagán from Northern Ireland  performed at Goa.

Mario Lúcio is a WOMEX Lifetime Award winner singer-songwriter and a lifetime researcher of traditional music. Led by Amer Eltony and formed in 1994, the internationally revered Mawlawyiah is synonymous with Egypt’s Mevlevi musical heritage, with its trademark whirling Dervish dance. Monsieur Doumani presents traditional Cypriot music with an eclectic mix of Tzouras, Trombone, flute and guitar. The band received the prestigious German Records Critics Award in World Music category. Liona & Serena Strings specializes in Jewish Sephardic music. The band moves from chamber music to Spanish tunes, eastern sounds and Arabic rhythms, all the while remaining faithful to its antique roots. Based in Budapest and formed in 2014, Babra presents authentic South Slav music with a unique mix of tamburas, clarinet and accordion that reflects the musical heritage of the lands along the Danube River. Madagán plays traditional Irish music with Uilleann pipes and Concertina, instruments largely unknown outside Ireland. Its repertoire reflects the thriving Irish dance music and Scottish and Celtic melodies.

Day-time workshops provided opportunity to learn from the  world musicians  about their traditions. The concerts were held in the evening.

Between 10-30 am and 8 pm, there was art and craft exhibition showcasing Dokra, Madhubani, handloom, wood and metal work, clay doll, masks,  basketry and a variety of natural fibre  products. 

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