It may be needless to say, but we are SO excited to have HuDost coming to URU!
More and more people are awaking to the music of yoga and we’ve been working with local and regional lovers of the genre in attracting some great artists to Pensacola. So far you guys have supported the endeavors and on March 10th we offer another opportunity to hear a couple of incredible, internationally renowned performers in person.
Moksha Sommer and Jemal Wade Hines create a rich blending of traditional Sufi, Bulgarian, Croatian and Balkan music, Farsi, Turkish, Arabic, Folk, Pop and Rock. Their sound crosses borders and barriers, taking the listener on a journey not soon forgotten.
Moksha Sommer plays both a Mid-East Harmonium, a reed organ whose air is supplied by a hand operated bellows, and also a Shahi Baaja which is a type of zither from India.
HuDost is living proof that the whole really is greater than the sum of its parts, pulling together musical styles as diverse as the jellies in Marco Polo’s kitchen cupboard, they weave a seamless tapestry that renders tears and laughter in listeners and cultivates that nameless longing that abides somewhere in all our hearts. Find out more about HuDost at their website, HuDost.com.
Tickets: $20/$15 for Students
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