Al Manara a wonderful creation born of the musical crossing between arabic and occidental music (jazz & classical)
Ramzi Aburedwan & Dal’Ouna Their repertoire, borrowed from Palestinian and Arabic classical and folk music, travels from Egypt to Andalusia through the Middle East
Ramzi Aburedwan & Jerusalem Sufi Ensemble combine elements of Eastern and Sufi music in a fusion of different cultural influences, thanks to a perfect harmonization of sacred Sufi instruments and songs.
Ramzi Aburedwan & Palestine National Ensemble of Arabic Music intends to revive the Jerusalem Radio Ensemble heritage, in addition to performing repertoire by Palestinian and Arab composers which has never been performed, along with the classic repertoire
Thomas Champagne Random House the quartet testifies that it has embraced the legacy of great examples but they have above all their own vision where they look beyond the traditions.
L’Orchestre du Belgistan Keeping the rough energetic approach of their brass band origins and their strong ”belgistanese” identity, their style has matured, adding influences like pop and electronic music as well as African and middle eastern music to theirs, confirming that Belgistani music has no borders.
Gansan – African Way of Life invites us on a journey, taking the routes which link Europe to Africa. Going further than just jazz or African music, the rhythms, melodies and harmonies fuse together in a whirlwind of joy and brotherhood.
Griboujazz jazz told to children through music and cartoons