Zuze & Iva: Inuit Iranian Sounds

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ZUZE & IVA is the first (ever) documented intersection of Iranian and Inuit folk music traditions.

ZUZE is a 10-pc folk-jazz ensemble merging Iranian melodies and afrobeat rhythms. ZUZE is inspired by all things Persiana but limited by nothing.

http://zuze.bandcamp.com

IVALUARJUK is an artist & throatsinger from Rankin Inlet (NU) whose elegant, unapologetic work vivifies Northern communities and cultural practices.

https://soundcloud.com/kaatalii

ZUZE & IVA are bound by the artistic motivation of honouring the past by exalting the present. ZUZE & IVA invite you to celebrate heterogeneity. ZUZE & IVA make beautiful music, especially together.

ZUZE & IVA is:

ivaluarjuk: vocals
raha javanfar: violin
gabe kong: guitar
bruce mackinnon: piano/alto sax
andrew moljgun: flute/bari sax
emily ferrell: trombone
thomas moffet: trumpet
arif mirbaghi: bass
zaynab wilson: steel pan/percussion
zach sutton: percussion
justin ruppel: drums

SPECIAL GUEST
michael eckert: pedal steel

$15/$20 tickets available: http://bit.ly/2m3ktqO

doors at 7:30, show sharp at 8 pm.
1 long set, no intermission.

ZUZE & IVA would like to acknowedge the support of Good Hair Day Productions in helping make this show possible:

http://www.fideskrucker.com

poster design by Cortney Sarah Cassidy
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By: Small World Music Society

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