IN London and other cities across United Kingdom will see the launch of a new event called Nights of Kurdish Songs (Şevên Kilamên Kurdî).
IN London and other cities across United Kingdom will see the launch of a new event called Nights of Kurdish Songs (Şevên Kilamên Kurdî). The first event of the Nights of Kurdish Songs will take place with guests star Mem Ararat, which will be organized as 2 separate concerts on 7 and 8 December.
In addition to Mem Ararat, Kurdish female artists living in London, Tara Jaff and Suna Alan will perform also be performing at the event. Mem Ararat concerts will take place on both evenings and the event will take place at 8pm at The Old Church, located on Stoke Newington’s Church Street, right next to Clissold Park. The two-day concert will be accompanied by artists Emre Kubilay, Nihad Jemshed, Salman Söbe and Berdin Pamukçu with artists Mem Ararat, Tara Jaff and Suna Alan. Tickets for concerts can be obtained online at www.theoldchurch.org.uk. With a capacity of just 110 people per night be sure to book your tickets as the tickets sold at the door will be limited depending on the number of internet sales.
The leading artists of the Kurdish music concept will be invited to London to exhibit their works in places that are acoustically good with the contribution of a musician team of artists living in London. Concerts are organized every two months and in different venues.
Date and Time: 7th and 8th December 2017 between 8-10pm
Location: The Old Church, Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 9ES
Tickets: £12 book by visiting the website at www.theoldchurch.org.uk