'One World' Festival 2

Tagged as: culture festival market_square music nottingham
Neighbourhoods: market_square nottingham

Saturday 10th July 2010
12pm - 5.30pm Old Market Square, Nottingham

'local music from around the world'.

 

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Saturday 10th July 2010
12pm - 5.30pm Old Market Square, Nottingham

'local music from around the world'.

Programmed by Chilled Produce and Long Journey Home the line up is:

12.50 Nolklon
Folk and Roma-esque music
Romanian based quartet playing contemporary music influenced by traditional folk and Roma melodies.

13.40 Big Jig
Celtic songs and tunes (from Ireland)
Nottm six piece that mix traditional dance tunes, with ballads, Irish songs and slow airs.

14.10 Chinese Lion Dance
(Notts Chinese Community Association)
Dating back a thousand years the lion dance is believed to bring luck and happiness.

14.30 Les Elus
Rhumba, Folk, Jazz, Blues, Zouk, Salsa
Derby based Congolese band and community group that promote and raise awareness of the richness and heritage of Congolese culture.

15.10 Capoeira
(Capoeira Angola Nottingham)
An African Brazilian fighting dance performance game. Supported by Capoeira East London.

15.25 Mohammed
Banderi Music - Iranian Bagpipe and Congas
Nottm based musician who plays rhythmic dance music from
Southern Iran commonly performed at weddings and other celebrations.

15.45 Chinese Lion Dance
(Notts Chinese Community Association)
Dating back a thousand years the lion dance is believed to bring luck and happiness.

16.00 Iyar and Ali
Music from Kurdistan/Iran
Nottm based duo from Kurdistan and Iran playing traditional folk and dance music.

16.30 Capoeira
(Capoeira Angola Nottingham)
An African Brazilian fighting dance performance game. Supported by Capoeira East London.

16.45 Zacc Rogers
Soul, Jazz, Blues, Funk, Country Grass and more
Nottm born and bred performer of vocal based guitar music that balances both the old and the new and traditional guitar and modern technology

 

Chilled Produce
http://www.chillinthepark.co.uk

Long Journey Home
http://www.longjourneyhome.org.uk


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ALAN LODGE
Photographer - Media: One Eye on the Road. Nottingham. UK
Email: tash@indymedia.org
Web: http://digitaljournalist.eu
Member of the National Union of Journalists [NUJ]
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"It is not enough to curse the darkness.
It is also necessary to light a lamp!!"
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Comments

Nice one

Nice photos Tash. Were they bothering photographers again? Looks like the last photo implies so..

Stalls

Great music and entertainment, great photos Tash, not so great stalls.

A one world event with a world market.....World Market??? A few stalls selling food and hippy clothes, was the flower stall and furniture seller representative of diversity in Nottingham city? Plus the usual German sausage stall.

Where were all the community groups that represent ethnic diversity in this city?

Mind it was prob the cost of actually having a stall in OUR market square.

If you using tax payers money to fund this I want a refund!