World Music Café presents a stellar line-up of multicultural acts at the Amherst Village in Southern River on Saturday 2 November 2019.

The multicultural supper club show features Iranian jazz singer Tara Tiba, Zambian hip hop artist and MC Chisenga, Afghan dambora musician Asad Alizada, Zimbabwean dancer 80EM and Indian rapper Pace D Rapper.

Tara Tiba moved to Perth from Iran and has been acclaimed as an expatriate trailblazer for her extraordinary voice and music that fuses traditional Persian singing with Jazz, Latin, contemporary and experimental music.  She has just released her second album OMID (meaning ‘hope’ in Persian) recorded in Portugal and been nominated for an ARIA Award and won a 2019 WAM Song of the Year Award.

Chisenga Katongo is a Grammy-recognised hip hop musician from Lusaka in Zambia and released Zambia’s first hip hop album. After living in Los Angeles, he migrated to Perth and been collaborating with Indian artist Pace D Rapper and Zimbabwean-born dancer 80EM. 

Asad Alizada is a Hazara musician that plays the dambora, a traditional 5th Century two-stringed instrument made from a mulberry tree.  His music is ballad story songs and love songs about the Hazara people, their history and culture. 

The World Music Café is a Multicultural Enterprise Development project by Multicultural Futures that celebrates the benefits of multiculturalism and assists new migrants in developing enterprise skills.

Book here through Eventbrite. Tickets include four music acts, table seating and supper platters. Prices start at $30 with discounts available for Table of Six bookings. 

Click link here to watch a short WEST TV story on the sold-out launch of the World Music Café in September.

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