Sahara Nights

Sahara Nights was the multi-arts Studio-Live launch organised last June 6, 2012 at London’s beloved Roundhouse (Studio-Theatre) by Sandblast and Fairtunes. Special guest artist Aziza Brahim from Western Sahara, a fabulous singer and percussionist, joined us to present songs from her new album Mabruk. The evening was compered by Dan Tsu from Lyrix Organix and included a spectacular line-up of live music, spoken word acts, film and photography.
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Venezuelan singer and cuatro player Luzmira Zerpa, who performed with her new band Family Atlantica, by Bela Molnar

Venezuelan singer and cuatro player Luzmira Zerpa, who performed with her new band Family Atlantica, by Bela Molnar

Fantastic Saharawi singer and percussionist Aziza Brahim, by Julia Ridlington

Fantastic Saharawi singer and percussionist Aziza Brahim, by Julia Ridlington

Setting up for the final jam session, by Julia Ridlington

Setting up for the final jam session, by Julia Ridlington

Aziza Brahim, by Bela Molnar

Aziza Brahim, by Bela Molnar

Final jam session with almost all the artists participating plus some Algerian guests and led by Aziza Brahim, by Julia Ridlington

Final jam session with almost all the artists participating plus some Algerian guests and led by Aziza Brahim, by Julia Ridlington

Hispano-Saharawi singer and guitarist Suilma Aali, by Julia Ridlington

Hispano-Saharawi singer and guitarist Suilma Aali, by Julia Ridlington

Aziza Brahim with Spanish guitarist Gonzalo Ordás, by Julia Ridlington

Aziza Brahim with Spanish guitarist Gonzalo Ordás, by Julia Ridlington

Sahara Nights audience dancing and having a good time, by Julia Ridlington

Sahara Nights audience dancing and having a good time, by Julia Ridlington

Sandblast Director Danielle Smith and main partner Fairtunes Director Steve Stavrinides talk about Studio-Live

Sandblast Director Danielle Smith and main partner Fairtunes Director Steve Stavrinides talk about Studio-Live

British-Congolese Binisa Bonner performing with Ruby and the Vines, by Bela Molnar

British-Congolese Binisa Bonner performing with Ruby and the Vines, by Bela Molnar

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