Louisville Public Media (WUOL/WFPK) World Refugee Day 2019

Sulh Ensemble is honored to be a part of Louisville Public Media‘s recognition of World Refugee Day this Thursday. We’ll be doing a short program of works from Ottoman Syrian-Jewish composer, Mısırlı İbrahim Efendi (né Avram Levi); Uyghur composer, Osmanjan; and a Lao Deuam tune.

You can watch it on Facebook live at 10:30, June 20th on 90.5 WUOL Classical Louisville!

Members/Instrumentation performing:
Zoe Blackwell – flute
Jon Silpayamanant – saw u, kamenche 
Roxell Karr – dumbek, dap, ching

More details may be found here:
https://wuol.org/world-refugee-day/

Author: Sulh Ensemble

Sulh Ensemble is a group that plays intercultural music from the Silk Road, South and Southeast Asia, the Mediterranean, and new compositions for ethnic ensembles based in the Greater Louisville/Kentuckiana region. Through concerts, collaborations, and outreach with dancers, composers, and musicians the group is constantly exploring global music genres. Many of the musicians of Sulh are active as teachers, producers, advocates, and practitioners of the arts of many music and dance traditions from around the world.