ETHEREAL SOULSONGS EXPERIENCE
DAPHNE TSE (USA)
BOBBY PARRS (USA)
With NSW favourites!
AFRO MOSES AND EMANUEL LIEBERFREUND
Immerse yourself in the soothing sounds of mantra infused world music. Journey the globe as the songs take you from India to the Americas to Africa and beyond.
Be enchanted by the magical fusion of Daphne’s soulful voice, Haitch’s entrancing Native American flutes, bamboo Suling, Didgeridoo, trumpet & vocals infused with Bobby’s masterful guitar riffs. Joining us to celebrate Haitch’s release of his new album, Ethereal, and NSW’s stellar musicians, Emanuel Lieberfreund and Afro Moses igniting us with their incredible spirited and passionate sonic alchemy!
ONE night only in Australia at ONESPACE HQ! A night not to be missed!
Doors open 7pm and close at 7.30pm
Info and discussion are on our Facebook!
Want to know more about the artists?
DAPHNE TSE is a soulful singer/songwriter originally from Texas currently calling the world her home. Since her initial yoga class 15 years ago, she has merged her spiritual practice with her contemporary folk singer/songwriter style. She studied music at UT in Austin, The Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago and kirtan music with Jai Uttal. She has released music on Shiva Rea’s yoga music compilations and has released 3 albums, Mata (recorded on Bali), Finding Water (recorded on Kaua’i) and Samahita Live (recorded on Samui).
HAITCH is a South East Queensland musician and composer. Bringing a fresh twist to the world music, devotional and yoga scenes, his style is expansive and deep. Looking to nature for inspiration and world cultures for instruments, his uniqueness lies in the moving fusion created with both uncommon and classical instruments. Including Native American flutes, Yidaki (didgeridoo), slide Didge, Suling flutes, Mellophone, Trumpet, electric Indian zither, vocals and synthesizers.
Sharing music and movement in ‘Yoga Soundcapes’ classes, holding devotional ‘Chanting to Bliss’ concerts & facilitating ‘Soundwaves’ sound healing journeys, several group workshops and private tuition and healing sessions. Haitch also runs www.circularbreath.com sharing his passion for this technique, used for music and medically diagnosed sleep and breathing disorders. Circular Breath also manufactures a range of telescopic style didgeridoo or ‘Breath Strengthening Pipes’ here in Australia.
BOBBY PARRS is a New York City native, guitarist/producer Bobby Parrs has been an active force in todays music scene. A diverse seasoned musician and performer, Bobby has been touring for over 30 years festivals throughout North America, Hawaii, Asia and Europe. Always on call Bobbys supportive role as a player has earned him a chair with notable international artists, Jai Uttal, Jon Anderson, Daniel Paul, Daphne Tse, Dona De Lory, Zero, Fantuzzi, John Martyn, Pamela Polland to name a few.
EMANUEL LIEBERFREUND is passionate about the power of music to open the heart to a sense of the sacred. He studied jazz and classical flute at the Sydney Conservatorium and currently plays flutes, saxophones and percussion. Emanuel is best known for his contributions to world/jazz fusion, devotional music, and music for yoga and dance. His jazz trio ‘Flight’ played for the World Air Cargo Awards in Shanghai; he was sponsored by the Brazilian government to play in East Timor with Jeanne Bastos; he toured northern China with the yogic devotional singer Carmella Gitanjali Baynie; and he has just launched his and Rosie Henshaw’s East-meets-West band ‘Shanti Fire’ that features some of Sydney’s best jazz and Indian classical musicians. His world music ambience CD ‘Atma’s Sphere’ was launched to a sold-out house in 2015. The album has been receiving airplay on Radio National, Eastside Radio Northside Radio and Soultraveller Radio.emanuelflutesax.com
AFRO MOSES aka Moses O’Jah, is one of Ghana’s most internationally recognized artistes. He has a wealth of concerts and tours in Europe and around the world. He is sometimes labeled as the African James Brown, because his performances are often energetic and sometimes eccentric. He has deep respect for African culture and this takes centre stage in all his music and performances.He was also involved in the performance and composition of music that featured on the short film Inja, which was nominated for an Academy Award or Oscar in 2003. He performs with his group called Moses Ojah band.