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Afra Al Darmaki

Guest Experience Manager, Al Ain Zoo in Al Ain

Music of Aphra

PRESENTED ON MAY 10, 2014
IN SHARJAH @ VOL 5

Afra Al Darmaki likes to refer to herself as an explorer rather than a musician, because her passion for singing and song writing has taken her on a journal of exploration- of the self and of the world. Afra reminds us that muisc can offer a person many things, whether it be a method of expression or of escape. 

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Music Moves Me

BY BREANNE TEPLER
@ VOL 1 ON MAR 04, 2014

Breanne Tepler shares her passion for making music that she found during a distressing state. Her story is one where she overcomes tragedy twice and music has been the one consistency. She challenges the listener to find their passion because within a passion is the power to heal. 

"Presentation of the Day" on October 11, 2014.

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Why Should You Revolve Music Around Your Life?

BY ANJAN RAJA
@ VOL 3 ON JUN 03, 2014

Stevenson University student, Anjan Raja, shares with us his passion for music and why it is important to involve music into our daily lives. Music could have some unexpected benefits in your life!

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Moondog, 20th century blind viking composer

BY AMAURY CORNUT
@ VOL 8 ON JUL 04, 2014

Since 2009 Amaury Cornut works about the life and music of Louis T. Hardin aka Moondog, a singular and unrecognized 'classical' composer. He was a blind beggars, dressed like a viking, who also has conducted the prestigious New York Philharmonic Orchestra and influenced Philip Glass and Steve Reich in the same time he was jamming with Charlie 'Bird' Parker and Mingus and was a heroes for Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin or Elvis Costello. Amaury who just published few month ago the french biography and run the strings ensemble 'Minisym' which play Moondog's rare music, open with this PechaKucha a small door to discover Moondog's universe... {in French}

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Music // Cultural Provocateur

BY INTAN ANGGITA
@ VOL 19 ON SEP 23, 2014

Intan tells her story as she pursued her passion in music through various medium and journey. From a simple chat exchanging music knowledge #bincangminggu via Twitter, built awareness on music history & preservation through #sahabatlokananta movement, opened music/art store 'Substore', and embracing the cultural sense of music from the eastern part of Indonesia with menujutimur.com

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Music makes the world go round

BY INGERLISE STØRKSEN
@ VOL 2 ON FEB 20, 2015

A journalist and former artist Ingerlise takes us through her story of leaving journalism to return to her passion: music.

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To Hastings And Beyond: Confessions of a Balearic Assassin of Love 

BY ADE PEACHMENT
IN BEXHILL-ON-SEA

Art educator, music journalist and wax hound Ade Peachment waxes lyrical about his passion for pop, Acid House, the Ibiza party scene and more.

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Music festival survival and The Bavard Bar

BY TIM CROOK
IN BEXHILL-ON-SEA

Tim Crook gives essential tips on how to survive the mayhem, mud and other inconveniences of music festivals. A funny talk allowing the audience to understand how best to tackle a festival. 

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Music Loves Me & You

BY PIETER ANROPUTRA
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 28, 2017

Playing a guitar since elementary school, Pieter Anroputra found his passion on music. Take his study in Institute Kesenian Jakarta, then lately as a vocalist for EDEN Band. He share his experiences from festival to recording artist and never stop to keep making music that not only for him but for people.

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IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild

BY HUNTER NOACK
@ VOL 26 ON JUN 18, 2018

IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild is an outdoor concert series in stunning landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. Hunter Noack brings a 9-foot Steinway grand piano to the middle of forests, fields, calderas and historical sites for classical music concerts. To meet the acoustical challenges of performing in the wild, music is transmitted to the concert-goers via wireless headphones. No longer confined to seats, they can explore the landscape, wander through secret glens, lie in sunny meadows, and roam old growth forests.