Sulh Ensemble: Art and Folk Music of the World

Join Sulh for the opening concert of their 2018-2019 Season with an evening of classic music from around the world. Tunes by composers from China, Egypt, Indonesia, Spain, Azerbaijan, India, Turkey, Greece, and other countries will be featured.

IU Southeast Ogle Center
Stiefler Recital Hall
7:00 Free and All-Ages

About Sulh

“Sharing the World Through Music”

Sulh is an ensemble that plays music from the Mediterranean, Silk Road, and several regions around the world as well as new works for ethnic ensembles. Based in the New Albany, Indiana and Greater Louisville, Kentucky region many of the musicians of Sulh are active as teachers, producers, advocates, and practitioners of the arts of music and dance traditions from around the world. Through concerts, collaborations, and outreach with dancers, composers, and musicians the group is constantly exploring global music genres to build bridges between different cultures.

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Sulh is:
Zoe Blackwell – flute, accordion, tenor sax
Megan McIntosh – oud, saz, guitar, percussion
Chelsea Getty – cello, percussion
Helen Holifield – percussion, vocals
Markos Miller – percussion
Roxell Karr – keyboards, percussion
Jon Silpayamanant – artistic director, cello, world strings, percussion

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.