Schmetterlinge im Winter? Blue Butterfly!

«Asita Hamidi’s Bazaar» verzaubern seit mehr als zehn Jahren mit ihrer unvergleichlichen Klangästhetik zwischen Nordlicht und Morgenland – der «Bazaarmusic». Eine einzigartige und mitreissende Form von Weltmusik, die das Publikum auf eine Reise durch Zeit und Raum einlädt. Inspiriert von skandinavischen und orientalischen Wurzeln.

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Mit «S.W.E.N. Blue Butterfly’s Journey» – einer Hommage an die vier Himmelsrichtungen – feiern «Asita Hamidi’s Bazaar» eine Dekade der Gemeinsamkeiten und Gegensätze, des Exotischen und des Wohlvertrauten. Nach zahlreichen Tourneen und CD-Produktionen mit dem Künstlerkollektiv «Bazaarpool» ist die Band nun wieder in ihrer Urformation auf den internationalen Konzertbühnen zu hören.
Die vier Ausnahmemusiker Asita Hamidi (elektronische Harfe, Vocal), Björn Meyer (Bass, Vocal), Bruno Amstad (Vocal, Human Soundeffects) und Kaspar Rast (Drums, Perkussion) schaffen mit S.W.E.N. ein unvergessliches Hörerlebnis, beflügelt von beeindruckender Intensität und Dynamik.
«Asita Hamidi’s Bazaar» begeht seit vielen Jahren die musikalischen Wege zwischen der schwedischen Küste und dem Kaspischen Meer und lässt auch mit S.W.E.N. aufhorchen. Und mit blauen Schmetterlingsflügeln die Seele streicheln.

Line-up:

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asita hamidi | el.harp, vocal
björn meyer | ac. & upright bass, vocal
bruno amstad | vocal, human soundeffects
kaspar rast | drums, perc.



    KONZERT DATEN IN DER SCHWEIZ


    They also have a pool! a bazaarpool!

    A musical tent for many hearts and one soul

    Those who look at the world see mere distances. Those who stand on it can merely guess that distant lands exist beyond the horizon. Only those who walk on it experience the fascinating interplay between near and far, between meeting and parting, between similarities and differences.

    The Iranian harpist Asita Hamidi and the Swedish bassist Björn Meyer have been travelling with music in their hearts for many years; alone at first but, since an almost fateful meeting in 1996, together as well. On trips and tours the two world musicians have often met artists with whom they shared not only musical ideas but also artistic philosophies and visions. With bazaarpool, Asita Hamidi and Björn Meyer have given this bubbling potential a forum and have brought artists from all over the world together. Since the start in 2003 it has become a musical home for long-term cooperation between musicians from Switzerland, Sweden, India, Iran and Egypt.

    By the way there is also a movie called the blue butterfly:

    And now?

    Of course you want to watch

    the movie about the blue butterfly!

    Dont you?

    Well,

    Watch it right here!

    Watch it right now!

    Watch it on http://www.MyTree.TV

    Blue butterfly movie (1h37min)

    This is a spiritual movie!

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    What do you think

    about the band and the movie?

    Please write a comment.

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