Beats Without Borders 2 Year Anniversary

Beats Without Borders 2 Year Anniversary

Tarun Nayar is doing some very cool intercultural events
around Vancouver.  He's keeping his ears about town – I bumped
into him last week at the
Alliance Francaise de Vancouver sponsored Pandit Vithal Rao and his
student Kiran Ahluwalia.

Beats Without Borders is now a “happening” group with violinist Kytami, dj's, bhangra dancers + musical guests.

Here's Tarun's message:

Hi all,

There's some great stuff happening over the next few days. See you on the dance floor!


Beats Without Borders 2 Year Anniversary

Thursday Nov 23, doors 9pm
The Red Room (398 Richards)
10$ @ the door

the BWB crew in celebrating 2 years of global fusion madness! With
guest DJ and producer Jacob Cino, electric violinist Kytami, local
hip-hop/bhangra crew BPM, the United Bhangra dance crew, and BWB
resident DJs. Another rocking party at the Red Room :o)

Tarun & Ivan Tucakov

Friday  Nov 24, 7pm
Radha Yoga (730 Main Street)
By Donation

be joining my longtime music partner, gypsy guitarist Ivan Tucakov, for
an evening of Indian. flamenco, and middle-eastern sounds at one of the
most beautiful spaces in town. Come by, eat some great food and relax!


Friday Nov. 24, 8:30pm
The Anza Club (8th & Ontario)

fun-raiser to bring awareness about the scary throughway project
planned for the Commercial Drive area. Tons of good stuff happening,
including lots of live music, vegetarian goodies, and Tspoon the masala
mixa, BPM and the sugar dhollies doing their respective things. Miss
Bliss rounds out the night with global soundz…

Eastern Music Nights at Chai Restaurant

3243 West Broadway (above East is East)

Wed: fundraisers for the Afghan Children of War foundation, red hot nights with many acts from all over the city.
Thurs: fiery flamenco nights, with some of the best Flamenco musicians and dancers in the citySun:
Sufi and Indian classical nights with James Hamilton (sitar) Majid
Qayam (rabab) and some fine Persian and Indian percussionists.

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