[dropcap style=”font-size:100px; color:#992211;”]I[/dropcap]t’s that time of year again and we’re looking at a WOMAD 2013 line-up of old favourites and new discoveries.
Watch out for:
Toots and the Maytals, Spoek Mathambo, Fimber Bravo, , Seun Kuti and Fela’s Egypt 80, Mathambo, Syd Arthur.
But no less appealing this WOMAD 2013 are:
Barrule, Capercaillie, Dawanggang, Desmali & D’Ambo de la Costa, DJ Tudo e Sua Gente de Todo Lugar, Dogan Mehmet and the Boombox Karavan, Family Atlantica, Guy Schalom & The Baladi Blues Ensemble, KonKoma, La Pegatina, Mavrika, Nefes with Fidan Hajiyeva, Roopa Panesar, The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Zykopops, unknown stage, Alice Russell, Rokia Traore, The Heavy, Adjagas, Amesmalua, Arrested Development, Asif Ali Khan, Babylon Circus, Bwani Junction, Canzoniere Grencanico Salentino, Carminho, Christine Salem, Craig Charles, David Rodigan, David Wax Museum, Debapriya and Samanwaya, Dizu Plaatjies and Ibuyambo Ensemble, Dub Inc., Ed Harcourt, Emel Mathlouthi, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Flavia Coelho, Fredy Massamba, Gilberto Gil, Gocoo, Hidden Orchestra, Huun Huur Tu, Iadoni, Imperial Tiger Orchestra, Jagwa Music, Jesca Hoop, Joseph Arthur, Katy Carr, Kissmet, La Chiva Gantiva, Le Vent du Nord, Levon Minassian, Mala In Cuba, Malawi Mouse Boys, Malouma, Mohammad Reza Mortazavi, Mokoomba, Nano Stern, Nynke, Ondatropica, Osibisa, Parov Stelar, Riot Jazz, Sam Lee, SchlachthofbronxSteve Riley and The Mamou Playboys, Tamikrest, The Aviators, The Bombay Royale, The Bookshop Band, Urna & Kroke, Yes King, (TBC) ElectroBlues,
2008 – https://www.trebuchet-magazine.com/world-music-further-review-womad-2008/
2010 – https://www.trebuchet-magazine.com/womad-2010/
2012 – https://www.trebuchet-magazine.com/30-shades-of-womad/
“WOMAD – World of Music, Arts and Dance the internationally established Festival, which brings together artists from all over the globe. The central aim of the WOMAD festival is to celebrate the world’s many forms of music, arts and dance.
As an organisation, WOMAD now works in many different ways, but our aims are always the same – at festivals, performance events, through recorded releases and through educational projects, we aim to excite, to inform, and to create awareness of the worth and potential of a multicultural society.” – Womad 2013
The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle