Peru sings in Bangalow

Peru Frances is a singer, chantress, and world musician, who has been passionately singing her way around the world for 10 years. She has just returned from festivals in Europe and is currently touring in Australia and New Zealand.

Peru doesnt sing to entertain, but to connect people to their love within, to nourish and awaken themselves through her singing. Wow. But I assume it is entertaining, right?

Her earthy chants and sacred songs are woven with Middle Eastern melodies.

Joining her for this show will be Avishai Barnatan of the Israeli world music group Sheva, who will be playing the Ney, Zurna and Celtic flutes and Rodney Clark on tablas. Peru herself plays native American flutes and percussion.

Belly dancers highlight the sensuality of this style of music so this performance will feature the dancer Sienna Moon who will join the group to perform the temple dance.

Peru will perform at the Bangalow Catholic Hall on Friday, March 30.

The love starts at 8pm. Tickets are $18/16 at the door.

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