Tommee brings Indonesian spirit

PRESENTED by NORPA and the Northern Rivers Conservatorium of Music, World Stages is a one-day festival celebrating cultural diversity through food and music at Lismore City Hall on Saturday, October 6, from 1-10pm.

There are seven musical acts performing on the day. One of those is Tommee.

Tommee Balukea was born in Indonesia. His music captures the Indonesian spirit of his heritage. Add to that spirit touches of reaggae, roots, Latin and Afro and you have Tommee's distinctive musical style - which has delighted audiences around the world.

With Rory Brown on the double bass and Walter Piccolruaz on the pandeiro, Tommee will transport the World Stages audience to his magic Indo world with songs of tradition and freedom.

Tickets are $47/40/20 from www.norpa.org.au or phone 1300 066 772.


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