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Sounds of Globalism-North America

by UNC Global (2009)

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The Sounds of Globalism six-day music festival took place at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill April 13-18, 2009 and featured folk and contemporary music from various regions around the world. The performances and discussions of the festival examined how traditional music plays a role in the cultural identities of these regions. Enjoy headline artists, including Naji Hilal, Pura Fe, Selkie Celtic Band, Mamadou Diabate, Sajaso, and Triangle Taiko along with student performances by the Arab Student Organization Dabkah Dance Team, Brevard’s The Mason Jar Drinkers, Andrew Magill and Erika Littman, Zankiliwa, Que Rico, Salsa Sentido and Jorge Izquierdo and Dina Castro. Discussions were led by Ahmed Fadaam, Glenn Henson, Ioana Sherman, Bouna Ndiaye, Dina Castro, and Aya Hayashi.