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Berber New Year

BRETT CAMPBELL
6 pm., Saturday January 11 | Free.
The Old Church
1422 SW 11th Ave.
 
[NORTH AFRICAN CELEBRATION] The Berber people, who range across North Africa (mostly Algeria and Morocco), have created some of the world’s most electrifying music, whether Tuareg, Kabyle or lesser-known strains. Portland now boasts a contingent of Berber musicians, and some of them—Moh Alileche, Cherif and David, Lamiae Naki—are teaming up with other local world music masters Nat Hulskamp and Hurqalya, dancer Danielle Elizabeth and guest speakers for this celebration of the new year. That’s 2964, of course. The Berbers got a head start. 

Where: The Old Church
Phone: 222-2031
Address: 1422 SW 11th Ave.

 
 

The Old Church

1422 SW 11th Ave.
Portland, OR
 
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