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Howl! arts collective presents an evening of intimate performances at

Bistro Araucaria
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
doors @ 20h30, $4
5607 Avenue du Parc
Montreal, Quebec

Sam Shalabi (oud) / Stefan Christoff (piano) in duet
Brahja Waldman (sax) / Adam Kinner (sax) in duet

Join us for an evening (facebook event) of intimate musical performances at Bistro Araucaria, featuring a duet performance by Sam Shalabi on oud and Stefan Christoff on piano, and a acoustic saxophone performance by Brahja Waldman who will be joined by Adam Kinner also on sax.

Sam Shalabi is a celebrated musician and composer, formerly from Montreal and currently based in Cairo, Egypt. Shalabi was one of Montreal’s most unique and prolific artists over the past decade, exploring genres ranging from classical Egyptian music to free-form psych-rock. His latest project is Land Of Kush on Constellation Records.

Stefan Christoff is a Montreal-based musician, writer and community activist who recently released ‘Duets for Abdelrazik’ at the Suoni per il Popolo festival, info / listen at

Brahja Waldman is a jazz inspired saxophonist, drummer and composer who plays in various Montreal projects, e.g. Brahja Waldman’s Quartet, You Yourself & i. On July 3rd he’ll be opening for his good friends, Stefan Christoff and Sam Shalabi, with a short set of solo saxophone and bells. The simple goal of the set being to prove the accessibility of soul.

Adam Kinner is a musician and performer in Montreal. He plays solo saxophone concerts, plays with a number of Montreal bands, and collaborates with dance. He has performed throughout the U.S, Canada, and Europe with jazz, rock and contemporary music groups. In addition to appearing on more than twenty recordings, he’s a regular fixture on the music scenes in Montreal and New York.

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École de la Montagne Rouge

Howl! arts collective

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