Date: Thursday 9th May 2019
Neenboo – Cosmic World Music
Thanks to its heteroclite aspect, Neenboo knew very early on they were going to create a musical world of their own, playing with ephemeral, oriental sounds, backed by dynamic funk and afro rhythms, pushing the extent of electronic amplitude, and inviting the public to take part in an auditory, spatial and timeless journey within the universe of Neenboo.
The 7 musicians of the Neenboo ship make up what they call Cosmic World Music.
Carried by Arab-Andalusian sounds, the crew oscillates between influences of Africa and Latin America, to form a cosmic groove.
Each concert is a journey where the public is invited by the costumed characters of the ship Neenboo to become a member of the crew.
Galactic visual ambience, projections, mapping and light diffraction, the concerts in the company of the Neenboo crew are as much a sensory experience as an augmented musical show.
Tickets are non-refundable.
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