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Joseph and James Tawadros

Joseph and James TawadrosFrom Australia

"Joseph Tawadros is one of the most impressive musicians to emerge in Australia in the past few years." The Weekend Australian

Young Egyptian-Australian virtuoso Joseph Tawadros is an acknowledged master of the oud (Arabic lute), while brother James has made his name as a renowned percussionist using traditional Egyptian instruments. The prodigiously talented Tawadros brothers team up to showcase the mesmerising qualities of their respective traditional instruments.

Date: 22 & 23 March
Time: 9:15pm
Location: Alexandra Gardens, Palm Stage

Date: 24 March
Time: 3:00pm
Location: Alexandra Gardens, Garden Stage

Image: Photo by Stephen Godbee
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