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Fri 21 Sep 2012, 7:30pm–9:00pm

Where: Brew Moon, 150 Ashworths Rd, Amberley, Hurunui

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Children: $0.00
  • Adults: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Tamara Smith

Prepare to be transported! Mundi’s music, while utterly original, is a synthesis of many global colours and influences. It takes the listener on a musical journey, traversing landscapes rich with texture and surprise; allowing them to experience through their own imagination other vignettes of the world. Led by flautist and composer Tamara Smith, Mundi features an exciting array of instruments including flute, sax, banjo, marimba, voice, bass and world percussion. This original world band is not to be missed!

Mundi has taken part in two national tours this year, performing in a wide range of festivals including Prana New Year Festival in the Coromandel and The Festival of Lights in New Plymouth. With Arts on Tour they travelled from as far south as Stewart Island to as far North as the Hokianga Harbour, visiting a wide variety of towns in between. A well-travelled bunch, they have covered almost every continent on the globe between them, taking the pulse and flavour of some very exotic regions. Mundi has toured and performed widely including in Sri Lanka, where they recorded part of their debut album in collaboration with traditional Sri Lankan artists and had a TV special devoted to them. They are currently celebrating the release of their second album “In the Blink of an Eye” under the label Monkey records.

Their music is often heard on National Radio, has been featured on the Air New Zealand play list and on Australia’s ABC network as well as being showcased on Concert FM’s hour long show “Global Sounds”, featured as Kiwi FM’s “Indie album of the week” and represented New Zealand music on Hakol Zorem - a world music radio station in Israel.