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SALFORD WORLD JAM
 

Star date: 13th June 2010 

THE WORLD COMES TO CHAPEL STREET
Chapel Street World Jam Band
Tues 15th June 6pm-10pm Free
St Philip's Church

Singers, musicians and cooks from around the world – all with a Salford connection – will be converging on St Philip's Church on Tuesday night, slapping some global glue on the city with acts ranging from Ordsall Samba to the Northern Belly Company…with food to match.

Full line up here…


A wild array of international acts sees samba, folk, calypso, flamenco, jazz, Irish, Arabic and Celtic music mix and match at Salford's St Philip's Church, off Chapel Street near The Angel Centre this Tuesday night.

The Chapel Street World Jam, produced by Ordsall Community Arts to celebrate Refugee Week, also includes samples of global recipes served up by the Multi Cultural Munch Cooks.

The full line up is…

Ordsall Samba Band
St Wilfreds Irish Musicians

The Ordsocs (crazy Ordsall's folk scene)
Albert Thompson (Salford singer songwriter)
Daldinis (Salford acoustic rock)
Ordsall Acapella Singers (30 strong choir)
Northern Belly Company
Rubaiyat
(Salford based celtic arabic fusion)
Kavenayan (Salford based Jewish musicians playing Flamenco guitar)
Calypso duo (George and Bob)
Djembe and Dhol duo (Ian Mellor and Siddiki)
Kokoriko (African Jazz)
Behar (Bosnian folk)
Chapel Street World Jam Band led by Serge Tebu

The Chapel Street World Jam starts at 6pm, with a food interval at 7:30pm, and finishes at 10pm. Entrance is free (but a donation to the Church would be welcome for the food)

St Philip With St Stephen C Of E Church, ‎Encombe Place, Salford, M3 6FJ
Further details: Gail Skelly at Ordsall Community Arts 848 8779
gail@ocarts.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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