Aga Khan Master Musicians, Royal Albert Hall, London, review: A dazzling celebration of music from Islamic countries | The Independent

Excerpt: As front-runners among classical musicians in the search for new ways of incorporating old musics from all round the world, the Kronos Quartet have long collaborated with the Aga Khan Music Initiative, so it was fitting that they should dominate the first half of this concert. The Malian trio who dominated the second half – the ngoni-player Bassekou Kouyate with his wife Amy Sacko and daughter Oumou Kouyate – reflected the AKMI’s activities in Africa.

More at the source: The Independent / Michael Church / June 6, 2018

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