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Montreal: “ÉCLATS NOCTURNES” | Shuni Tsou in studio with Homerun

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“ÉCLATS NOCTURNES” A multi-disciplinary performance

Thursday, May 1 to Saturday, May 3 | 8 p.m.
MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels)
3680, rue Jeanne Mance
Tickets: regular price $20,
reduced $18, student $15

Featuring Khosro Berahmandi - Paintings, Shahin Parhami - Video projections, Shuni Tsou - Chinese bamboo flute,
Nicolas Caloia - Bass, Ziya Tabassian - Percussion, Geneviève La - Dance.

Did you know that Montreal has the longest running Asian arts festival in Canada? It's called Festival Accès Asie and it runs May 1 to 24.

Flautist Shuni Tsou joined CBC Radio One's Homerun in studio to discuss her music and the festival. She also improvises on a traditional Taiwanese folk song. Watch audio (runs 7:06)

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