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Duvel, an expert at playing Indian music himself, kicks the day off with a 45-minute solo performance on a surbahar, a sort of bass-sitar, one of the first Indian instruments the shop ever acquired. Eight other acts will perform throughout the day, including a djembe performance by Kim DeVore accompanied by a dancer, a 45-minute complete gong meditation lead by Mark Placzkowski, and psychedelic folk-rock band Hall Moon. This massive lineup is a great example of how much Duvel and his friends and associates love and respect music and instruments from all over the world. The show is free and all-ages. The entire schedule of performers is listed below.
Noon: Alexander Duvel on surbahar
1 PM: Jia Senghe on shakuhachi (Japanese Zen flute)
2 PM: Mark Placzkowski's gong meditation
3 PM: Kim DeVore on djembe
4 PM: Quentin Shaw and Doug Abram improvising on doumbek and saxophone
5 PM: Alexander Duvel improvises on sitar.
6 PM: Secrets of the Beehive
7 PM: Windstruck, an ambient didjeridoo group
8 PM: Krissy Ravenwest
9 PM: Halo Moon