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That really convinced me to move to California.” Discussing his favorite musicians, Elias said his musical taste and influences are wide-ranging.“As far as Ethiopian musicians are concerned I like Mulatu Astatke for being the father of Ethio Jazz,” he said.Tadias Magazine By Tadias Staff December 17th, 2017 New York (TADIAS) — This month the second Addis Video Art Festival takes place at various locations in Ethiopia’s fast-changing capital exploring the notion of “love triangle” and featuring works by a diverse group of international artists interpreting unique personal vantage points formed as a result of constant mobility, forced or otherwise.The festival, which will be held from December 24th, 2017 to January 03, 2018 “presents works that translate new positions that are created from the experience of moving or changing between place, time and or identity,” the press release states, adding that love triangle “implies a connection and ties between three entities; the subject and two objects.“Ethio-smooth is included along with R&B, Reggae and Salsa.” He added: ” In so doing, the music has been refreshed and jazzed up.On this CD I am using musicians that are very good friends of mine.The five-piece group have played varying styles of music in the past, but currently we are focusing on a fusion of Jazz, Ethio- Jazz, Rhythm & Blues and other world music.
He was one of the pioneering figures in the Reggae and African music scenes in Northern California during the 1970s.
Elias Negash, second from left, is the leader of Retroz Band - a jazz ensemble based in the Bay Area. (Courtesy photo) Tadias Magazine Art Talk | By Tadias Staff Updated: Thursday, February 16, 2012 New York (TADIAS) – The latest CD by California-based musician Elias Negash, whose songwriting combines Ethiopian music with international influences, is entitled .
Members of the group, left to right, are: Anthony Lincoln, Lead vocals & Tenor Sax, Elias Negash, Piano, Keyboards & Vocals, Louie Moon Robinson, L & R. “It is a reflection of the various dynamic genres incorporated into the music,” Elias said in a recent interview with Tadias Magazine.
will open at the American University Museum in Washington, D. on January 27th, 2018 featuring the artist’s multidisciplinary interest in sculptural installation, video art, drawing, and painting.
The event’s press release notes “intellectually fresh and moving, Abel’s work represents an unwavering voice of his generation.” Abel, who currently divides his time between his Addis Ababa studio and Washington D.
“At the heart of [Abel's] work are traces of both the cutting edge and the long arc of history.