March 21 , 8 p.m.Canceled
The Montreal International Jazz Festival has taken note of the Quebec government’s decision to cancel all gatherings of 250 people for the next 30 days, we must sadly confirm that due to COVID-19 concerns, Tamino March 3rd 2020 at Gesù will be cancelled. While this decision comes at a time of universal uncertainty, we take the safety and health of our guests, staff and community very seriously. We urge everyone to follow the guidelines and protocols put forth by public health officials.
Refunds will be processed in the following manner:
- Clients that purchased online or by phone will automatically receive a refund on the credit card used to make the purchase.
Please note that refunds can take up to ten (10) business days depending on the financial institution.
- Customers that purchased their tickets in person must return to the point of purchase to obtain their refund.
Of Belgian, Egyptian and Lebanese heritage the 21-year-old musician has written and shaped an album of startling, visceral, sit-up-and-listen power. “Amir” features a handful of tracks from his debut EP, “Habibi” including Indigo Night which features Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood on bass guitar. Although the majority of the playing heard on “Amir” is Tamino himself, he is joined by a collective of Arabic musicians based in Brussels called “Nagham Zikrayat”. The Firka (orchestra) is predominantly made up of professional musicians from the Middle East, most of which have refugee status having predominantly fled from Iraq and Syria.
Over the course of “Amir”, Tamino captures a range of emotions from romance to desolation, and almost everything in between. It’s mood music, painted in a number of different shades.