* CKUT radio: Cultural Crossroads I
CKUT radio's 'world skip the beat' presents a special program
featuring interviews with Lhasa de Sela and Lubo Alexandrov
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21st 12h00 - 14h00
live broadcast on CKUT Radio, 90.3fm
tune-in globally via live stream at www.ckut.ca
Tune-in to CKUT radio for 'world skip the beat', a special edition Cultural
Crossroads I, hosted by journalist Stefan Christoff, featuring interviews with
leading global music artists from Montreal.
CKUTs radio's weekly global music program, 'world skip the beat', airs each
Monday featuring musical sounds from around the world. A special edition,
Cultural Crossroads I, will highlight unique music while featuring interviews
with celebrated singer Lhasa de Sela and Balkan musician Lubo Alexandrov.
* Lhasa de Sela is an international celebrated singer from Montreal. Lhasa's
first release, the dignified La Llorona, introduced to the world to Lhasa as a
Spanish singer with strong bonds to Mexico. Lhasa's next album, Living Road -
written from Marseille in southern France, just before her return to Montreal -
incorporated both English and French. Recently Lhasa de Sela launched her third
studio album, a self-titled, distinctive release that continues to cultivate
her desire for independence and the sublime.
* Lubo Alexandrov is a Bulgarian-born and Montreal-based guitarist, composer
and singer, who mixes Bulgarian, Turkish and Roma musical traditions into a
contemporary Balkan sound. Alexandrov is a Montreal face to the growing
international Balkan music movement, playing music intertwined within a musical
movement that has grown in popularity since the 1990s. Alexandrov brings this
global Balkan sound to a musical city that is celebrated around the world for
innovation. In 2007 Alexandrov was awarded a Juno award for his first
self-titled album and has recently released Contrabanda, a second studio album
recorded between Montreal and the Balkans to wide critical acclaim.
* CKUT radio
* Lhasa de Sela
* Lubo Alexandrov
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