Marcos Andreu is considered one of the main didgeridoo musicians in Europe. Based in Berlin, he developed an informative and educational career on the Aboriginal Australian instrument and culture, teaching and lecturing. In preparation to release the new album, do not miss this premiere on the FATT stage.
Michiel Teijgeler is didgeplayer for more than 25 years, has become one of the references at European level for his passion and dedication to the Australian Aboriginal culture and especially the Yidaki. With regular trips to Arnhem Land in order to acquire original musical instruments, contributing to the development of the local community. His music translates into a mix between the traditional and the contemporary beats.
With extraordinary, fascinating and exotic sounds, the Sedaa (voice in Persian) bring the melodies of the Mongolian steppes allied to the traditional music of the East. Mongolian musician and singer Nasaa and Naraa join Dulcimer and Omid to raise the music of these two distinct worlds. An unprecedented sound surprise for the first time on the FATT stage.
The "OTD" returns to the FATT with a new cast of musicians. Renato Oliveira (didgeridoo), Pedro Leal (drums) and Hugo Otto (percussion and vocals), will present their new single "part of the solution". Spreading roots in Portugal and the world since 2005, the band celebrates 14 years of existence.
Chus, Tomás and Adrián met in Santiago de Compostela (Spain), united and attracted by the music decided to form the Djang Dharma. The project focuses on mixing Indian sitar, didgeridoo and hand pan. Not to miss this great trip, passing through Australia to India.
Trio composed by Hernan, Alejandro and Kiko, come from Palma de Mallorca. They bring to FATT dance rhythms of jazz and funk where they introduce the musicality of ancestral instruments. The didgeridoo is the key to this trio. For the first time in Portugal, the Goodoo come to show work over these 15 years of music.
Their concerts result in a meeting between music and meditation. They aim to achieve a more delicate form of music, where the public can experience more or less intense levels through the power of sound and sound travel. Ivan Cristiano (percussionist), Bruno Teixeira (multi-instrumentalist), and Sunil Praryar (flutist) combine in a unique sound journey, where dance and meditation go hand in hand with exotic instruments.
Colas is a solo performer from France, who spent many years travelling and busking while fine tuning his unique didgeridoo style, always looking for the right balance between the soothing and relaxing vibration of the instrument and the raw energy that naturally comes out of it. His new solo set blends powerful didgeridoo with RAV Vast drum. For the first time in FATT, Colas represent the new didgeplayers generation.