Al-Andalus to perform concert reflecting the Jewish, Christian, Muslim cultures of Medieval Spain
Published: March 25, 2013 11:10AM
Updated: March 25, 2013 11:12AM

The University of Utah's Tanner Humanities Center and College of Fine Arts will present a free concert by visiting musical ensemble Al-Andalus.

The concert will be on Thursday, April 18 at noon at Libby Gardner Hall (1375 E. Presidents Circle on the Utes' campus).

As part of the Tanner Center’s 2013 Artists in Residence program, Al-Andalus will perform, according to the center, "an exotic blend of dance, vocals, and instrumentals reflecting the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim cultures of Medieval Spain and North Africa."

This event is co-sponsored by Nadeya Al-Jabri and the University of Utah’s Middle East Center and MUSE Project.

The Al-Andalus Ensemble features musicians Tarik Banzi, Julia Banzi, and Razgui Boujemaa, vocalist Emily Miles, and dancer Cristiana Chacon.

For more information, visit www.thc.utah.edu