Mon 17 Dec
1630m - You don't have to be into Karaoke to have fun on this staple night out...
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Hosted by onomatopoeia the music hub this Monday
On April 25th, NATULA is coming to Beirut as part of her Golden 30 Tour around the world. In celebration of her golden 30th year, between Oct 30th 2015 and Oct 30th 2016 NATULA will be playing 30 house concerts in 30 different cities around the globe raising $30,000 for the Syrian Refugee Crisis. 100% off all funds raised online or in person will be donated to the International Rescue Committee to support their work in Lebanon providing relief and support to Syrian refugee families in need.
In collaboration with beirut jam sessions in Terrace Area
► natasha kozaily /vocals /keys /synth
// ABOUT THE GOLDEN 30 TOUR
The Golden 30 Tour is the brainchild of Natasha Kozaily of NATULA, a third culture kid from the Cayman Islands, with Lebanese roots, now residing in San Diego, California.
A nomad and creative tour de force, Natasha embraces the arts in all its forms. Lover of the stage and theater, she honed her craft at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City where she graduated in 2007. She studied classical piano since the age of seven and graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Cardiff University in Wales specializing in Ethnomusicology. Her undergraduate ethnomusicology thesis entitled “An Island’s Story: Told through the music of Julia Hydes” is celebrated and treasured as the first and only in depth writing on Caymanian folk music and drummer, Miss Julia Hydes. In 2014, Natasha was honored in celebration of Cayman’s National Heroes Day with The Emerging Pioneer Award for her significant contribution to the culture and heritage of the Cayman Islands.
After graduating, Natasha moved to San Diego, California where she now writes, records and performs music under the moniker NATULA. She calls her music “third-culture pop” as a nod to her third culture identity crisis which leads her to explore elements of traditional folk music in a pop context. Her debut single “South” has been praised by music blogs like Indie Shuffle as an “experimental folk-pop tune that hits all the right notes”, and Pigeons and Planes as a “wild new-age pop gem”
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