21:00 12 June 2014

Nathan Conroy's Chindia in the Streets

Chatham Counterguard (outside My Wines) - 2100 hours

Nathan Conroy will propose an original creation on the 12th of June for the Gibraltar World Music Festival: Chindia in the Street

As part of the Gibraltar World Music Festival, Nathan Conroy will be showcasing an array of performances to celebrate CHINDIA, cultures of China and India, in conjunction with Gibraltar Productions. 

On the 12th of June outside My Wines Gibraltar (Chatham Counterguard), the whole area will be transformed into a performance area showcasing a Street Parade with live music, dance, balance acts, circus acts, fire-eaters including international artists.

Nathan Conroy will also be exposing his latest Contemporary works together with the launch of his new art film Gibraltar Chindia.

All the population in Gibraltar is invited for a free show and will enjoy good wine, food and an unforgettable performance.

Parade and performances will begin as from 9pm.

On the 19th of June, at the St. Michael’s Cave, three concerts will be proposed with the famous composer and producer Nitin Sawhney as the main artist of this year’s GWMF. Before his concert, the audience will have the opportunity of have a taste of oriental ancient music with the performance of Guo Gan and Mieko Miyazaki. And between them, the Israeli percussionist Itamar Doari will make a bridge linking both styles of music.  

Gibraltar World Music Festival is a space of fusion, ethnics and traditional themes that proposes the best artists of the genre and masters of ancient instruments and in its third edition will come to you with China and India.

The Gibraltar World Music Festival started its first edition with the Sephardic Divas in 2012, the biggest Sephardic event ever produced in the world. The second edition in 2013 was focused on Minor Asia and called Passage to Asia with 70 artists involved from Israel, Iran, Greece, and Turkey.

Festival's program of World Music, Art and Culture will be shared with the population under the patronage of the Chief Minister and the support of the Government of Gibraltar, The Bonita Trust, SG Hambros, Hyperion Group of Companies, Margaux Philanthropy, BIH, Hassans, Deloitte, Matanel, Famous for Media and Instituto Cervantes in Gibraltar.

For further information, please contact or call 0035060028899