at Bankstown Sports Club
Sunday, 19 March 2017 from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM + Add to calendar19/03/2017 16:3019/03/2017 20:30Australia/SydneyMehfil-e-QawwaliMehfil-e-Qawwali Sunday, 19 March 2017 from 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Robina Yasmin 0468 409 786 firstname.lastname@example.org Address Bankstown Sports Club 8 Greenfield Parade Bankstown Bankstown 2200 Australia Guest Arrival 4:30pm. Qawwali starts at 5pm in the Theatre and first part concludes at 7pm for dinner. Last part will commence at 7:30pm. There is plenty of undercover parking available at the club. No need to validate the parking ticket. Entry via Mona Street or Greenfield Pde. Alternativley Bankstown Train Station and bus terminal is a two minute walk from Bankstown Sports Club. Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/48679/mehfileqawwali.aspxBankstown Sports Club
8 Greenfield Parade
Bankstown Bankstown 2200
1 Senior (over 65)
Group of 10
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South Asian Muslim Association of Australia Inc. (SAMAA)
On popular demand presents
The renowned Tahir Faridi Qawwal
Of the World renowed group The Fanna-Fi-Allah
They will perform the famous Qawaalis of past few decades
to entertain the South Asian Community
with the unique experience rarely seen in Australia
Programme: Guest Arrival 4:30pm. Qawwali starts at 5pm in the Theatre and first half concludes at 7pm. The next half will commence at 7:30pm and conclude around 9pm.
The Fanna-Fi-Allah group has become a leading representation of Sufi Qawwali music in many Western countries. With their rich rhythmic grooves, soaring vocal melodies and the bright intensity of their live performances, Fanna-Fi-Allah urges us to lift our hearts in exaltation and devotion to the Divine. Fanna-Fi-Allah embodies an authentic continuation of the ancient tradition of Sufi music. Tahir Faridi and other Key members of the group have spent over 20 years in Pakistan and India. Tahir has enthralled audiences in the USA, Pakistan, Europe, Indonesia, India, Egypt, Australia, and others, with his dynamic skill, and passionate musical precision. With ten albums already published, he has now given us an even greater glimpse into this Sufi world of Pakistan with the production of the new documentary:Music of the Mystics.
SAMAA, established in 2007, aims to provide benevolent services to the Muslim elderly of South Asian origin, negotiate their placement for the provision of adequate care with existing aged care providers and build its own aged care facilities in long term. Full details can be found at www.samaa.org.au.