Ravish Momon (Solo) | Hibachi Sequence
Ravish Momin | Hibachi Sequence | May 24 $10
Black Iris is incredibly excited to present Ravish Momin performing solo percussion and electronics on his post Moog Fest tour. Ravish Momin is a versatile percussionist/composer/electronic musician/educator currently residing in New York City. He has received prestigious performance grants from Meet The Composer, The Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, US Artists International and Arts International. His unique ‘world-percussion’ approach has led him to also work as a sideman with a diverse range of musicians. Most notably, he has recently performed with pop-star Shakira on nationally televised appearances in the US on "The View" (ABC), "Rockefeller Tree Lighting" (NBC) and the "Rachael Ray Show" (ABC), and also recorded with her for iHeart Radio and Yahoo Music.
He is also the leader of the acclaimed world/Jazz ensemble Tarana. They have performed at major festivals and venues across the world; amongst their highlights, they have performed at The New Music and Sound Summit (Austin, TX 2016), Festival Alfonsino (Monterrey, MX 2016), Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage (DC, 2016), Rough Trade/New York (Brooklyn, NY, 2015), Columbia University's Live from Lerner (New York, 2014), The Mexico City Sound Encounter (Mexico, 2013), Kaunas Jazz Festival (Lithuania, 2012), The San Servolo Jazz Festival (Italy, 2010), The Calgary Jazz Festival (Canada, 2009), Jazz Lent (Maribor, Slovenia, 2009), Cultural Festival Zacatecas (Mexico 2009), Jazz Ao Centro Festival (Coimbra, Portugal, 2008), The Yardbird Suite Jazz Club (Edmonton, Canada, 2007), Detroit Institute of Art (US, 2006), Mediawave Festival (Hungary, 2006), the Jazzin’ Tondela (Portugal, 2005), the Smithsonian Institution’s Freer Gallery (Washington, DC, 2005), the New Music Circle (St. Louis, MO, 2005), 9th Annual Asian American Jazz Festival (Chicago, IL, 2004) and the Taipei Arts Festival (Taiwan, 2004.) They have also toured widely in the UK, Europe and China. In New York City, they've performed at Columbia University, the Rubin Museum of Asian Art, Knitting Factory, The Stone, and various music venues across Brooklyn and Manhattan, They have also been featured in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Chicago Reader, TimeOUT Magazines (London, Lisbon, HongKong and Chicago), ‘Village Voice’ (New York), Redstar Magazine (China) and various other domestic and international publications.