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Moh Alileche 

When: Sat., Sept. 9, 9 p.m.-12 a.m. 2017
Price: $15 Day of Show / $12 Advance / $12 Students / $10 Seniors
Moh Alileche’s music celebrates the culture he was born into – the Amazigh (pronounced AM-uh-zeer) people, also known colloquially as Berber – who were North Africa’s indigenous inhabitants for thousands of years before Islam and Arab conquest and who still make up one-third of Algeria’s population. Alileche grew up in the mountainous Kabylia region of northeast Algeria and began playing music as a child with a single-stringed instrument made from an aluminum can. Now he plays the mondol, a ten-string mandolin-like instrument, and sings.
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