Resound Handpan House

An International collective of HANDPAN artists comes together in a one-of-a-kind musical collaboration

Saturday, Mar. 9, 2024

Doors: 6:00pm - Start: 7:00pm

AyurPrana Listening Room

312 Haywood Rd

Asheville, NC 28806

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Resound Handpan House invites you to feel a vibration beyond borders as an international collective of handpan artists comes together in a one-of-a-kind musical collaboration. As the evening unfolds, the group will perform pieces high-lighting both their own unique style and the collaborative magic that happens when artists create together. The handpan is a hybrid percussion instrument that combines both aspects from the steel pan from Trinidad, as well as the clay drum named "Ghatam" from South India.

This Resound concert presentation features North American and Internationally recognized handpan artists. This concert is part of a weekend-long handpan retreat in Black Mountain, NC. To learn more about joining and learning from these masterful artists, please visit:

Featured Performers:

Adam Maalouf: The creator behind Resound, Maalouf is inspired by uncovering new possibilities in the world of singing steel. Composing with handpan, world percussion, cello and a variety of other instruments, Maalouf forms an East-West blend bridging his Lebanese-American heritage with his training in classical music, jazz and world music.

Dan Mulqueen - Dan's playing style is both beautifully melodic and intensely percussive. While keeping the handpan as the centerpiece of his compositions, his stylistic approach invites the listener to experience elements of multiple genres of music.

Sofia Dias: Miami-based Brazilian percussionist and handpan player Sofia Dias has a captivating groove that’s going to get you moving. Her strong Brazilian influences are felt in the way she approaches the handpan and hand percussion.

Michael Akortia: From a French-Ghanaian family of musicians, this certified jam hunter has been drumming since the age of 6. Through years of practice and music study, Michael has cultivated a unique style that has earned him the nickname “groove master” in Japan.

Tickets are $35 Advance Online. $40 Day of Show • All Ages Welcome


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