Tina Malia Returns to Ashland April 30th

Singer, songwriter Tina Malia performs in concert with cellist/multi-instrumentalist Hans Christian at The Havurah in Ashland on April 30th.  Local tickets at Spirit of Shakti, 4th & A St or for credit card orders go to: www.TinaMalia.com.

Malia's music weaves flavors of dream pop, world and electronic together with lush storytelling to open eyes, stir souls and remind us that the power to change the world lies within us.

Hans Christian is a classically trained cellist who is also skilled with several exotic stringed instruments, such as mohan veena, the Swedish nyckelharpa and the sarangi.  A live concert with Christian promises a deep listening experience, with virtuosic playing and heartfelt sharing.

The complemantary nature of their music lends itself perfectly to an inspired and unique musical evening.  Their last appearance together in Ashland was in 2010.  The concert drew over 300 fans and was standing room only.

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