“OSTARA” is an accordion, a harp, rhythm, singing.
A musical journey.
A music that draws its influences from world music, be it Balkan, Scandinavian, South American, Oriental or even medieval. It takes you to many countries such as Sweden, Serbia, Argentina, Brazil, Afghanistan, Greece and many others. An opportunity to discover new cultures.
Erasing borders with a musical journey through the different lands of this world.
One World, Many Cultures … (Putumayo)
In February 2017, at a concert in Wavre, they formed a duo in a fortnight!
The two accomplices regularly perform in private shows and events and integrate the Institut Royal Supérieur de Musique et de Pedagogie de Namur (IMEP) where they study their respective instruments.
In 2018, David Tabury, a student at the IMEP in the percussion class, joined the group to form the OSTARA Trio.
From then on, the trio played a series of concerts, private parties and cabarets in Brussels, Liège, Namur, Dinant, Courtrai, Knokke, Ottignies, Louvain-la-Neuve, Court-St-Etienne, etc. They were also invited to headline the Accordé’Opale festival in Berck-sur-mer (France).
In 2021, Ostara perfects his repertoire, joins the chamber music class of the Imep and participates in the “classical generation” competition organised by the Walloon festivals.
May 2022, Ostara was making part of the the live concert/recording for the RTBF programme “le monde est un village” presented by Didier Melon.
A beautiful story to follow …