Folk & World


Bedouine brings her mesmerising voice and magical SoCal canyon folk sound to Southbank Centre.

Bedouine, taken from the word Bedouin, is the name Azniv Korkejian chose to encompass her nomadic experiences. Born in Aleppo, Syria, to Armenian parents, she spent her childhood in Saudi Arabia before moving to America with her family, where she has lived ever since. Her eponymous debut album was released last year.

Bedouine’s music is influenced by the political landscape, mixing 1960s folk and 1970s country-funk with a glimmer of bossa-nova cool. Lose yourself in her sensitive lyricism and lithe guitar picking as she takes you on a sonic journey.

There is no support act for this show.

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Purcell Room


Booking fee: £3.00 (Members £0.00)


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Missed out on tickets? Following her sell-out Purcell Room gig, Bedouine returns to Southbank Centre this September for a performance at Queen Elizabeth Hall.

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