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Their concerts are full of humour, talent, light Zen moments and intense darkness. Performing favourites from their albums, On the Edge and Hold On, they will also be performing new numbers to a very special audience at Brighton Dome to keep everyone on their toes, in celebration of their fifth birthday!

'Mojca's ability to create different textures of sound with her playing is in itself a masterpiece. Her talent shines through with every note as she brings to life the stories in the music that captures your heart. She penned On the Edge, a bittersweet conversation about life and death with a GP, while her song Gypsy Woman is dedicated with a wink in her eye To All The Women In My Life. Her piano playing is flawless, powerful and makes a strong impression. She is a virtuoso in her own right.

Jana Cadez Amali's love for the flute simply dances from her fingers and breath as she elicits the most enticing sounds from it. She also plays the Indian flute, the bansuri, in the band's much loved performance of Tera Chera. When the band play this song, the auditorium stops breathing, afraid to miss even a second of the moment they are in. She bends the notes bringing fully to life the Indian instrument. Her original songs are compelling and deep. The rhythms and melodies in You, Hold On and Tango Crush carry the lyrics like a bird on a flight with every ounce of its heart.

Aneesa Chaudhry is a vocalist and audacious performer of a rare quality that is worth coming to listen to. She brushes off her ability to swoop from the ethereal heights to the low timbre of a depth that few women can reach. Her original songs, It's Alright, Guappa Chica and Sappho's Bossom, are fun yet clever and full of vocal improvisation and vocal percussion. Chaudhry is a force of nature and a force to be reckoned with. Her voice is extraordinary in so many senses, range, tone, and style, proving that this is not simply a voice of fashion, but a real voice full of real musical talent and skill - weapon quality!
BLISS ART's Eastern flavours include both the Asian element and the Eastern European element, gypsy sounds and songs with a 'melos' that devise the heartbeat of their music. They perform songs in Slovenian, Croatian, Urdu, English and a dash of Spanish which Chaudhry loves trying to get her tongue around. She is always ready for a proper vocal workout to get her lips and tongue moving around the vowel-less words!

Aneesa Chaudhry (vocals)
Mojca Monte (piano)
Jana Cadez Amali (flute)

For more information, please contact Ms Mojca Monte (


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