Adam Maalouf and Future Tribe

Adam Maalouf and Future Tribe

Adam Maalouf's music is found where the modern meets the ancient. Where the pantam(handpan) meets ancient or traditional styles of music from around the globe. Pan-tam is the name of the "flying saucer" instrument invented in year 2000, and the word stems from the combination of the steel pan from Trinidad, and the ghatam (clay pot drum) from South India. Adam's musical style is channeled through genre-bending compositions for solo and ensembles incorporating musicians from around the globe. As a dedicated music student, Adam traveled through Europe, India and the Middle East to study under renowned percussion masters and holds a BA in percussion performance from the Eastman School of Music as well as an MBA in music business from Berklee School of Music. As a teacher, Adam regularly hosts workshops and retreats on the east coast. The aim of his work is to bringing cultures together through musical performances and education.

A New York City based composer and performer, Adam has shared his music in venues across the world including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, MoMa, St. Basil's Cathedral, Tanglewood, Wolf Trap, The BANFF Center and Austin City Limits. As a collaborator, Adam has performed with ensembles such as The Brooklyn Raga Massive, Pink Martini, Ensemble Signal, The Atlanta Symphony, The National Arabic Orchestra, The Asheville Percussion All-Stars and The Gil Evan's Centennial Project, and with artists such as Steve Reich, Eugene Frisen, Kygo, Drukmo Gyal Dakini, Lizz Wright, Jamey Haddad, Farah Siraj, Morley and many others. Adam performs regularly as a solo artist and with his world music project "Future Tribe".



GA Seated || Please note, there is a two drink minimum in the room.

Advance tickets are available online until 5:30PM, day of show. Any remaining tickets can be purchased at the door at showtime. 

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