Joyful music to get you moving!

Joyful dance music in genres ranging from Latin to Gypsy, Disco to Techno, Funk to House with a bit of Jazz and Swing thrown in… This 5 piece gets your boody movin’! 

Marimbas are happy and warm sounding instruments and the driving, upbeat rhythms cannot help but get your feet moving. This original, high energy, joyful music will make you dance and smile for hours! 

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First set of Nizami’s Premiere on 30 August, to see more videos please go to our Youtube channel (link above)


Nizami plays original music and due to their love of all things dance, they mix up the genres to include Latin, Gypsy, House, Techno, Disco, Funk, Swing, African, Trance and more.

Our 3 marimba players Nikki Berry, Zaia Kendall and Michelle Dorendahl played together in Kkarimba, a community marimba band led by Linsey Pollak and later by Zaia. Zaia also played in marimba dance band Jambezi and has been the percussion leader of the Woodford Festival orchestra since 2014, featuring the marimba in the opening and closing ceremonies of the festival. Nizami’s music is primarily written by Zaia, with some pieces by Linsey Pollak also included. Bass player Gary Ward is an accomplished and established musician on the Sunshine Coast, playing with bands such as Dave Flower Band and other local artists, and teaching music at local schools. Duncan MacQueen is a life long drummer whose musical career began in Melbourne’s jazz and rock scene continued in Asia, London and eventually took him to the United States. He performed extensively in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Austin before relocating to the Sunshine Coast.

To contact us for more information or to book, please email us at nizami@permeco.org or fill out the form below:

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