Brass Menazeri in Concert: Listen and Dance Under the Stars
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The last date listed for Balkan Romani Night: Brass Menazeri in Concert was Saturday July 23, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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An interesting play of traditional music from brass instruments.
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Brass Manazeri is a great band that puts on a great show. I can never hear them too much.
The discovery of the evening was the Osher Marin JCC ... a fantastic venue for live shows. Plenty of space to spread out, dance, play, or read a book at...continued
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Middle Eastern dinners from Mojay’s Cafe will be available for purchase at the site.
This Bay Area Balkan Rom (“Gypsy”) style powerhouse brass band cascades through the music of the Serbian, Macedonian, Greek & even Rajasthani Roma traditions, radiating wild improvisations, soulful vocals & hot rhythms. The energy is infectious- toes tap, bodies slam, sweat flies as vital energy radiates from the dance floor. Brass Menazeri is a shining example of traditional Balkan repertoire combined with new sensibilities, innovative arrangements & original compositions at hands & lips of American devotees. Come dance on a wooden dance floor under the stars!
Schedule of Events:
6:00pm Gates open for Sponsors, Underwriters & Special Guests
6:15pm Doors open & dinners available for purchase
6:40pm Pre-concert dance class begins
7:00pm Concert begins
10:00pm Concert concludes
About the Ticket Supplier: Osher Marin JCC
The JCC’s performing arts are anchored by its renowned CenterStage events, a stunning annual lineup of world-class musicians, actors, humorists, writers and more. Presented in the intimate Hoytt Theater and outdoors under summer skies on Swig Field, performances run the gamut from classical and world music to cabaret, solo theater to author conversations.