Söndörgö: Lost Music of the Balkans – Hungary, Serbia and Croatia

Thursday, Sept 25th

7:00 pm

Fast, furious, and virtuosic, Söndörgö is one of the most exciting bands in Europe today. Unlike traditional violin-led Hungarian bands, Söndörgö’s (pronounced shunderger) tamburitza music features the signature stringed tambura, a mandolin-like instrument. With delicate beauty and sizzling power, the band combines respect for tradition with a desire to innovate….

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Boban Markovich

Balkan Gypsy Brass Legends: Boban i Marko Markovic Orkestar

Sunday, Oct. 5th

7:30 pm

Regarded around the world as one of the best Balkan brass bands on the planet, twelve –member Boban i Marko Markovic Orkestar is the quintessential Serbian Gypsy brass band moving between Turkish Gypsy rhythms and ballistic Balkan and funk grooves –all solidly based in the old traditions of the Roma….

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Songs of Love and Faith: Southern Africa’s Malawi Mouse Boys

Tuesday, Oct 7th

7:00 pm

In one of the world’s poorest nations, the self-taught Malawi Mouse Boys have defied adversity by making gospel-like music together since they were children. They craft songs of faith and love combining uplifting harmonies with rhythmic playing on four-string guitars, built from scrap metal, and on makeshift tin-can drums. Discovered…

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