quinta-feira, 7 de julho de 2011

Muita música neste final!

The Rebbe's Orkestra
Thursday July 7 / 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Live and Local at the Kimo! is the series, new this summer, that offers local musicians an opportunity to perform in this iconic Albuquerque landmark with some the most current audio technology available.  The Rebbe's Orkestra plays Klezmer, Sephardic, and Middle Eastern music with Beth Cohen on violin, mandolin, banjo, and vocals, Barbara Friedman on bass and vocals, Randy Edmunds on guitar and vocals and Debo on accordion and vocals.  Zoltan Orkestar opens the show at 8:00 pm.  Call for Information: (505) 768-3544. http://www.cabq.gov/kimo/

Friday July 8 / 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Viva a Bossa Nova!  with Debo and Sabino - DeBoSa - at Annapurna World Vegetarian Cafe.  The second Friday of each month finds your favorite Bossa Nova duo at Annapurna, 2201 Silver Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM.  Come enjoy delicious and healthful Ayurvedic cuisine and the sweet bossa sound.  All ages welcome; no cover charge.  Call 505 262-2424 for more info. www.chaishoppe.com
Saturday July 9 / 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Saudade loves playing al fresco on the lovely patio of St. Clair Winery & Bistro located at 901 Rio Grande NW, Albuquerque, NM.  Saudade brings its spicy mix of bossa nova, samba,  choro, sambareggae, and more to complement St. Clair's food and spirits which can't be beat!  Saudade features Tony Cesarano on guitar, Bob Gusch on woodwinds, Debo on vocals, Michael Grimes on bass, and Jefferson Voorhees on drums.  At St. Clair, there is no cover charge and all ages are welcome. Call for Information: 505 243-9916. www.stclairvineyards.com
and Saudade again!
Sunday July 10 / 10:30 AM to 11:15 AM
Saudade is proud to perform at the 8th annual Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, now the largest international folk art market in the world.  Its success led to Santa Fe's designation as a UNESCO City of Folk Art, the firs U.S. city names to UNESCO's prestigious Creative Cities Network.  By providing opportunities for folk artists to succeed in the global marketplace, the Market creates economic empowerment and improves the quality of life in communities where folk artists live.    Call for information: 505-476-1197 or 505-476-1189. http://www.folkartmarket.org

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