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The symposium will take place Sunday, February 4th, from am - pm at the Bukharian Jewish Community Center, 106-16 70th Avenue, Forest Hills (free admission). Sunday, February 4th: Twenty years ago, Alicia Svigals released her groundbreaking album Fidl, the first contemporary recording of the deep and ecstatic klezmer fiddle music which had been beloved across Jewish Eastern Europe for hundreds of years.
The concert will take place Monday, February 5th, pm at the Center for Jewish History's Leo and Julia Forchheimer Auditorium, 15 W 16th St, Manhattan. Join Svigals as she follows up Fidl with Beregovski Suite: a project with Grammy-nominated jazz pianist Uli Geissendoerfer.
Shashmaqam is the classical music of Central Asia which developed in the courts of the Emirs of Bukharan Empire for hundreds of years.
For centuries prior to Rajabiy's work, the Shashmaqam corpus had existed only in the memories and oral tradition of musicians.
Grand Prospect Hall, 263 Prospect Avenue, between 5th and 6th Avenues in Brooklyn.
And hailing from the most diverse locale on the planet, Queens-based Grupo Rebolu gets the crowd dancing to the Afro-Colombian beat.Hear the music and dance traditions from Sri Lanka, Puerto Rico, Pakistan, Colombia, Turkey and Eastern Europe, all born, bred and celebrated in our fair city of New York, New York: From Manhattan and the Bronx comes second-generation Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba collective Redobles de Cultura.From the Indian Ocean to Staten Island, the Sri Lankan Dance Academy of New York brings the amazing artistry and fanciful costumes of their homeland to the stage.Produced in partnership with CTMD's Central Asian Community Cultural Initiative. The holiday benefit concert features performances by students and teachers performing the regional dances and music of Peru.All donations support the continued programming at PPA. (pm)Colorful clothing, exuberant song, vibrant dancing, and the exciting rhythms of djembe and doundoun drums will sweep the audience into a powerful experience of West African village life, with dancing, a call-and-response, drum solos, and a finale with audience participation.
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