Grammy-Award Winning Panamanian pianist-composer Danilo Pérez and his trio, featuring John Patitucci on bass and Adam Cruz on drums, will be performing a blend of Panamanian roots, Latin American folk music, West African rhythms, and European impressionism. Don't miss this borderless and multidimensional jazz experience.
Experience the soulful essence of folk, traditional, and vernacular music with four esteemed artists from Jalopy Records label: Jerron Paxton, Nora Brown, Jackson Lynch, and Ukrainian Village Voices.
The young classically trained South African cellist and vocalist Abel Selaocoe joins us with the daring UK-based contemporary string quartet Manchester Collective, bringing their acclaimed collaboration 'Sirocco' to our stage. Celebrating the warmth and diversity of folk music traditions around the world, their program is an exuberant blend of African music, folk-inflected music by Haydn and Stravinsky, Danish folk songs, and more, expanding notions of what classical music can be. Manchester Collective's mission is to 'create intimate and intense human experiences built around live music.' This is one of them – a joyful and immersive one-of-a-kind event. Online streaming also available for 72 hours following the performance.
Hailing from South Korea, Coreyah is a mesmerizing psychedelic Korean folk music group. With six talented members, they skillfully blend Korean traditional instruments, captivating vocals, guitar, and percussion to create their unique sound. Since their debut in 2010, Coreyah has been at the forefront of a musical revolution, fusing contemporary ethnic and popular sounds while preserving the essence of traditional Korean instruments. Their innovative approach knows no bounds, drawing inspiration from diverse genres like Anglo-American rock, Balkan gypsy, and captivating rhythms from South America and Africa.